2025 4-Star OT out of Mesquite (TX) is set to visit Texas A&M in June

This summer, Texas A&M head coach Mike Elko and his staff will be very busy preparing for the 2024 season while hosting an elite assemblage of 2025 prospects, including 4-star offensive tackle Lamont Rogers out of Mesquite, Texas.

In the new era of Aggie Football, new offensive line coach Adam Cushing has followed Elko from Duke, bringing in a wealth of knowledge and developmental-based success during his previous coaching stop at Northwestern.

Emphasizing consistency and mental toughness to develop every offensive lineman to reach the next level, Lamont Rogers fits that mold, possessing the size (6-6, 305 pounds), power, and technical tools to thrive in a balanced offense.

Already receiving nearly 40 offers, Rogers is set to enter his senior season at Horn HS, looking to improve his skills as a pass protector. According to 247Sports Composite, Lamont Rogers is currently positioned as the 47th-ranked prospect in the 2025 cycle, the 7th-ranked offensive tackle prospect, and the 11th-ranked prospect in Texas.

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