Rivals Rankings Week: New 2022 OL rankings
The Class of 2022 Recruiting Rankings Post-Summer Update is complete, and now we are breaking down the rankings for each position. On the offensive line, the ranking order of tackles, guards and crosses has not seen any big changes, but there have been several big engagements that have taken place at the post since the last update of the rankings.
NEW RANKS OF TODAY’S JOBS: Offensive tackle | Offensive guard | Center | Wide receiver | Tight end | Back | Versatile back | Professional-style QB | Double Threat QB
RIVAL RANKING WEEK
On Monday: Five-star countdown
Tuesday: Rivals250 unveiled | Gorney’s thoughts | The biggest movers | Meet the new five stars | Should Walter Nolen be DL # 1?
Wednesday: Spotlight on the QB standings | Spotlight on the RB ranking | Spotlight on WR / TE rankings | Spotlight on OL’s standings | Who should be RB # 1?
Thursday: Rankings of defensive positions published
Friday: State rankings
TEAMS WITH HIGHER COMMITMENTS: Oregon, LSU, State of Florida
There are currently five five-star rated offensive linemen in the 2022 class, but only one is signed up. Oregon landed Houston offensive tackle Kelvin Banks, No. 2 offensive tackle and No. 12 prospect overall on July 4. He joins a class that already had commitments from three offensive linemen, and would add Rivals250 offensive linemen Dave Iuli later this month.
LSU also received a big entry this summer from Rivals250 offensive guard Emery Jones. He joins a class that includes offensive tackle Will Campbell, the second-highest-ranked offensive line entry of 2022, as well as two three-star prospects.
Florida State, meanwhile, has an offensive line class made up of three four-star prospects, including tackle Jayden Early, who signed up this month, and two three-star prospects.
PERSPECTIVE TO WATCH: Kam Dewberry
Five-star Kam Dewberry plays tackle for his high school team Atascocita and is ranked third prospect in attacking tackle in the 2022 class, but at 6-3, 320 pounds, his highest potential could be indoors on the inside. university. That’s one of the questions we’re looking to get answered from Dewberry this fall.
The other is, where is he going to go? Official visits took place in June to LSU, Ohio State and Texas A&M. Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas are also heavily involved. This recruitment could take several paths and should be one of the most interesting to follow over the next four months.
SHARES ON THE RISE: Ty Chan
Notre Dame Ty Chan’s entry jumps 76 spots in the Rivals250 and sees his Rivals ranking drop from 5.8 to 5.9 in this update. Our last review of Chan was at the Future 50 event in Florida last month. This is an event dominated by the defensive line, but Chan was one of the few offensive linemen who increased his stock with his game during the event.
At 6-foot-6, the tackle appears to be Chan’s position in college, but he took several repetitions indoors in that event and showed he can strike blow for blow with the best defensive tackles present. .
The state of Massachusetts has canceled the 2020-21 high school football season, so this fall will be the first time Chan has played in two years and he looks set for a great senior season.
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