Texas Twins Committing Tomorrow
Two of Alabama's biggest targets in the 2021 class have announced they will announce their college commitment tomorrow. Tommy and James Brockermeyer, twins from All Saints Episcopal High School in Fort Worth, Texas made the announcement on Twitter that tomorrow they would be committing to college.
Tommy is a 6-foot-6, 283 pound five-star tackle, the 247Sports Composite rates him as the top tackle in the nation and the fifth overall prospect in the 2021 class. The Crimson Tide made him a scholarship offer in April of 2019. Defensive back's coach Karl Scott and offensive line coach Kyle Flood have been the primary recruiters, courting him for the Crimson Tide.
He currently has a top five schools list consisting of Texas, Alabama, Clemson, LSU and Auburn. He would be a prize addition to any recruiting class and 247Sports compares him to current Atlanta Falcons tackle, Jake Matthews.
James is a 6-foot-3, 273 pound four-star center, the 247 Composite rates him as the top center in the nation and the 32nd overall prospect in the state of Texas. Alabama offered him a scholarship in February of 2020. He is also being recruited by Scott and Flood like his brother. He earned Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools D-1 first-team all-state as a junior in 2019. He has listed a top four schools, consisting of Texas, Alabama, Auburn and LSU.
The Brockermeyer twins are Texas legacies with their brother Luke playing linebacker for the Longhorns currently and their father Blake playing offensive line in Austin prior to playing in the NFL.
Many experts see it as a two school race between Texas and Alabama for this dynamic duo. The two brothers will announce their commitments tomorrow which likely means they will indeed commit to the same school.
Should the Tide come away with their commitment it would put Alabama well on its way to a historic offensive line class. Alabama entered the pandemic with a recruiting class in the 50s, it could finish the weekend with a top five class.
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