Texas A&M football: Grading the 2019 recruiting class signings

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Offensive Line

5-star offensive tackle Kenyon Green
3-star offensive tackle Blake Trainor

This group lost some depth when Adrian Medley de-committed and decided to stay close to home at Central Florida. However, it’s hard to put to much stock in that when Fisher landed Kenyon Green, top overall recruit in the state of Texas and a Top 15 player.

The Aggies only had one senior starter on the offensive line this season, but there is definitely room for improvement. They struggled against elite defensive lines Clemson, Alabama and Mississippi State. That’s not much of a criticism as those teams might have the three best defensive lines in the country, but the Aggies need to be better up front. Green might get a chance to start from day one.

3-star center Layden Robinson

Not much talent to speak of on the interior of the offensive line, but the Aggies should be good at this position for the next couple of years anyway. Robinson is a nice player and a good edition to the class.

The only thing that stops this group from being an A+ is lack of elite depth.

Position Grade: A-