With two QBs, a bunch of offensive lineman, a handful of skill position players, and some pass rushers, there is definitely a decent variety of Texas A&M players currently in the NFL. It is a nice batch of players, and now that they are in the SEC, the Aggies will probably get more and more high level recruits that should have a shot at breaking into the league after passing through school. Of the Aggies who have reached the next level, there are not quite as many great ones as there are guys who are struggling to hang on to jobs or break into the starting lineup somewhere. Good and bad though, the Aggies in the NFL have multiple playoff and Pro-Bowl appearances, a handful have played in Super Bowls, and there have been a number of first round picks from the school. Read on to see who of these former stars are among the best and worst players from Texas A&M currently in the NFL.
Best: Cedric Ogbuehi
As a four year starter at Texas A&M, Cedric Ogbuehi played both guard and tackle and was named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-American team as a senior in addition to being named to the All-SEC team. Despite having knee problems, he was selected in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the 21st overall pick by the Cincinnati Bengals. Ogbuehi’s ACL injury that he had suffered at the end of his time at Texas A&M kept him out for more than half of his rookie season. He made it back in time to play in the last five games of the regular season however, as well as in the playoffs. In his second season Ogbuehi won a starting job and started 12 out of the 14 games he played in before suffering a shoulder injury near the end of the year.