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Football Dreaming

Our eighth grader does not yet weigh 80 pounds, despite much effort to gain weight over the last year. Yet he sees himself as a football quarterback. 204 more words

Frank Ragnow (C, Arkansas) - 79

I believe that PFF have Ragnow as a 1st round prospect in the 2018 draft but I’m afraid I see that as an indication of that website prioritising statistics over what you see on tape. 276 more words

College Football

Nate Velichko (G, San Jose State) - 47

Velichko is an experienced and versatile lineman, who has started at both tackle and guard at San Jose State, on both sides of the line.  He is by no means an elite prospect but I do think that his skill-set, allied to this versatility, might make him a viable practice squad candidate for an NFL team in 2018.   201 more words

College Football

OL Part 3: Pass Blocking

Years and years ago, the offensive lineman that dominated the running game, where the ones every team wanted. These days if you had to pick one, you’d want the lineman that protects the QB more than the one that opens holes for the back. 844 more words

VIDEO: Okla. lineman flashes some red-zone skills as a wide receiver

Big boy's got moves! pic.twitter.com/sgcNWgWlXT

— Lineman Probs (@linemanissues) June 11, 2017

Gabe Grulkey is a 6-foot-3, 290-pound rising senior at Yukon (Okla.) High School. The offensive lineman has no doubt been more likely during his football life to flatten opponents than to avoid and elude them.

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2017 Early Offensive Line Rankings

The following rankings are based on the player grades created by PFF. I’m not sure if they have updated all of the starting lineups for 2017 yet because I noticed that a few players listed as starters were incorrect. 352 more words

Offensive Line

Ravens OL Marshal Yanda Named Best In The NFL

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Ravens guard Marshal Yanda was named the best offensive lineman in the NFL by Pro Football Focus.

The six-time Pro Bowler is the second-best offensive lineman in Ravens history just behind Hall of Fame left tackle Jonathan Ogden and is the first player to receive this recognition twice. 71 more words