Texas A&M’s offensive line was one of the biggest strength’s of the 2020 squad, but with four of those five linemen departing (all but Kenyon Green), there are lot of holes to fill for 2021. One of those likely just got solved with the commitment of Jordan Moko, the top-ranked junior college offensive tackle in the 2021 class, and the No. 6 overall JUCO prospect.
Snow has spent the past two seasons at Snow College in Utah, but is actually a former rugby player from Australia, and will likely be slotted in as one of the two starting tackles, with Green likely moving from his guard spot to take the other one (he was originally recruited as a tackle).
While this year’s line will have a lot of question marks, there won’t be a single senior on the squad, which means that barring someone leaving early for the NFL, the entire line has the chance to return for 2022. We saw from 2019 to 2020 what a difference a year of development and cohesion can make for an offensive line, so while 2021 may have its ups and downs, 2022 should see a rock solid line (hopefully also with a QB going into his second season as starter).