While Courtland Ford appeared to have a great time this past weekend, the question still remains as to whether Texas will extend a scholarship offer and join schools like LSU, Alabama, Georgia, Florida State and several others on Ford's offer sheet. 

Ford had a great junior season at Cedar Hill High School, but scouts are even more excited about his upside. With a 6-foot-6 frame he can probably carry another 20-30 pounds above his current 305-pound weight without losing any of his quickness. 

He could project as a mean, nasty right tackle at the next level or possibly stay on the left side if he continues to develop his footwork. 

Ford's talent is certainly not the question. Where Texas wants to go with their 2020 offensive line recruiting has UT fans guessing as to what could happen next. 

The Longhorns already have three O-line commits in the class - four-star tackle Jaylen Garth, four-star center Jake Majors and four-star guard Logan Parr. WIth another pickup  up front the would likely be down to one or two spots left in the 2020 class for offensive linemen, hence the need to be picky with their offers at this point and should they fill up and have to rescind a scholarship offer to Ford, it could sit sour with Cedar Hill High School, a local powerhouse and Division I football talent factory. 

Keep an eye on how things develop over the next few weeks. One would think an official offer from Texas would probably mean things are in great shape and could move very quickly from there.