Texas A&M Football: Season Rewind – Analysis of Key Players in 2016

The regular season is over for the Texas A&M football team so we’re recapping the highlights from the year and looking at what next year holds for some key players.

We’ve addressed one player per day this month and we’ll keep it up each day. So far we have analysis up for the following nine players:

Offense

OT, Avery Gennesy

The senior left tackle will look to have his named called in the NFL draft after a successful career at “Offensive Line-U”.

RB, Trayveon Williams

Williams was Texas A&M’s first true freshman running back to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards. Not bad young man. He’ll look to build on that next year.

RB, Keith Ford

An transfer from Oklahoma, the junior running back was a key cog in the Aggie rushing attack in 2016.

WR, Ricky Seals-Jones

After a disappointing 2016 campaign, questions continue to circle as to whether or not Ricky Seals-Jones will return for his senior season.

Defense

CB, Deshawn Capers-Smith

Forced into action by injuries to the secondary, Capers-Smith gained valuable SEC experience in his sophomore season.

S, Justin Evans

One of the most passionate Aggie defenders and 12th man favorite, Evans will be making plays on Sunday’s next year.

DE, Daeshon Hall

A senior, “Dae Dae” complimented All-American Myles Garrett on a talent laden defensive line.

LB, Tyrel Dodson

Dodson played more than most other true freshman on the Texas A&M team, earning a shot at a starting role in 2017.

Special Teams

PK, Daniel LaCamera

He had his ups and downs, but LaCamera finished the season on a high note and will look to keep the kicking duties next year.

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