2004 Offensive Line

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  1. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    2003 Offensive Line

    This years offensive line looks to have size and talent, two-deep. I see 10 players who seem to have the tools.

    Tackles -- Whitworth 6-7, 310; Reed 6-3, 290; McGill, 6-4, 300; Livings, 6-5, 315; Comeaux 6-5,320

    Guards -- Peterman 6-5, 300; Niswanger, 6-5, 290; Dyakowski 6-4, 300; Arflin, 6-4, 300

    Center -- Wilkerson 6-4, 290

    I wouldn't be surprised if Reed moves to guard. He seems to lack the height needed to get leverage on a quick DE (see Cotton Bowl). One of the guards may have to back up Wilkerson at center. With an new OL coach other position changes could happen. Looks like a redshirt year for incoming offensive linemen, which is a good thing.

    What do you folks see?
     
  2. 2003 or 2004?
     
  3. Hub

    Hub Founding Member

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    I think Red means '03 if he's still talking about Peterman and Reed.

    I like it Red. No need to move one of the guys to center. One of the kids coming in this year.....from Rummel i think is projected to be a center in college. can't think of his name.....but he is considered to be the best O-Lineman coming out of LA this year.
     
  4. I like it too. Whitworth is going to be scary in the next couple of years. I also can't wait to see Livings and Dyakowski, I've been hearing alot of good things about those guys. Hopefully this coaching change will also make a difference next year.
     
  5. TigerLifer3

    TigerLifer3 Founding Member

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    I think you are......

    I think you are referring to Garrett Wibel, he came in Last years recruiting class
     
  6. Hub

    Hub Founding Member

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    No, i found it. I am talking about Jerry Sevin who is in this years recruiting class.....he is out of John Curtis not Rummel.....I got mixed up.
     
  7. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Wibel might be good enough to play as a reserve, coming off a redshirt year. I hope he's a center. Sevin will probably be redshirted, it usually benefits offensive linemen.
     

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