The 2021 class is nearly a wrap, with just a few stragglers left to sign. With that, we are breaking down the best classes at each positions, continuing today with the offensive line.
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CLASS OF 2021 RANKINGS: Rivals250 | Position | Team | State
CLASS OF 2022 RANKINGS: Rivals250 | Position | Team | State
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This Alabama offensive line class, led by JC Latham and Tommy Brockermeyer, could be one of the best all-time on paper. There’s elite talent at center, guard and tackle, and this will be a class that leads to another national title.
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Does anyone recruit offensive linemen better than Kirby Smart? He’s hit a home run in each class, and Amarius Mims leads the way this year. Micah Morris could be the next great one if Mims isn’t – or they both could dominate.
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3. OHIO STATE
The rich get richer as Donovan Jackson is elite and the Buckeyes have two very good tackles as well. It’s a small OL class with three guys, but the quality is impressive.
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4. TEXAS A&M
Bryce Foster is the key to this class, but Reuben Fatherlee II and others shouldn’t be overlooked. This is a deep class that is loaded at many positions with very few reaches.
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5. (tie) NOTRE DAME, OREGON