1. Cameron

    A lot of too is the offensive system you are running and how well your linemen fit within that framework. Cal’s offensive line, for example, was great for the specific Air Raid attack they were running last year. And I think only one of their guys got drafted. I think Mississippi State is a good example of that, too. (To be clear: I’m not saying they should have been drafted. Just that they were very good for the system they were running.)

    If you are looking at what the NFL will probably end up drafting, I wouldn’t sleep on 2017 Stanford. Lot of guys who fit the mold on that squad.

    • ianaboyd

      I don’t know what to make of Stanford this year, curious to see more. I’m selling on Washington, I think. They just lose so much skill talent on both sides of the ball.

  2. Do you have any information on how to offenses feature a star lineman in the run game?

    How do they use that match-up advantage versus the defense?
    What are the plays they run behind him?
    Do they try to isolate him like a star reciever( ex:put formation away from him).
    Do they move him (pulling, tackle over)?

    I’d be interested in reading your thoughts on this.

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