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Five new four-star offensive linemen unveiled for 2025 class

The 2025 recruiting class is beginning to come into focus and the unveiling of full class rankings is on the horizon. Leading up to that, the national recruiting analysts will be naming new four-stars at each position.

Offensive linemen are in the spotlight today.

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"It’s not often that you see a 6-foot-4, 315 pound offensive lineman lined up in the backfield to both carry the ball and deliver punishing blocks, but that is exactly what you see when you turn on Gordon's highlight tape. This is a big and bad man who is twitched up, physical and has every intention of bringing the hammer down on defenders.

"He moves incredibly well for his size, has a strong punch and is capable of moving the line of scrimmage by the way he drives multiple defenders off of the ball.

"The Tennessee product has over 40 offers coming from the likes of Ohio State, Missouri, Oklahoma, Florida and Texas A&M. He should end up as one of the most sought-after recruits in the entire 2024 class." - Clint Cosgrove, national recruiting analyst


"Jacobs is already a massive offensive lineman, but to pour salt on the wounds of opposing Georgia defensive linemen he is also athletic. Everything is in place for Jacobs to be that prototypical first-round NFL Draft pick teams build off of as long as he keeps working on his craft.

"Jacobs is already very talented, and he can still take his game to new heights. It's scary how good he could be after two or three years of college ball.

"The complete package Jacobs can bring to a collegiate offensive line has not been lost on scouts. Jacobs has more than 20 offers, featuring some of the big names in the game, including Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Ohio State, LSU, Penn State, Tennessee and Texas." – Ryan Wright, national recruiting analyst


"Lowe plays a physical brand of football and is the type of recruit that gets you excited when you turn on his highlight film. He plays with bend, has a great punch and attempts to impose his will on the defender every play.

"At 6-foot-5 and 290 pounds Lowe has the ability to play on the edge, but he also has the athleticism to pull for gap-scheme plays, which in turn gives him a ton of position versatility and adds to his value as a recruit.

"The Toledo (Ohio) Whitmer standout has really blown up as of late, and you can look for Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State and Cincinnati to be among the teams competing for his pledge." - Cosgrove


"Mesquite (Texas) Horn four-star offensive tackle Lamont Rogers quickly burst onto the scene after he was put on varsity for his sophomore spring game in May 2022, as his 6-foot-6, 285-pound frame walked out onto the field and caught everybody's attention in the entire state of Texas.

"Rogers backed up the physical profile with a stellar sophomore season in the Texas 6A ranks, showing off mobility and elite punch power. As Rogers continues to develop there is a real chance that he will be in five-star consideration before the end of his high school career. With already close to 20 offers, Rogers will have a national recruitment that will feature some of the top programs in the country." - Nick Harris, national recruiting analyst


"Boerne (Texas) four-star offensive tackle Logan Schram is a name that began to bubble out of Central Texas during his sophomore season. Fortunately for Schram, he was able to put his talents on full display during the Texas State Championships in Arlington in December.

"Despite taking the loss, Schram blew the media and fans away with his size and aggression at tackle, and he even showed some versatility around the offensive line in both run and pass protection sets. Schram holds just six offers, all from in-state programs, but expect the 6-foot-6, 290-pound mauler to blow up this summer on the college camp circuit as more programs become familiar with the small-town prospect." - Harris