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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by citdog View Post
    Y'all can keep your big, fat, slow, and out of shape boys and we will keep winning with 250-270lb men who are quick and lethal.
    Agree here. Very few guys should be over 300, and nobody should be over 330 or so. 350 plus is just being a fat slob.

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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by SFA 93 View Post
    SFA Lumberjacks

    OL:#79 Josh Keith 6-7; 318 (Sr.) JUCO
    OL:#74 Matthew Mora 6-7; 285 (So.)
    OL:#00 John Wilkowski 6-6; 255 (Fr.)
    OL:#70 Sigi Mora-Garcia 6-5; 310 (R/Fr.)
    OL:#00 James Price 6-5; 270 (Fr.)
    OL:#75 Josiah Hunter 6-4; 310 (Jr.) JUCO
    OL:#00 William Youngberg 6-4; 300 (Jr.) JUCO
    OL:#76 Cooper Williams 6-4; 305 (R/Fr.)
    OL:#00 Hayden Young 6-4; 280 (Fr.)
    OL:#67 Jaxon Salinas 6-3; 308 (Sr.) Oklahoma State
    OL:#65 Hayden Scott 6-3; 286 (Jr.)
    OL:#64 Travis Lock 6-3; 286 (So.)
    OL:#66 Zach Mack 6-3; 302 (R/Fr.)
    OL:#60 Shane Roberson 6-2; 310 (Sr.)
    OL:#71 Devonte Jones 6-2; 305 (So.) Baylor
    OL:#52 A.J. Brown 6-2; 305 (So.)
    OL:#56 Deion Bennett 6-2; 300 (R/Fr.)
    OL:#00 Marcos Herrera 6-2; 290 (Fr.)
    Nice! Well done Jacks!
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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by citdog View Post
    Y'all can keep your big, fat, slow, and out of shape boys and we will keep winning with 250-270lb men who are quick and lethal.
    Cal Poly has a similar approach. Being a former O-lineman I love watching triple option football.

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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    55 Branden Parker OL 6-3 295 Jr. Lithonia, Ga. / Miller Grove HS
    56 Malcolm White OL 6-6 300 So. Johnson City, Tenn. / Science Hill HS
    57 Kennington Cadwell OL 6-6 300 Jr. Decatur, Ga. / Columbia HS
    63 Payton Anderton OL 6-2 285 Fr. Gallatin, Tenn. / Station Camp HS
    65 Gabe Dew OL 6-5 270 Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. / Hardin Valley Academy
    69 Cole Strange OL 6-5 260 Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. / Farragut HS
    71 Tyler Martin OL 6-4 280 So. Sevierville, Tenn. / Sevier County HS
    72 Josh Cardiello OL 6-3 290 Sr. Buford, Ga. / Buford HS Georgia
    74 Anthony Johnson OL 6-5 325 Fr. Chattanooga, Tenn. / School of Arts & Sciences
    76 Alex Hooper OL 6-1 305 Sr. Cleveland, Tenn. / Walker Valley HS
    77 Taylor Helton OL 6-5 300 So. Kingsport, Tenn. / Dobyns-Bennett HS
    78 Brian Marshall OL 6-2 290 So. Marietta, Ga. / Marietta HS

    Incomming Additions.....

    Demyan Ross OL 6-5 280 Panama City, Fla. (Bay HS)
    Dakota Davis OL 6-3 275 Knoxville, Tenn. (Bearden HS)

    McClendon Curtis OL 6-7 310 Chattanooga, Tenn. (Central)
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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Mercer's wee little OL bears
    AVG HT/WT = 6-3/284
    Projected Starters AVG HT/WT = 6-3.5/289 (or 'not big enough to run the ball in the SoCon'...so I've been told)

    OL 6'2" 271 LBS - CONNER KRIEGER - REDSHIRT FRESHMAN BOGART, GA. NORTH OCONEE HS - FULL BIO
    OL 6'3" 288 LBS - STANLEY SMITH - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE OPELIKA, ALA. OPELIKA H.S. - FULL BIO

    OL 6'3" 291 LBS - CALEB YATES - SENIOR MURFREESBORO, TENN. OAKLAND HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'3" 257 LBS - CLIFF SNYDER - REDSHIRT FRESHMAN CUMMING, GA. LAMBERT HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'2" 293 LBS - AUSTIN SANDERS - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE STONE MOUNTAIN, GA. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE - FULL BIO

    OL 6'5" 296 LBS - ALEX COMER - REDSHIRT FRESHMAN LEBANON, TENN. WILSON CENTRAL HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'4" 260 LBS - DAWSON ELLIS - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SENOIA, GA. EAST COWETA H.S. - FULL BIO - strong mullet game

    OL 6'2" 293 LBS - MITCH MATHES - JUNIOR LAGRANGE, GA. TROUP COUNTY H.S. - FULL BIO

    OL 6'1" 270 LBS - TY MCLEMORE - REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SMYRNA, GA. WHITEFIELD ACADEMY - FULL BIO

    OL 6'5" 278 LBS - JAKE FLATH - SOPHOMORE LAKELAND, FLA. LAKELAND H.S. - FULL BIO

    OL 6'3" 284 LBS - THOMAS MARCHMAN - SENIOR GAINESVILLE, GA. NORTH HALL HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'5" 290 LBS - ERIC ALLEN - FRESHMAN POWDER SPRINGS, GA. HARRISON HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'3" 275 LBS - TERENCE BRIGHAM - JUNIOR FRESNO, TEXAS HIGHTOWER HS TRINITY VALLEY CC/GRAMBLING STATE - FULL BIO

    OL 6'4" 310 LBS - TREY IORILLO - FRESHMAN KENNESAW, GA. HARRISON HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'4" 297 LBS - DAVID MAY - REDSHIRT JUNIOR ORANGE PARK, FLA. FLEMING ISLAND HS VALDOSTA STATE - FULL BIO

    OL 6'2" 280 LBS - THOMAS MCBRIDE - FRESHMAN FORSYTH, GA. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN DAY HS - FULL BIO

    OL 6'3" 295 LBS - ANDREW ROBINSON - FRESHMAN BIRMINGHAM, ALA. RAMSAY HS - FULL BIO
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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Furman's OLinemen
    Average HT/WT = 6-3.33/281 (also, clearly, too small to run the ball in the SoCon..."they" say)
    Projected Starters HT/WT = No idea, but whatever it is, it will be WAY too small to run the ball in the SoCon; not like those Sammy BullElephants will, anyway.

    No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Year Hometown ST High School
    79 Jonathan Bockhorst C 6-3 275 R-So. Cincinnati OH St. Xavier
    62 Matthew Schmidt C 6-3 290 Sr. Stokesdale NC McMichael
    51 Noah Turnley C 6-2 283 R-Fr. Columbia SC Dreher
    57 Tim Coleman C/OT 6-3 285 So. Stone Mountain GA Pace Academy
    76 Chris Breedlove OG 6-2 263 R-So. Dothan AL Dothan
    69 Terrell Bush OG 6-4 312 Sr. Tuscaloosa AL Tuscaloosa Academy
    66 Reed Kroeber OG 6-4 295 R-Fr. Roswell GA Fellowship Christian School
    74 Cody Wyatt OG 6-2 273 R-Fr. Prattville AL Prattville
    TBD Cole Neely OL 6-2 270 Fr. Fayetteville GA Sandy Creek
    68 Jacob Conrad OT 6-4 286 So. Green Cove Springs FL Clay
    70 Phillip Elliott OT 6-3 263 R-Fr. Atlanta GA Pace Academy
    65 Andy Godwin OT 6-4 271 R-So. Neptune Beach FL Providence
    73 Evan Horst OT 6-3 270 R-So. Loveland OH Archbishop Moeller
    63 Cole Kennedy OT 6-5 305 R-Fr. Raleigh NC Ravenscroft
    72 Bo Layton OT 6-6 278 R-Fr. Knoxville TN Christian Academy of Knoxville
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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by FUBeAR View Post
    Furman's OLinemen
    Average HT/WT = 6-3.33/281 (also, clearly, too small to run the ball in the SoCon..."they" say)
    Projected Starters HT/WT = No idea, but whatever it is, it will be WAY too small to run the ball in the SoCon; not like those Sammy BullElephants will, anyway.

    No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Year Hometown ST High School
    79 Jonathan Bockhorst C 6-3 275 R-So. Cincinnati OH St. Xavier
    62 Matthew Schmidt C 6-3 290 Sr. Stokesdale NC McMichael
    51 Noah Turnley C 6-2 283 R-Fr. Columbia SC Dreher
    57 Tim Coleman C/OT 6-3 285 So. Stone Mountain GA Pace Academy
    76 Chris Breedlove OG 6-2 263 R-So. Dothan AL Dothan
    69 Terrell Bush OG 6-4 312 Sr. Tuscaloosa AL Tuscaloosa Academy
    66 Reed Kroeber OG 6-4 295 R-Fr. Roswell GA Fellowship Christian School
    74 Cody Wyatt OG 6-2 273 R-Fr. Prattville AL Prattville
    TBD Cole Neely OL 6-2 270 Fr. Fayetteville GA Sandy Creek
    68 Jacob Conrad OT 6-4 286 So. Green Cove Springs FL Clay
    70 Phillip Elliott OT 6-3 263 R-Fr. Atlanta GA Pace Academy
    65 Andy Godwin OT 6-4 271 R-So. Neptune Beach FL Providence
    73 Evan Horst OT 6-3 270 R-So. Loveland OH Archbishop Moeller
    63 Cole Kennedy OT 6-5 305 R-Fr. Raleigh NC Ravenscroft
    72 Bo Layton OT 6-6 278 R-Fr. Knoxville TN Christian Academy of Knoxville
    My understanding is that a lot of Furman's linemen will be asked to drop some weight.

    Just for reference, Air Force Academy's offensive line (at least in their bowl game) went 6'4 275, 6'3 280, 6'2 280, 6'2 288, and 6'4 290. Clearly not big enough to run the ball.

    The AFA offense was 11th nationally in TOP, 4th in rushing, 14th in pass efficiency, 39th in total offense (451+ per game), etc. That is, they have a pretty solid offense. I also don't want to hear that they are "just an option offense" either. They threw the ball for 257 against Navy, 280 against New Mexico, and averaged over 23 yards a completion.
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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

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    Samford Projected Starters

    OL 6-7 335
    OL 6-4 312
    OL 6-5 325
    OL 6-6 325
    OL 6-7 345

    Average 6.56 328
    In this year's FBS National Championship Game, Clemson's OL 2-Deep averaged 6-3.8 315 and Alabama's OL 2-Deep averaged 6-4.8 308.

    So, at almost 6-6 328 Samford is most definitely out-recruiting the 2 best college football teams in the country for OL talent. I mean, they must be, right? Obviously Alabama and Clemson would much rather have those Sammy behemoths than the little pee-dabs they have playing for them now. It's just common sense...or...
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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by FUBeAR View Post
    In this year's FBS National Championship Game, Clemson's OL 2-Deep averaged 6-3.8 315 and Alabama's OL 2-Deep averaged 6-4.8 308.

    So, at almost 6-6 328 Samford is most definitely out-recruiting the 2 best college football teams in the country for OL talent. I mean, they must be, right? Obviously Alabama and Clemson would much rather have those Sammy behemoths than the little pee-dabs they have playing for them now. It's just common sense...or...
    Why stop there?

    The Atlanta Falcons, who just put together one of the best offensive seasons in NFL history, have 1 offensive lineman that is over 6'6. They have only 2 offensive linemen that are over 310 pounds.
    FU all the time.

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    Re: Bear's Annual Big Ugly O-line/D-Line Thread 2017

    It really depends on the type of offense you run. I can see why many MVFC teams want the big olines, comes with the recruiting territory too. An offense like UNH, and similar to what Citdog stated, needs guys that are lighter and quicker. UNH often recruits HS tight ends and beefs them up just a bit to play them at tackle. Pretty rare for a UNH olineman to be over 300.
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