Focus on '14: Defensive ends 

October, 30, 2012
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GigEmNation is taking a weekly position-by-position look at the 2014 recruiting class as it relates to Texas A&M, whom the Aggies are targeting, as well as 2013 commits and who on the roster will graduate. Today, we look at the defensive end position.

2013 commits: Jay Arnold, Rockwall (Texas) Heath.

Myles Garrett
Max Olson/ESPN.comTexas A&M is targeting ESPN Watch List defensive end Myles Garrett.
Defensive ends who'll graduate: None. The senior defensive linemen are at defensive tackle (Spencer Nealy, Jonathan Mathis), though it will be worth watching whether junior defensive end Damontre Moore considers early entry into the NFL draft after the season.

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