USC Recruiting Notebook: Class of 2018 overview

Discussion in 'Trojan Recruiting' started by JohnnyCurren, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. mvpreed2

    mvpreed2 Junior Member


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    OL are unique in that some can play anywhere on the line and still be effective.
    Look at Tuerk and Lobendahn, both played C/G/T at some point in their careers before they left.

    That another reason why you like to recruit the big 6'5+ OL because you could slide them inside and have a guy like Vorhees who is built like an OL that could play OG.
    McKenzie is another big body that I would love to have at OG to pair with a tank on the edge at OT.
    6'4 or 6'5 OL are being recruited for that same reason at some programs.
    It wouldn't be a matter of whether they play OG or OT, but if they play on the left or right side of the line.
     

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