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Rival Rankings Week: Updated OL Rankings for 2022


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As part of the Opponent Ratings Week, we are studying new ratings for each position. Next: the line of attack.

All five five-star offensive linemen remain unused, and no team has commitments greater than two four-star ones. There are many storylines to follow and many moving parts, so there is still a lot of news ahead.

NEW RELEASE: OT ranking for 2022 | 2022 AND rating | 2022 ranking


Here’s the full Rivals Rankings week schedule:

MONDAY: Five star countdown

TUESDAY: Rivals250 full version revealed

WEDNESDAY: QB rating | RB rating | WR / TE rating | OL rating

THURSDAY: DL rating | LB rating | DB rating | ATH rating

FRIDAY: State ratings

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT RATING 2022: Biggest players in updated Rivals250 | Gorny’s thoughts | Meet the new five star | Most popular schools in the new R250 | Who should take the top spot in the DT rankings? | What to do with Travis Hunter? | Who should rank first in the CB ranking? | How are things going with unfinished five stars


CORE TEAM: Clemson

Colin Sadler

Colin Sadler (Rivals.com)

The Tigers have the best class of attacking linemen right now, but a couple of other teams are on their heels and we will see a lot of changes in the next two months.

ClemsonTheir class is distinguished by two line players in the attack Rivals250. Colin Sadler has the highest rating of the two, but the offensive lineman in the state was not the first passing defender to declare his commitment to the Tigers. Blake Miller from Ohio was the first player in this class to devote himself to Clemson, and he helped recruit some other players for the Tigers.

Our lady was second here with two Rivals250 commitments of its own. The Fighting Irish has made a commitment from Joey Tanona, a prospect on staff, and Tai chan… Both ratings are slightly lower than Clemson’s.



TEAMS TO WATCH: Alabama, Ohio and Oklahoma

Still, Alabama, Ohio State as well as Oklahoma the three teams have excellent ability to achieve outstanding offensive line classes in this recruitment cycle. Alabama is in an excellent position with Elijah Pritchett, Five-star Julian Armella, Jake Taylor, Jacob Sexton, Kam Dewberry, Cole Hutson, Tyler Booker, Ernest Greene as well as Zach Rice… All of these players have already visited Tuscaloosa or are planning to come there in the future.

Crimson Tide has many goals in common with Ohio and Oklahoma, but the Bakkeys have prioritized some of them – Booker, Green, Dewberry, and Rice. They are also very well suited for Addison Nichols, Joe Brunner as well as Jaylen Early

The Sooners are also pursuing many of the same prospects, and they will undoubtedly be the main contenders for many of these players. Some others worth looking out for include Taylor. Josh Conerly, Devon Campbell, Malik Agbo as well as Deshawn Woods… Expect the OU to be heavily used for Greene and Dewberry as well.



Aamil Wagner

Aamil Wagner (Josh Helmholdt / The Rivals)

Rivals250 attacking tackle Aamil Wagner I was in Columbus last weekend and there is high confidence that the Buckseys will land this impressive attacking lineman. Penn state and a few others are in the mix for Wagner, but expect the Bakkeys to outrun Nittany Lyons, Irish Fighting and Kentucky… It looks like his commitments will come in the next month or two.

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