3 Texas freshmen who impressed in first spring scrimmage

Texas football held its first scrimmage of spring ball on Saturday in front of key visiting recruits for Longhorn City Limits.
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Trevor Goosby, OT

The offensive line won the line of scrimmage during the red zone work on Saturday. Despite losing starting junior guard DJ Campbell to a shoulder injury during the scrimmage, Texas got a good push at the line of scrimmage in run blocking against the first and second-team front sevens.

Kyle Flood has really seen the fruits of his labor developing all these big humans in the offensive line factory at Texas regarding the depth he's got in the trenches this spring. Texas has a legitimate top group of 10 or 12 offensive linemen who are competing hard for key reps on the two-deep in spring camp.

One of the offensive tackles who made a huge impression on those watching the scrimmage last weekend was redshirt freshman Trevor Goosby. Most scrimmage reports and media discussions since the scrimmage on Saturday afternoon have praised Goosby for his consistent performance in run blocking and pass pro.

Goosby was reportedly (per Orangebloods) cited by high-four-star offensive line recruit Lamont Rogers as the lineman that really caught his attention during his visit for the scrimmage last weekend.

You know that Goosby had a big day during the scrimmage when a recruit as highly touted as Rogers mentioned him in a similar breadth as junior starting offensive tackle, Kelvin Banks Jr., among the linemen who impressed him the most on Saturday.

Goosby was one of the real standouts among the offensive linemen during the scrimmage last weekend. He is likely the MVP of the day during the scrimmage, especially in the red zone portion, for the second-team offensive line.