Here’s one from Texas A&M if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.
Despite the complications caused by COVID-19 that plagued college football all season, two things were obvious if you watched the SEC’s brand. One, there was talent everywhere, and second, no pandemic was going to prevent the Texas A&M Aggies’ faithful from showing up at Kyle Field if there was a game to play.
Kellen Mond got a lot of attention in 2020, as he should have, but he also had some talented weapons to work with. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome Jhamon Ausbon to the conversation.
Here’s one of those big-bodied wide receivers that some of Philly’s fan base has been looking for ever since Alshon Jeffery’s body started to fail him and it became apparent that JJ Arcega-Whiteside was never going to be a younger and newer version of the former Super Bowl hero.
Ausbon stands at six-foot-two and tips the scales at 210 pounds. Some of you may have forgotten about him as he chose to sit the 2020 season out, but in 34 career games, he snagged 147 passes for 1,818 yards and found his way into the end zone eight times. It’s pretty hard to forget about that.