And the OLs (by Will Blaizer, same link as 1 post up) OL The left side of the offensive line is set. Samuel Cosmi, Parker Braun, and Zach Shackelford. Cosmi and Shackelford have been having a pretty dominant week of practices. I’m not concerned there. In fact, the line may be better there next season than it was last season, which is encouraging. It is the right side that is a question mark. It’s not a huge question mark, but a question mark nonetheless. It’s a question mark that will likely be solved by throwing bodies at the problem. That’s exactly what Herb Hand has been doing. So far he’s been trying out different combinations of guys at this position to see what works best. Flipping Derek Kerstetter, Denzel Okafor, and Tope Imade around on the line with Christian Jones and maybe Junior Angilau pretty close to breaking into the first team. If the season started tomorrow, Denzel Okafor would be the right tackle with Tope Imade as the right guard. I’m not very confident in Okafor, and it doesn’t seem like the staff is either. At this point, I would not be surprised if he is passed up on the depth chart before the season begins. Texas could end up with a matrix system on that right side where you are consistently sending in different combinations to keep your right side fresh until you end up with a combination that is just vastly superior. The thing I’m personally taking away from this is that Texas has some depth at the position. It isn’t astounding depth in terms of talent, but it’s much better than in 2017. Tom Herman reiterates that he wants seven or eight offensive linemen he feels can start. Texas may actually have nine by the time the season comes along.