Judge me or not, I love to go to Ourlands.com and compare depth charts from schools to their recruits from the past few years. Usually, I will go back to the year a Senior would have committed. That way I can get a complete look at a roster. The most recent was Texas A&M. As we all know, Texas A&M has been dominant for the past few years. They even made a smooth transition from the BIG12 to SEC. Okay, so to my point. Their 2013 class has a pretty interesting story. I took a screen shot of the top of their class. As I was comparing, I started to see that most of their "TOP" recruits were nowhere on the depth chart. So, I went and googled each of their names. It was very interesting to see what happened. *Players remaining on roster in BOLD 1. Ricky Seals-Jones: Still with the team and considered a great NFL prospect. 2. Sebastian LaRue: Transfered to Washington State, and after never playing a down was dismissed from the team. 3. Justin Manning: Had to retire due to health issues. 4. Kohl Stewart: Drafted by the Twins and plays in the minor leagues. 5. LaQuvionte Gonzalez: Transfered to Kansas. 6. Jordan Mastrogiovanni: Quit the team after his Sophomore year to focus on school at Texas A&M. Returning this year as a walk-on. 7. Noel Ellis: Back-up Nickelback. 8. Joas Aguilar: Retired early due to back issues. 9. Isaiah Golden: 10 Years for armed robbery. 10. Kameron Miles: Dismissed from team, transferred to JUCO. 11. Ja'Quay Williams: Transfered to Louisville. In conclusion, here is a perfect outlier. It's crazy to see a Top-10 class turn out this way.