Texas A&M Football: 5 elite prospects who could commit on signing day

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These two Texas A&M football offensive line prospects could give the Aggies well-needed fortification

While the offensive tackle spot may not seem like the sexiest position on the field, it’s arguably the most important in the game. So while I won’t have any jaw-dropping numbers to show you for either of these players, it’s important to note the impact of a strong offensive lineman.

As an example, look at Kenyon Green, who was recently honored as an All-American for the second straight season. On a bad offensive line, the Aggie tackle moved all over the place and keep Zach Calzada well-protected despite a banged-up unit.

OT Kelvin Banks: Kelvin Banks is an in-state offensive tackle prospect out of Humble, Texas. The five-star prospect is the second-highest-rated tackle in his class and has a 6’10” wingspan, which will bode well for SEC play.

At 6’5″ and 300 pounds, Banks could potentially fill into an offensive line that has struggled mightily with injuries over the past season. Like many other Aggie targets, Banks was an Under Armor All-American and will be choosing between A&M and UT (or TU).

OT Kam Dewberry: At 6-4 and 313 pounds, Kam Dewberry is another elite offensive line prospect for Jimbo Fisher’s 2022 class. Also from Humble, Texas, Dewberry attends a different school than Banks but could form a super-duo on the offensive line with Banks.

Dewberry has been described as a “bulldozer” and despite a lower ranking than the other guys on this list, could be considered a diamond in the rough. There are three crystal balls in for Dewberry, each leaning toward A&M.

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