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Texas A&M Post Spring Depth Chart: Who Replaces Kenyon Green on the Interior?

The interior of the Aggies offensive line will see a big shake up next fall

If the Texas A&M Aggies had one area that needed improvement after 2021, the offensive line would be a major contender for that project, and for good reason. 

Despite a top-tier NFL talent in Kenyon Green on the interior, the rest of the Aggie line struggled with consistency throughout the year, more so due to injuries, rather than a lack of talent.

Green is now gone, however, taking his talents to the NFL draft, where he will have every opportunity to be highly selected as a Day 1 pick this spring. 

As a result, the Aggies will be forced to reshuffle the interior of the line a bit, bringing depth concerns to the forefront of the conversation heading into 2022.

So who will start for the Aggies on the interior in spring football camp?

Stick with as we break down the Aggies spring football depth chart outlook.


LG1 Aki Ogunbiyi OR Jordan Spasojevic-Moko

With Kenyon Green now gone, Aki Ogynbiyi will likely get the first crack at taking over for the future NFL talent. Ogunbiyi ended the season as Green's primary backup and performed well when given the chance to get on the field.

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It will be a tall task to replace Green, but Ogunbiyi is talented enough to forge his own legacy. Agunbiyi was on the left side last year but could flip to the right in the fall. Either way, he should get an opportunity to cement the job.

Spasojevic-Moko could figure in at tackle, but there also an opportunity for him to move inside at guard and challenge for a starting spot.

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Smart Chubizo

LG2 Smart Chibuzo

Top Aggie freshman offensive line recruit Kam Dewberry could factor into the backup guard spot on the right side as well this fall, but for now, that job belongs to Smart Chibuzo. 

Chibuzo, who served as the primary backup at the position last season, will also be challenged by income freshman Mark Nabou, who provides the same type of physical play and high motor as Layden Robinson.

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