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WRs and RBs seem to grow on trees in FL, but what about OL? Which states are known for producing offensive linemen? Anybody know? Thanks.
This post was edited by napoleon 17 months ago
The Future is Now.
Somewhere is the Corn Belt I imagine.
Or maybe the Cheese Belt.
nap, Wiscy has the most OL in the league and they generally recruit their own backyard. So Nash is right.
That being said, if you look at this years All Pro team, one is from American Samoa and another from Hawaii. Maybe Joe Tonga has some eligibility left.
Although, the Hawaiian doesn't look like a pacific islander. And Joe Thomas is from Wisconsin.
I knew it! They prolly put a giant cork up the butt of plus size baby boy, and feed him cheese until he swells up like a pufferfish. Wonder if that would work with Hush-Puppies or Cheese Grits.
This post was edited by Nashnole 17 months ago
Nice visual Nash! I'm never gonna eat cheese again. lol. We need to get some Wisky coaches on this staff.
Can, I would think Ohio and Michigan too.
Not sure, but Georgia produces most of the lineman in the SEC. Doak is 20 min from that border.
I bet it is Ohio, Wisc I'm sure does well per capita but Ohio is a fairly large state and feeds 2 of the bigger NFL OL feeder programs in OSU and Mich.
North Carolina always seems to have good ol
Unger I assume? He's white, but born and raised in Hawaii. Kind of cool that he returned to his home state for the Pro Bowl. Very rare for NFL players to be from Hawaii.
Andy, yes sir!
I think Florida has a pretty good crop of OL this year. There may not be a Tunsil, but it's a much deeper group in the limited video I've seen so far.
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