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Four-star IOL Nate Kibble signs with Texas

The Longhorns continue to stockpile talent in the trenches on the offensive side of the ball.

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Put another one on the board for Texas Longhorns offensive line coach and his #BigHumans. Back in June, Flood tapped into the Humble Atascocita pipeline when he landed four-star offensive lineman Nate Kibble and now things are official between Kibble and the Longhorns on Early Signing Day.

Landing Kibble came as a bit of a surprise back in the summer, as it looked like he may have been trending towards Texas A&M after taking an official visit there in early June. The tone and the momentum in this recruitment changed when Kibble proactively scheduled to take an official visit to Texas on the final recruiting weekend of June.

The Monday following the conclusion of his official visit, Kibble made his intentions known that he had decided to become a Longhorn.

Atascocita has become a bit of an offensive line factory in recent years, as they have produced several FBS caliber big bodies (Samuel Cosmi, Kenyon Green, and Kam Dewberry) and now they are adding another name to the list with Kibble heading to Austin.

Kibble logged starts at tackle for Atascocita, but he will likely kick inside at the collegiate level due to his physical measureables projecting more to the interior offensive line.

Kibble is the 28th-ranked interior offensive line prospect, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, and is the 438th-ranked prospect overall.