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Taylor Boggs: C/G
Overview: Taylor Boggs is the 2010 Division II AFCA All-American selection at the center position. The 6'3'' 305lb senior has been named to the Strength and Conditioning Coaches of America's All-American team twice during his tenure at Humboldt State…Continue
Added by LeCharles Bentley on January 29, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Anthony Castonzo, T Boston College
Overview: The draft class for 2011 is chock full of extremely talented offensive tackles and Anthony Castonzo is one of the elite. The 2010 All-ACC selection stands at 6'7'' and weighed in at the Senior…Continue
Added by LeCharles Bentley on January 28, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Check out this article on Outland Trophy Winner Gabe Carimi out of the University of Wisconsin. A true example that good linemen always strive to get better.
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Added by LeCharles Bentley on January 28, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Rodney Hudson: G/C Florida State
Overview: Rodney Hudson is an All-American and 2x All-ACC performer out of Florida State University. The 6'2'' 285lb guard is a bit dimunitive in stature by today's standards for offensive linemen. His size may be a concern for some teams but he more than makes up for his size by displaying uncanny usage of hips and leverage. Most undersized linemen do a great job in space and Rodney Hudson is no…Continue
Added by LeCharles Bentley on January 26, 2011 at 10:25pm — No Comments
Offensive line and cornerback are the two positions on the football field that are "learned" skill sets. Here is an article on Outland Trophy winner Gabe Carimi. He is a guy that is fighting the perception that he isn't an elite pass protector. This is primarily a byproduct of playing in the run heavy University of Wisconsin offense. Gabe has committed himself to developing current skill sets and learning new ones. This week at the premier Senior Bowl All-Star…Continue
Added by LeCharles Bentley on January 22, 2011 at 8:50am — No Comments
O-LineTV.com is no longer in service. We are in the process of moving some of the videos over to O-LineWorld.com, and considering developing a DVD as well. More to come on this soon.