Texas signed a whopping 14 offensive and defensive linemen in the 2022 class. Included in that number were four great edge rushers, which puts into perspective how overemphasized edge losses have been for this cycle.
Elsewhere in that line haul, Texas won seven recruits on the offensive side of the trenches.
Offensive line coach Kyle Flood will look to showcase this collection of freight trains in the offense this year.
Among them, Texas brought in arguably the nation’s top guard and tackle, depending on the recruiting publication. Devon Campbell and Kelvin Banks should be able to make an immediate impact in the run game.
Cameron Williams and Cole Hutson have impressed this offseason and others could also compete for playing time.
Here’s a glimpse at what opposing edge rushers have to look forward to when forced to defend the run.
— WeAreBigGuys (@WeAreBigGuys) August 26, 2021
KELVIN MF BANKS pic.twitter.com/OY0LM6xX0N
— Texas Platinum (@TexPlatinum) January 12, 2022
— Sam Spiegelman (@samspiegs) May 31, 2020
On300 Texas OT signee Cameron Williams (RT) was impressive in the first half of the 6A-D1 state title game. Heavy-handed, physical and reactive quickness. Frequently putting North Shore players on the turf https://t.co/Wrlonv64cQ pic.twitter.com/vvcu54dWdC
— Charles Power (@CharlesPower) December 18, 2021
Just give the ball to the 6’6, 330-pound lineman!
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— MaxPreps (@MaxPreps) October 29, 2021
— Darius Terrell (@CoachDT_TFB) March 14, 2021
— CJ Vogel (@CJVogel_TFB) December 4, 2021