Here's a look at the 2017 offensive linemen with Longhorns offers

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Evaluation Little is an elite offensive tackle prospect who will have extensive high school starting experience once he reaches the Power Five conference level. Great size. Possesses height and length to add even more weight in college. Prototype offensive tackle build. Aggressive run-blocker who finishes his blocks. Plays through whistle. Impressive balance and foot quickness. Usually shows good knee-bend, but at times huge frame can compromise leverage/pad level. Must be ready to acclimate to a significant jump in competition going from private school football in Texas (a state ruled by public schools) to Power Five college level. Possesses very high ceiling as pass protector. Little is one of the nation's top offensive tackle prospects for the 2017 recruiting cycle. -Gabe Brooks *****

Evaluation Two way lineman who could play on either side of the ball in college. We like him as an offensive tackle because of his length, long arms and athleticism. He has an ideal tackle frame, shows the feet to kick out and take on speed rushers but the strength to handle bull rushers as well. He is a talented defensive lineman and can get a push off the edge and moves around the line to take advantage of mismatches- Biggins *****

Evaluation Will be in the argument at the end of the day to be one of the top rated players along the offensive line in the class. He has the necessary size and strength to truly dominate at the highest levels of competition in high school ball. He has really good feet that allows him to lock onto and stay with defensive linemen until the whistle blows, and we would define his ability to move in space as his biggest strength. He moves well enough to stick and play tackle, but would ake a tremendous guard prospect as well. - Greg Powers *****

Evaluation Ashley is an offensive tackle who can be that left tackle and protect a quarterback's blindside on the next level. Athletic with a great frame. Has good feet and keeps his feet moving well when driving guys off the ball. Has very good reach at tackle. Solid agility and mobility for a guy his size. Has shown the ability to run the speed rush guys out and stone the bigger ones. Can really improve his pad level and his leverage. Relies more on his big body right now, so needs to work on his sets and playing lower. He has real potential and he loves to finish his blocks. *****


Evaluation Robinson is a tough, physical offensive lineman who likely best fits a guard position at the next level. Primarily played right tackle as a sophomore and junior in high school. Tenacious run-game mauler who locks on and finishes blocks with vigor. Powerful prospect who thrives in run game, but also wins vast majority of matchups in pass pro. Can improve hand technique and footwork, but that's common for young prospects. High-major offensive lineman who could potentially be position-versatile at the next level. - Gabe Brooks *****

Evaluation A good nickname for Anderson would be Mr. Pancake. He seems to have a real knack for clearing out lanes and for that usually means a pancake block, and many of his highlight plays will show that. He moves really well and is able to get in position to have his way with defensive linemen. He plays tackle in high school, but will likely be a guard or center in college. His scheme is run based, but his pass protection is reliable when needed. - Greg Powers *****

Evaluation If you are looking for road grating offensive lineman who can just chew up everything that is put in front of him, then look no further as Austin Deculus is your guy. He is big and strong. He has the size you are looking for and can really move well carrying his weight. He has a strong lower body and finishes his blocks off. With his plus frame and overall athletic ability, He could play a few different spots up and down the offensive line. He could fit in with most styles of offenses. Definitely his biggest strength is his college readiness in the strength and size categories. He is reaady to go. - Greg Powers *****

Evaluation Ingram is a massive offensive guard prospect with college-ready size. Bull in the run game who consistently wins matchups at the point of attack, while also doing a good job of finding targets beyond the line of scrimmage. Dangerous drive-blocker when pulling and/or blocking to second level. Finishes blocks with tenacity. Still developing as pass-blocker, but length and size suggest high potential in that area. Can improve get-off, balance out of stance. Overall a high-major prospect with tools to thrive at P5 level. - Gabe Brooks


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