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The Red Raiders pick up two potential anchors on the offensive line

Larry Moore and Caleb Rogers could turn into the next LaRaven Clark or Travis Bruffy.

In addition to all the skill players the Red Raiders picked up this weekend, there was one offensive lineman that committed this weekend in Larry Moore. Moore is the second offensive lineman commit this recruiting season. The first was Caleb Rogers who committed in May. Today, we talk about both of these fine recruits, starting with Rogers.

Caleb Rogers is an offensive tackle out of Lake Ridge High School. He started at right tackle this season and will remain in that position in the upcoming season. He is a three-star recruit and chose Texas Tech over some mid major offers. After his commitment, he received another offer from a Power-5 school in Georgia Tech.

At 6’5” and 270 pounds, Rogers will need to get into the weight room this summer and put on about 20 pounds of muscle if he wants to play at the next level. He is a great blocker for his size and is really advanced at pass blocking for such a young player. He will be very useful in the spread scheme that the Red Raiders implement. Next, we’ll talk about Larry Moore.

Moore committed to the Red Raiders over the weekend. Moore plays for a Fort Bend Marshall team that came incredibly close to winning a state championship last season. He started at right tackle and will most likely play there again this fall. He is a three-star recruit with offers from plenty of schools including Houston, Georgia Tech, and Kansas to name a few. He chose Texas Tech after his official visit

Moore is great at run blocking, a skill that could be used immediately. He has a great first step and is great at getting to the outside. This skill is great in the scheme that the Red Raiders implemented.

Both of these guys are great finds for the Red Raiders and could be anchors on the offensive line for seasons to come. What do you think of these guys? Let us know in the comments!