Slimm's 2019 Offensive Line (underclassman)

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  1. TedSlimmJr

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

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    Tackle:

    1. Jonah Williams / Alabama / 6'5", 301

    2. Greg Little / Ole Miss / 6'6", 325

    3. Cody Ford / Oklahoma / 6'4", 338

    4. Jawaan Taylor / Florida / 6'5", 328

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    5. Alaric Jackson** / Iowa / 6'7", 320

    6. Colton McKivitz / W. Virginia / 6'7", 300

    7. Tyler Roemer** / San Diego St. / 6'7", 315

    8. David Edwards / Wisconsin / 6'7", 315

    9. Bobby Evans / Oklahoma / 6'5", 301

    10. Ezra Cleveland** / Boise St. / 6'6", 309

    11. Lucas Niang / TCU / 6'7", 328

    12. Scott Frantz / Kansas St. / 6'5", 295

    13. Matt Womack / Alabama / 6'7", 325











    Guard:

    1. Logan Stenberg / Kentucky / 6'6", 320 (Use to watch this kid in high school here for James Clemens)

    2. Steven Gonzalez / Penn St. / 6'4", 336

    3. Ryan Bates / Penn St. / 6'4", 301 (Experience at Left Tackle)

    4. Michael Jordan / Ohio St. / 6'7", 312 (Experience at Center)

    5. Marcus Keyes / Oklahoma St. / 6'3", 309

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    6. Darryl Williams / Mississippi St. / 6'2", 310

    7. Nate Herbig / Stanford / 6'4", 334

    8. Gus Lavaka / Oregon St. / 6'4", 353













    Center:

    1. Erik McCoy / Texas A&M / 6'4", 315

    2. Tyler Biadasz** / Wisconsin / 6'3", 319

    3. Connor McGovern / Penn St. / 6'5", 326 (Experience at Guard)

    4. Adam Holtorf / Kansas St. / 6'4", 295

    5. Nick Harris / Washington / 6'1", 300

    6. Drake Jackson** / Kentucky / 6'2", 303

    7. Jake Hanson / Oregon / 6'5", 297

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    8. T.J. McCoy / Florida / 6'1", 305
     
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    A big reason the SEC is as good as it is is because of the fact they just clean up at OT and DT. Look at any draft list and it's littered with SEC OT's and DT's at the top.

    Jawaan Taylor sticking with his commitment to Miami sure would have things looking a lot differently on that line right now.
     
  3. TedSlimmJr

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

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    T.J. McCoy is one of the quickest you'll ever see at the pivot. Kid is often 2 steps into a reach block by the time anybody else on Florida's offensive line has even moved. Reminds me of Rodney Hudson coming out of Florida St.
     
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    Nice shout on him.
     
  5. TedSlimmJr

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

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    Yeah, Tony McCoy's kid... dad was a defensive tackle for Florida under Spurrier in the early 90's and went on to play for the Colts for almost a decade.

    T.J. originally signed with N.C. State but transferred to UF to be with his dad as he battled leukemia. Heck of a kid. Nice player.
     
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    He is quick off the snap. Hell of an athlete but gets overpowered at times. Still young so all kinds of time add strength.

    Should be the best gator oline since they used to be good ... if the guards hold up. Mullen needs a good line to run his offense so that's at least a step in the right direction.
     
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    Some teams will hate his height. He's listed 6'1" and we'll have to see about that. Athletic limitations will also figure into this as well. When you get him into 2nd gear, he starts to break down and he starts moving like a short-fat guy.

    But he carries a lot of weight on that short frame, which gives him some good anchor, and his initial steps will remind you of someone like Rodney Hudson or Shaq Mason. Really shoots his hands too.

    That position is tough. When you're short and not an awesome athlete, you end up in the 4th round like Brian Allen. But the flip side of that argument is the position is full of standouts who were drafted in Day 3 or not at all.
     
  8. TedSlimmJr

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

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    They can go ahead and give Erik McCoy the Remington. That is one fine looking NFL prospect. Elite prospect in my opinion.

    EDIT: Although it might be at LG at the next level. Needs to clean up on some calls. Seeing too many free rushers coming through aTm's offensive line. They better have that fixed by the time Clemson comes calling next Saturday night.
     
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  9. TedSlimmJr

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

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    Most Underrated: Erik McCoy, Gus Lavaka, Cody Ford, Tyler Roemer.

    Most Overrated: David Edwards, Jake Hanson.
     
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    Center Bryce Harris of Toledo looks like a future star.could be a nice 7th round pick
     

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