Another priority offensive lineman prospect added to attendance list for Texas-Kansas

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The guest list for the matchup against Kansas is growing larger by the second. Literally.

The Longhorns are expecting to host close to 10 elite prospects for their game against Kansas, and that number continues to rise after offensive lineman and current Oregon Commit Cameron Williams announced he will join the party.

Texas’ offensive line is one of the worst groups in the nation, and they are hoping to revamp it with some of the top offensive line talent that will be in attendance this weekend.

With Williams’ announcement, he joins five-stars Devon Campbell and Kelvin Banks, and four-star Kam Dewberry as the offensive line recruits that will be attending the Texas-Kansas game. It would be a miracle to land all four of these prospects, especially considering Banks is a current pledge to Oregon as well.

However, the Texas staff must be doing something right in getting them to visit, although getting the top talent to campus is only half the battle. Kyle Flood cannot have a Brockermeyer twins type of result where he strikes out on all of them.

The Longhorns very much need to end this pathetic losing streak, and Kansas is the best team to do that against. At the same time, the coaches also need to impress the recruits in attendance to bolster their 2022 class, which only holds two offensive lineman commits at the moment.