It’s hard not to notice offensive lineman Byron Washington.
At 6-foot-7, 360 pounds, the Monroe, La. native is absolutely massive and he is still only in high school.
Texas football and head coach Steve Sarkisian sent a handful of new offers to rising targets of the 2025 and 2026 recruiting classes this summer and one of them went to rising 2025 DeSoto offensive tackle Byron Washington.
Despite his listed height and weight, he says he is 6-foot-8 and 350 pounds.
The DeSoto offensive tackle announced on social media in July that he received an offer from Texas. Washington is not only the biggest human that Texas offered, but he is also the biggest offensive tackle that the Longhorns have offered in the 2025 class (both in height and weight).
Thanks to his enormous frame and strong lower base, Washington easily moves bodies off the line of scrimmage in run blocking.
Just in case we haven’t yet mentioned, he is a junior in high school.
Earlier this year, Washington stated Texas, Oregon, and TCU are the main contenders for him. This offer from Texas marks the fourth Power Five offer for Washington, joining Arizona State, TCU, and Oregon.
Longhorns offensive line coach Kyle Flood is leading the way to make sure Washington stays home in Texas and comes to Austin to play for the Longhorns.
Just look at how much he towers over Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian:
Whichever school he ultimately ends up going to, they are going to get a huge human who can move in a way that a man his size should not. Defensive linemen should be very afraid.
Here’s how social media is respondng to the kid:
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