Baylor Football Recruiting

2021 OT Caleb Johnson discusses his relationship with Baylor's new staff

April 8, 2020
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Every great offense starts up front. You can have all the playmakers in the world, but if your quarterback doesn’t have time to get the ball to those playmakers, then it’s going to be a long season.

Baylor had a phenomenal season in 2019, but the play of the offensive line still didn’t reach its full potential. The 2020 season will be a fresh slate for everyone involved, as there has been a coaching change and some of the key players have moved on.

 
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