Texas A&M right tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, one of the top underclass offensive linemen in college football, missed Saturday's win over Vanderbilt with an undisclosed injury.
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The injury created quite a shuffle on the Texas A&M line, according to The Dallas Morning News, one that involved more than just a fill-in at one position. Left tackle Jake Matthews, expected to be one of the top picks in the 2014 NFL Draft, moved to right tackle to fill in for Ogbuehi. It was a natural switch for Matthews, who started at right tackle in 2012 for the Aggies.
What wasn't natural was the move of left guard Jarvis Harrison to Matthews' left tackle spot. Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin indicated Ogbuehi would be back in the lineup against Texas-El Paso this weekend. Harrison is himself an NFL prospect, but better suited to playing the interior.
Ogbuehi has stated he intends to return to Texas A&M for his senior season next year. Check out all the latest news from potential early entries into the 2014 draft with College Football 24/7's Underclassmen Tracker.