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O-line height/weight

Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by DD-214 Alumni, May 16, 2018.

  1. DD-214 Alumni

    DD-214 Alumni Recruit

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    I feel that 6'4" 280 with speed and quickness would be a great size for offensive linemen. They could get under the pads of taller players and push them around to open running lanes. What do you folks think?
    I was a member here about 10 years ago and I really enjoyed reading the comments from the board.
     
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  2. djlhuskerfan

    djlhuskerfan Scout Team 10 Year Member

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    Never been a fan of 6-6 olineman. They don't seem to get leverage in the run game compared to someone a little shorter
     
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  3. canadianhusker

    canadianhusker Red Shirt 10 Year Member

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    6'8" 260
    we need 5 Lebron's and all will be good.
    or maybe 11 Lebron's. Lebron can just throw fades to Lebron all game long while the other Lebron's block.
     
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  4. SoCalRed

    SoCalRed All Big 10 5 Year Member

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    That doesn’t mean they don’t exist. I tend that they don’t need all 6-6 players!
     
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  5. inthedeed

    inthedeed Recruit 5 Year Member

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    get an x-ray of their heart size might be helpful
     
  6. Redfish

    Redfish Red Shirt 5 Year Member

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    People tend to mirror their leadership, meaning that attitudes, willingness to work hard and do the right things the right way tend to prevail. 6-6 or 6-8 if they are taught the right way and execute those things to the very best of their abilities, I don't think it makes a lot of difference. If you have an athlete and someone with a lot of heart and desire, I think they can be successful. I think our walk on linemen of yesteryear kind of show that.
     
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  7. Ackos

    Ackos Heisman 15 Year Member

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    UCF OL ranged from 5'9'' to 6'6", weight 247 to 330.
     
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  8. Native

    Native ToungeInCheek since 2010 5 Year Member

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    Well, that clears things up. ;)
     
  9. DD-214 Alumni

    DD-214 Alumni Recruit

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    That is kinda what I was getting at.
     
  10. chicago husker

    chicago husker Scout Team 2 Year Member

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    SF offense is based on endurance and speed with quick feet. so height and weight are a bonus.
     
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  11. Huskerthom

    Huskerthom Blackshirt 2 Year Member

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    6'2" - 6'4" 290-310 Are my general rule. However I also think that how the weight is distributed matters. See below. Not a lot of fat in that pic. Most the chests are bigger than waists. Awful lot of big muscular arms.
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    Never been a fan of guys that look like this.
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  12. ksuhusker

    ksuhusker In a tree somewhere 5 Year Member

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    So Damion Jackson to O Line
     
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  13. Native

    Native ToungeInCheek since 2010 5 Year Member

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    in a snap! ;)
     
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  14. Florida Husker

    Florida Husker Scout Team 2 Year Member

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    I think he ate the Razorback mascot for his pregame meal.
     
  15. Huskerthom

    Huskerthom Blackshirt 2 Year Member

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    That very well could be.
     
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