Predicting how the Texas offense will look in 2022 after NSD1

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The early signing period gave Texas fans a reason to be excited again after a 5-7 campaign.

Texas currently has the No. 5 class in the country with multiple highly sought-after prospects signed. Steve Sarkisian and his staff got high school athletes to see the vision of what they could build at Texas and sold them on becoming the change.

In particular, the class Texas signed on offense should bring many early contributors.

Five-star quarterback Quinn Ewers made national headlines after he announced his transfer from Ohio State. Ewers flirted with a couple of other in-state programs before deciding to sign with Texas.

Kyle Flood gave the offensive line a major shot in the arm signing a six-man class with plenty of size and experience. Flipping five-star tackle Kelvin Banks opened the floodgates for others to join him on the offensive line.

A wide receiver who will likely see the field early is four-star Brenen Thompson. The track star is a perfect fit for Sarkisian’s offense at a position Texas has very little depth at.

Here is an early prediction at the Texas starting offense:

Editor’s note: This list will not contain any unsigned players or transfers

QB: Quinn Ewers, Rs-Fr

Quinn Ewers
Quinn Ewers

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RB: Bijan Robinson, Jr

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WR: Xavier Worthy, So

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WR: Jordan Whittington, Rs-Jr

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WR: Brenen Thompson, Fr

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TE: Jared Wiley, Sr

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LT: Kelvin Banks, Fr

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LG: Junior Angilau, Sr

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C: Jake Majors, Rs-So

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RG: Hayden Conner, So

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Hayden Connor Texas Longhorns

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RT: Christian Jones, Rs-Sr

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