SEC football: Sky high potential in Aggie Land
Weigman came to College Station as a part of the Aggie’s No. 1 recruiting class in the 2022 cycle.
He was ranked as the 22nd-best player in the country and the third-best QB in his class. Conner showed off what he can do last season in limited action.
He appeared in five games, passing for 896 yards, and an impressive 8:0 TD-to-INT ratio. He also showed that he’s a capable runner at times, with his best game on the ground being a 66-yard game against UMASS.
Could Conner be higher on this list? Maybe. But given that he hasn’t had a full year at the helm yet, and Texas A&M is struggling to meet the expectations of their recruiting classes, it’s hard for me to say he’s one of the top producers in the SEC.
I could look like an idiot in a few months if the Aggies play better than I think they will. Weigman seems to have the tools needed to be a great QB, and on paper, there is plenty of talent around him.
But until we know more and see what he looks like as the main guy, he stays at 10.