Baylor football has been hosting in person camps over the past few weekends, which is notable because it is the first time many prospects have been able to get in front the staff in over a year. It’s resulted in a slew of new offers going out and they’ve also received two commitments in the past few days.
First, offensive lineman Kaden Sieracki from The Woodlands, TX committed. He’s a massive 6’7 and shows some good athleticism. He’ll be a guy that OL coach Eric Mateos tries to mold into a force and technician as a wide zone offensive tackle. He demonstrates some good feet and has some sudden-ness with his upper body in how he attacks guys with his hands.
Sieracki is currently unranked by the major recruiting outlets, but that hasn’t deterred Mateos who demonstrated as much with this great series of tweets yesterday:
OL development never stops. Best ones keep building and growing. pic.twitter.com/YuS07bvpHE— Eric Mateos (@CoachMateos) June 18, 2021
Second, defensive lineman Tre Emory out of Mount Pleasant, TX (same town that gave Baylor KD Cannon) committed last night.
Emory is a very sudden, quick interior DL who should be able to play around 300 lbs. He’s not gonna be a “load” DT that throws guys around, he’ll get big enough to hold his own but his game will always be making playing in the backfield and sideline to sideline. He’s pretty explosive upfield. He committed to Baylor over a lot of others such as TCU, which was a big win for the bears to win head to head. Defensive line coach Dennis Johnson has got it going over there and I think big things are coming for the Baylor DL.