Texas offensive line coach Kyle Flood landed the top offensive line haul in program history last cycle.
The Longhorns are hoping to keep that momentum rolling in 2023 to address the weakest unit on the roster. There are currently five commits in Texas’ 2023 class, and the two offensive players are a running back and wide receiver.
Texas is hoping to add an offensive lineman to the class in the near future, and they’re in great standing with four-star offensive tackle Isaiah Robinson. The Arlington native announced the top 12 schools left in his recruitment on Monday.
The Longhorns made the cut alongside TCU, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Texas A&M, California, Georgia, Auburn, Tennessee, LSU, USC and Prairie View A&M.
#AGTG My top 12‼️@BUFootball @TexasFootball@AggieFootball @TCUFootball @CalFootball @GSUFootball01 @AuburnFootball @PVAMUFootball @Vol_Football @CowboyFB @LSUfootball @USC_FB
Thank you to all the schools who have put their trust in me. I will be focusing on these schools. pic.twitter.com/7qKHoHcks9
— Isaiah 'Zay' Robinson (@ZRobinson15) May 24, 2022
Here’s what 247Sports national recruiting expert Chris Singletary had to say about the Lamar High School product.
Robinson immediately looks the part when you see him. At 6-foot-8, 288-pounds with a 84-inch wingspan and a 10-inch hand. With these verified measurements he has the prototype look of an NFL tackle. For a player his size he is an above average athlete. Still developing with his athleticism as well as with his body where he will add bulk and strength as he works in the weight room.