Texas A&M football: 5 Aggies poised for breakout seasons in 2020

ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 23: Jalen Wydermyer #85 of the Texas A&M and the Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo by Steve Limentani/ISI Photos/Getty Images)
ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 23: Jalen Wydermyer #85 of the Texas A&M and the Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo by Steve Limentani/ISI Photos/Getty Images) /
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Jimbo Fisher of the Texas A&M Aggies. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /

These Texas A&M football players are poised for breakout seasons.

The Jimbo Fisher era in College Station has not been the start Aggie fans wanted, but it is definitely the start that should have been expected. When a new head coach steps in it takes a few years for everything to start clicking. From a new offensive and defensive playbook to recruiting those players to fit that new scheme, turning around a football program can take some time.

But with that being said, Texas A&M is primed for a big season and could find themselves at the top of the SEC West by season’s end. But to make that jump and not have a misstep, the Aggies are going to need a few guys to step up and make an instant impact.

Whether it be an incoming freshman that are ready to trade the Friday night lights for SEC game days or second-string turned first string upperclassmen that are ready to make a name for themselves, the Aggies will need a few guys to earn their playing time and make a difference to push Texas A&M to the next level.

WR. player. 873. Pick Analysis. Demond Demas. 5. Scouting Report. Freshman

The first of those players is Demond Demas who is an incoming freshman out of Texas. Demas was ruled ineligible for his senior season in high school after his former school forgot to sign off on his transfer so he is ready to get back on the field and showcase his skills. In his junior year of high school, Demas brought in 50 catches for 1,574 yards and 23 touchdowns.

Standing at 6-foot-3, Demas has a big frame that is paired with athleticism that will cause trouble for opposing secondaries in not just the SEC, but the entire country. This athleticism was showcased at not just high-level camps but also in his sophomore year in high school when Demas won the Class 4A long jump state championship.

Now usually it is hard for Freshman to make an impact in their first season but with Kendrick Rogers and Quartney Davis departing for the NFL, Demas has an immediate chance to get involved in the Aggies offensive game plan. Demas will be able to use his height and 4.43 speed to open up the deep ball and big-play ability in the Texas A&M offense.

Demas will have to shake off some rust after sitting out a year but something tells me that he is hungry and ready to go out there and compete in the SEC and help the Aggies contend for a conference championship.