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Commitment Spotlight: Jake Majors (Daniel Seahorn)

Harrison Wier

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Early on in the last recruiting cycle, we discussed the probability of Texas landing a monster offensive line class that consisted of some of the top prospects in the state of Texas. You all probably remember the picture of guys like Branson Bragg, Kenyon Green, Tyler Johnson, and Javonne Shepherd all together with Coach Herb Hand when they made their way to Austin early in the cycle. As you know by now, that dream haul didn’t quite come together, as Green pledged to Texas A&M, Bragg continued to the Stanford curse, and we are still dealing with the Shepherd saga heading into NSD2.

While things didn’t come together for Texas along the offensive line like they would have hoped in the 2019 class, things may already be coming together for them in the 2020 class. They already have a four-star in the boat in form of Logan Parr, and the staff has been hard at work on Chad Lindberg, Damieon George, Jaylen Garth, and Jake Majors.

Stanford once again has played a big factor for Lindberg and Majors, and I’m sure that Texas fans are tired of seeing the Cardinal steal big-time prospects from the Lone Star State. Landing those two would send the message all the way to Palo Alto that this aggression will not stand, man. Lindberg is set to take official visits later this spring, but Majors’ timeline was a bit unknown — until now. I’ve mentioned previously that the staff was being more aggressive this time around, and even with that I may have undersold how aggressive they were getting. Coming into this weekend I didn’t think they would press for a commitment, and I was dead wrong.

Majors went from a perceived Stanford lean to a Longhorn commitment, and the Longhorn staff was able to put a big notch in their belt by keeping the master technician home.

Player Information

Name: Jake Majors

Position: OT, OG, OC

High School: Prosper

City & State: Prosper, TX


Height: 6’4

Weight:  280

40-yard: N/A

Shuttle: N/A

Vertical: N/A


No statistics available.


Jake Majors Film


  • At 6’4, 280 pounds Majors already possesses good size and will put on more good weight once he hits a college weight room.
  • Very technically advanced for a player at the position at this point in his development.
  • Possesses good feet and moves very well laterally. Shows good quickness and moves fluidly when climbing to the second level on blocks.
  • Shows great patience in pass protection and does a great job of mirroring pass rushers. Also, already shows some counters to power rushes on tape.
  • Shows very good awareness when it comes to tracking and picking up twists, stunts, and blitzes.
  • Almost never see him get off balance and is always under control even after engaging with defenders.
  • Possesses a good punch and can really shock a defender off and knock them off balance.
  • Very smart player and always seems to put himself in the proper place to execute his assignment.
  • Moves with urgency as a puller and will likely be a big asset in that regard at the next level. Moves well in space and does a good job of tracking his assignment.
  • Shows good aggression and does a good job of finishing defenders off. 


  • I have questions about his length and think it could give him some issues.
  • While he could probably play it in a pinch, I don’t think he sticks at tackle at the next level.
  • Have questions about how well he is able to anchor against legit power rushers.


Jake Majors is a 2-year (and soon to be 3-year) starter at offensive tackle for Prosper (TX) high school. Majors is a composite 3-star prospect across the networks as things sit today, but I’d be willing to wager that he will be significantly bumped up once evaluators actually dig into the film and undo their wrongs. There is a lot of positive to discuss when it comes to Majors’ game and for an offensive lineman at this stage in the development, that is pretty unique. At 6’4, 280 pounds, Majors already possesses good size and will continue to fill out going forward once he hits a college S&C program. While I have questions about his overall length and ability to stick at tackle, he can probably play it in a pinch and projects to be a very good interior player at either guard or center. Majors is a close to a master technician as you are going to see for a young offensive lineman. He takes good, efficient steps, plays with good pad level, and takes good angles to execute his assignments and blocks. Majors displays very good agility quickness both laterally and vertically when it comes to executing double teams and climbing to the second level. He consistently gets movement on the down linemen and gets his body in the right place to pick up the linebackers and doesn’t get off balance in the process. Majors does a good job of controlling and steering players whenever he gets engaged with them and shows the aggression you like to see from players at the position. If Majors gets the chance to finish you he’s going to do it, and it will bring joy to the heart of every coach that turns his tape on.

Majors’ great technique also shows up in his pass protection. He’s incredibly patient and does a great job of mirroring rushers and already displays some counters to power rushes. Majors shows great awareness and recognition of stunts, twists, and blitzes and always seems to have himself in the right place at the right time. While I do have some questions about his ability to anchor, that comes more from the place of him not playing against better rushers. Majors’ tape was a joy to work through and he is going to be a great player wherever he ends up. You don’t see many this far along technically at this stage in development, so it was both fun and refreshing to see a player working diligently at honing their craft.

Final Verdict

It’s hard to understate how big of win this for Texas kicking off the 2020 recruiting cycle. The staff lands in my mind an elite offensive line prospect in Majors, and at the time finally lands a body blow to Stanford, who has been making a living at pulling elite offensive prospects from Texas over the past few cycles.

Landing Majors now gives Texas two great building blocks along the offensive line with Parr already committed, which gives them more ammo as they continue to press for Lindberg, Garth, and George going forward. Parr has already gone on the record about how close he is with some of the players I just mentioned, and that could go a long way with eventually securing their commitments down the line. And If you want to go even further down that rabbit hole, securing an elite group like that could eventually go a long way with making significant progress with a guy like Zach Evans.

For now, Texas fans should enjoy and celebrate accordingly because this a fantastic pickup and Majors is a guy I think could make his way into the two deep early after enrolling in the spring next year.

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Harrison, absolute love your write up. that analysis is spot on. i think he is a OG/OC all the way. he needs to put on 25 lbs by the time he sees real playing time. if he has to anchor vs 350lb NT that Lsu and Bama have, thats the only thing i see that could cause him issues. he is flat out a bad ass interior OL. that film was a pleasure to watch!

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8 minutes ago, TheContractor said:

Harrison, absolute love your write up. that analysis is spot on. i think he is a OG/OC all the way. he needs to put on 25 lbs by the time he sees real playing time. if he has to anchor vs 350lb NT that Lsu and Bama have, thats the only thing i see that could cause him issues. he is flat out a bad ass interior OL. that film was a pleasure to watch!

Would love to take credit, but this one was all Daniel! Majors is going to be a good one. 

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Just watched his highlight tape. He is going to be a near 5 star recruit when it’s all said and done. He is 25 pounds and 2 years away from being a starter. 

Playing the position myself, I can say he is an extremely rare talent. I can’t believe we were able to lock this kid up this early. 


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On 1/25/2019 at 8:48 AM, J.B. TexasEx said:

My first question after watching Jake's HUDL, "How the hell is this kid only a 3-star?".

It's not like he plays inferior competition, either. A 6A district with the Planos, Allen, Jesuit, etc. That's about as good as it gets for TXHSFB.

He's going to get a significant bump soon. He's a technician out there. 

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