Slimm's 2019 Offensive Line (seniors)

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  1. TedSlimmJr

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

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    Tackle/Guard:

    1. Andre Dillard / Washington St. / 6'5", 315

    2. Dalton Risner / Kansas St. / 6'5", 312

    3. Yodney Cajuste / W. Virginia / 6'5", 312

    4. Chuma Edoga / USC / 6'4", 308

    5. Kaleb McGary / Washington / 6'7", 317

    6. Joshua Miles / Morgan St. / 6'5", 314

    7. Yosuah Nijman / Virginia Tech / 6'7", 324

    8. Mitch Hyatt / Clemson / 6'5", 303

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    8. Olisaemeka Udoh / Elon / 6'5", 323

    10. Max Scharping / N. Illinois / 6'6", 327

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    11. Tytus Howard / Alabama St. / 6'5", 322

    12. Derwin Gray / Maryland / 6'4", 320

    13. Dennis Daley / S. Carolina / 6'5", 317

    14. Martez Ivey / Florida / 6'5", 315

    15. Fred Johnson / Florida / 6'7", 326


    16. Ryan Pope / San Diego St. / 6'7", 320

    17. Koda Martin / Syracuse / 6'6", 300

    18. Damian Prince / Maryland / 6'3", 320

    19. Brock Ruble / Toledo / 6'8", 325

    20. Tariq Cole / Rutgers / 6'5", 324

    21. Reggie Bain / FAU / 6'4", 300











    Guard/Center:

    1. Garrett Bradbury / N.C. State / 6'3", 306

    2. Chris Lindstrom / Boston College / 6'4", 308

    3. Ben Powers / Oklahoma / 6'4", 307

    4. Lamont Gaillard / Georgia / 6'3", 305

    5. Elgton Jenkins / Mississippi St. / 6'4", 310

    6. Hjalte Froholdt / Arkansas / 6'5", 306

    7. Nick Allegretti / Illinois / 6'4", 310

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    8. Zack Bailey / S. Carolina / 6'5", 299

    9. Tyler Jones / N.C. State / 6'3", 306

    10. Nate Davis / Charlotte / 6’3”, 316

    11. Dru Samia / Oklahoma / 6'5", 305

    12. Ross Pierschbacher / Alabama / 6'4", 307

    13. Michael Deiter / Wisconsin / 6'5", 309


    14. Patrick Vahe / Texas / 6'3", 325

    15. Phil Haynes / Wake Forest / 6'4", 322

    16. Beau Benzschawel / Wisconsin / 6'6", 309

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    17. Tyler Bowling / Tulsa / 6'6", 327

    18. Toa Lobendahn / USC / 6'3", 295

    19. Garrett Brumfield / LSU / 6'4", 303

    20. Javon Patterson / Ole Miss / 6’3”, 307

    21. James O'Hagan / Buffalo / 6'3", 305

    22. Jesse Burkett / Stanford / 6'4", 300

    23. Jon Baker / Boston College / 6'3", 290

    24. Terronne Prescod / N.C. State / 6'5", 334

    25. Bunchy Stallings / Kentucky / 6'3", 305
     
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  2. dolfan91

    dolfan91 Starter Donator

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    Slimm, what's your take on BC's Chris Lindstrom? He looks really physical. Day 2?
     
  3. TedSlimmJr

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    That's about right - late 3rd round is a good spot in my opinion.

    You're right he's physical and likes to finish blocks. He's not satisfied until he puts somebody on their back. It's really a rare trait to see among college offensive lineman. There's not a lot that have that in 'em. Usually a good idea to keep guys like that in your back pocket when you run across it. It translates to the next level.
     
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    I love watching him play, he's old school. Love watching physical lineman dominate. It drives people batty.
     
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    Thoughts on Elgton Jenkins so far this year? Personally I think he sticks at center and I love his pass blocking. He is turning into one of my favorite players in the entire draft.
     
  6. TedSlimmJr

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    Heck of a player. I believe he can play guard or center in the NFL. Paychecks are bigger if you can stay on the pivot.

    Ironically, I'm sitting here now watching him son one of the best DT's in the country in Derrick Brown this past Saturday.
     
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    Ya, he is a guy that you can build your entire offensive line around. A line of Tunsil- Sutton- Jenkins- Davis- James would be a strong one.
     
  8. TedSlimmJr

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    Jenkins and Garrett Bradbury are the two Senior centers that impress me the most.

    Bradbury if you're a team that likes to zone up front. He's pretty text book in my opinion. Although he doesn't quite have the anchor Jenkins has to sit in pass protection.
     
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    Ya, that's what separates Jenkins with everyone else to me. He is a top notch pass protector already.
     
  10. TedSlimmJr

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    Max Scharping of NIU put Brian Burns straight to sleep. Kid is a beast. Natural knee bender with long arms, excellent hand placement. Has some nastiness. Seems to have a plan when facing an athletic speed rushers like Burns. I like him. A lot.
     
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    Do you think Dalton Risner would be the top Center if that's where he were moved?
     
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    Who out of all these lineman would help the Dolphins the most is my question.
     
  13. TedSlimmJr

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    He'd be right up there on my board. Matter of fact, he was the top Senior center I had ranked here when I created this thread a little over 5 months ago.

    I think his awareness and punch always suited him well at the pivot.
     
  14. TedSlimmJr

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    Most Underrated: Max Scharping - shut down Brian Burns. Nobody does that. Tyler Bowling - did a heck of a job on Ed Oliver.

    Most Overrated: Kaleb McGary. Actually both Washington tackles....Trey Adams has significant health issues to overcome. Hasn't played since last year.
     
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