While fans continue to focus on the upcoming College Football Playoff, coaches around the country have set their sights on the recruiting realm. That’s the case for Lincoln Riley who must face the harsh reality of rebuilding an offensive line in the coming years. Clearly hoping to find an inside track with a few outstanding prospect, the Oklahoma Sooners extended an official offer to a 2021 offensive lineman.
Extremely blessed to receive an offer from the University of Oklahoma! Boomer! pic.twitter.com/v4KplQHPr1
— Tommy Brockermeyer (@TBrockermeyer) December 18, 2018
Dipping into the state of Texas once again, the OU Coaching Staff took one look at Tommy Brockermeyer from Ft. Worth before making a decision. Standing 6-6 and 260-pounds as a sophomore in high school, the athlete projects as an offensive tackle on the collegiate level. The occasion marks the second offer for the up and coming talent along the line. However, it most definitely will not be the last.
Of course, Brockermeyer should improve over the course of time before landing on the college circuit. Until then, Oklahoma will continue to look for the next crew to anchor the offensive effort.