Class of 2023: Top 10 OL Prospects in Texas

Trevor Goosby (Photo: Guy Frazier)

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The Headliner

Harris Sewell (6'4, 290) - Odessa Permian: Sewell is a PUNISHING blocker who will be a four-year varsity starter. He is rated as the No. 12 prospect in the DCTF Hot 100 and is the highest-rated in-state OC since Jack Anderson (No. 9, 2017). Considering offers from schools like Alabama, Clemson and Texas A&M. He is fresh off of a visit to Clemson and has a visit to TAMU this weekend. 

The Steal

Trevor Goosby (6'6, 280) - Melissa: The TCU commit is the No. 3 OT in the state, checking in as the No. 98 prospect in the DCTF Hot 100. In a lean year for true OT talent, Goosby possesses the length, mobility, and strength to be a formidable force in the Big 12. TCU was able to forge an early relationship and it paid dividends. 

The Sleeper

Colton Thomasson (6'7, 320) - Smithson Valley: This massive offensive line prospect has been on the radar since his freshman season and he made an early verbal pledge to play at Texas A&M. The No. 78 prospect in the DCTF Hot 100 packs a powerful punch and he finishes blocks with authority.

The Top 10


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