Texas handed out a pair of new offers to offensive linemen in the 2021 class in center James Brockermeyer and offensive tackle Jonah Miller at the Orange-White Game on Saturday. It’s a loaded cycle for offensive linemen and the Longhorns are searching out at least a handful of signees to bolster the ranks under assistant coach Herb Hand. Texas already holds three commitments in the 2020 class.
— James Brockermeyer (@JBrockermeyer21) April 14, 2019Advertisement
Brockermeyer is the son of former Texas great Blake Brockermeyer. The product of All Saints Episcopal in Fort Worth is 6-3, 243-pound interior line prospect who should easily pack on the weight necessary for football at Texas. His brother Tommy is a five-star offensive tackle in the 2021 class. Texas hopes the family ties bring the pair to Austin.
Miller is a 6-6, 285-pound offensive tackle prospect out of Salpointe Catholic (Ariz.). He also holds an offer from Arizona State. Miller’s teammate, 2020 running back Bijan Robinson, is a high-priority target for the Longhorns.
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