SPECIAL OFFER

Breaking news. In-depth analysis. Limited Ads.

7-Day Free TrialSubscribe Now

On3 2022 Interior Offensive Line Prospect Rankings

Charles Power08/12/21
Article written by:On3 imageCharles Power

CharlesPower

Texas five-star OL Devon Campbell sets Alabama official visit date football recruiting
Top-ranked interior offensive lineman Devon Campbell.

On3 has updated the football prospect rankings for the 2022 cycle. The On300 includes 24 interior offensive linemen. On3’s 2022 interior offensive line rankings are listed below.

This update is based on the evaluation of the first half of most prospects’ senior season. Our goal is to assess a prospect’s long-term potential in college football, ultimately manifested by the NFL Draft. The aim of this initial release is to set the table prior to the all-important senior season.

Each interior offensive lineman is listed with their On3 grade, hometown, high school and commitment status if applicable.

The rating scale is as follows: Five-star prospects have grades 98-100, four-star recruits have grades 90-97, while 80-89 grades are for three-stars. The On300 is comprised strictly of five-star and four-star prospects.

2021 On300 I 2021 On3 Consensus I 2022 On300 I 2022 On3 Consensus I 2023 On300 I 2023 On3 Consensus I 2022 Quarterback Rankings I 2022 Running Back Rankings I 2022 Wide Receiver Rankings I 2022 Tight End Rankings I 2022 Interior Offensive Line Rankings I 2022 Offensive Tackle Rankings I 2022 Edge Rankings I 2022 Defensive Line Rankings I 2002 Linebacker Rankings I 2022 Cornerback Rankings I 2022 Safety Rankings I 2022 Athlete Rankings

2022 Interior Offensive Line Rankings

  1. Devon Campbell (98)
    Arlington (Texas) Bowie
  2. Joey Tanona (97)
    Zionsville (Ind.) High – Notre Dame commit
  3. Tyler Booker (96)
    New Haven (Conn.) IMG Academy – Alabama commit
  4. Joe Brunner (95)
    Milwaukee Whitefish Bay – Wisconsin commit
  5. Neto Umeozulu (95)
    Allen (Texas) High
  6. Will Campbell (95)
    Monroe (La.) Neville – LSU commit
  7. Tristan Wilson (94)
    Lebanon (Mo.) – Missouri commit
  8. Zach Rice (94)
    Lynchburg (Va.) Liberty Christian Academy
  9. Patrick Kutas (94)
    Memphis Christian Brothers – Arkansas commit
  10. Kam Dewberry (93)
    Humble (Texas) Atascocita
  11. Carson Hinzman (93)
    Hammond (Wis.) Saint Croix Central
  12. Billy Schrauth (93)
    Fond Du Lac (Wis.) St. Mary’s Springs
  13. Earnest Greene (93)
    Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
  14.  Austin Kawecki (92)
    Frisco (Texas) Lebanon Trail – Oklahoma State commit
  15. Tegra Tshabola (92)
    West Chester (Ohio) Lakota West – Ohio State commit
  16. Ashton Craig (92)
    Lawrenceburg (Ind.) High – Notre Dame commit
  17. DeShawn Woods (91)
    Omaha (Neb.) Central – Missouri commit
  18. Emery Jones (91)
    Baton Rouge (La.) Catholic – LSU commit
  19. Connor Robertson (90)
    Austin (Texas) Westlake – Texas commit
  20. Addison Nichols (90)
    Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian – Tennessee commit
  21. Antavious Woody (90)
    Lafayette (Ala.) High – Florida State commit
  22. Aliou Bah (90)
    Memphis (Tenn.) IMG Academy – Florida State commit
  23. Gunner Givens (90)
    Daleville (Va.) Lord Botetourt – Virginia Tech commit
  24. Hunter Deyo (90)
    Council Bluffs (Iowa) Lewis Central – Iowa State commit