Texas A&M Football Player No. 3: DL DeMarvin Leal
I spoke earlier about physical mismatches but failed to mention the largest one that we’ll see in this game. That mismatch will come between Texas A&M football defensive lineman DeMarvin Leal and anybody who tries to block him.
Heck, SEC offensive lines can’t stay in front of Leal for more than a second.
Texas A&M ranks 8th in 247Sports’ Talent Composite, which takes the recruiting rankings of past commitments and averages them out with all active classes. The Aggies are among the best in the entire nation.
PVAMU, on the other hand, ranks 166th in the country. If you’re a college football fan, you know that there are only 130 NCAA FBS teams, making the Aggies’ talent advantage over the Panthers indescribably large.
I don’t see how any of Prairie View’s offensive lineman can even form the illusion that they’re stopping DeMarvin Leal (6’4″, 290 pounds) — I think the surefire first-round pick will have a field day on Saturday.
This same logic could also apply to a handful of other talented Aggie defensive linemen like Micheal Clemons, McKinnley Jackson, and Tyree Johnson.