Slimm's 2018 Offensive Line (Seniors)

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  1. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    1. Mike McGlinchey / Notre Dame / 6'7", 310

    2. Mason Cole / Michigan / 6'5", 305

    3. Martinas Rankin / Mississippi St. / 6'5", 307 (Versatile. Played Center in Miss. St.'s spring game so might be moving to the pivot this year.)

    4. Zachary Crabtree / Oklahoma St. / 6'7", 310

    5. Brandon Parker / N. Carolina A&T / 6'6", 300

    6. Tyrell Crosby / Oregon / 6'5", 310

    7. David Bright / Stanford / 6'5", 301

    8. Jamarco Jones / Ohio St. / 6'5", 310

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    9. Chukwuma Okorafor / W. Michigan / 6'6", 333


















    Guards:

    1. Quenton Nelson / Notre Dame / 6'5", 325

    2. Billy Price / Ohio St. / 6'4", 315

    3. Braden Smith / Auburn / 6'6", 300

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    4. Kyle Bosch / W. Virginia / 6'5", 304

    5. Will Hernandez / UTEP / 6'3", 330

    6. Tyrone Crowder / Clemson / 6'2", 340

    7. Tony Adams / N.C. State / 6'2", 315

    8. Viane Talamaivao / USC / 6'2", 315

    9. Wyatt Teller / Virginia Tech / 6'5", 308 (Can rank higher if he cleans up the penalties and mistakes.)

    10. Jashon Robertson / Tennessee / 6'3", 305

    11. Sean Welsh / Iowa / 6'3", 290

    12. Cody O'Connell / Washington St. / 6'8", 354

    13. Shamire Devine / Georgia Tech / 6'7", 370


















    Center:

    1. Frank Ragnow / Arkansas / 6'5", 319

    2. Bradley Bozeman / Alabama / 6'5", 314

    3. Brian Allen / Michigan St. / 6'2", 304

    4. Scott Quessenberry / UCLA / 6'4", 315

    5. Coleman Thomas / Tennessee / 6'5", 301

    6. Coleman Shelton / Washington / 6'4", 293

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    7. Jake Bennett / Colorado St. / 6'3", 290
     
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  2. biggrouper

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    Going to need to keep an eagle eye on the centers this year... With Mike Pouncey's injury being so unpredictable we should be making a serious push to address center for the long term during the next Off Season
     
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    Yeah, I agree. Hopefully it's not one year too late. I think Ted Larson could end up playing center this year if Mike Pouncey goes down, but the team needs a better solution long-term. A starting caliber guard who can also play center would be ideal. Bushrod will likely be replaced next year as well.
     
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    Thanks for all your work, Slimm. I always look forward to your analysis. What's your take on centers in this draft, or guard/center types? Is there a Pat Eflein type out there this year that could be a target for Miami?
     
  5. TedSlimmJr

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    The center/guard class is a little stronger than the 2017 class. I like it better towards the top.

    Billy Price is essentially going to be a carbon copy of Elflein. Same school, same size, same experience, and moving from guard to pivot for his senior season.
     
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  6. Tannenbombs

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    Slimm,

    With the way the league is headed, how much do you value guards, centers, run stopping DT's, and linebackers?
     
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    For instance, would you hold off on drafting any of these positions until a certain point in the draft, or just draft best players regardless of position?
     
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    Quentin Nelson would've been hands down the best interior OL had he come out this year
     
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    Martinas Rankin is staying at LT this year, as Elgton Jenkins is moving from LG to C. He's another one to keep an eye on.
     

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