This was agonizing to decide, but eventually I had to concede that Texas edges Nebraska and Notre Dame for best offensive line class so far.
The Longhorns hold verbals from the two recruits who I consider the second and fourth-best tackles of the class, Christian Westerman and Garrett Greenlea.
Westerman is a blue-chip run-blocking tackle with the ability to maul lesser players and the technique to bait good ones into mistakes. He's a great heads up player who can pursue blocks downfield.
Greenlea is a monster, fated to be one of the best left tackle prospects in whichever draft he enters (provided Texas's offensive line coaching improves a tick). At 6'7" and 285 lbs he's in line for a redshirt year, but that should bring him up to speed on pass protection and get him in physical shape to absorb the best rush ends the Big 12 has to offer.
Guard Sedrick Flowers is the No. 1 overall prospect at his position to Rivals, with blue-chip size (6'3", 280 lbs) and strength and excellent feet.
I'm not as familiar with Josh Cochran, a four-star player and No. 16 tackle according to Rivals, but his size is somewhere between Westerman's and Greenlea's (6'6", 278 lbs) and his frame, like that the other two signees, foreshadows a great career.
Runners up: Nebraska (Tyler Moore, Ryne Reeves, Ryan Klachko, Zach Sterup); Ohio State (Brian Bobek, Antonio Underwood, Tommy Brown); Notre Dame (Tony Springmann, Conor Hanratty, Matt Hegarty); LSU (La'El Collins, Trai Turner).