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Spring ball about a month away. Just looking through the depth chart for position battles:
RB - Brown vs Ross
C - Conaboy vs Mulrooney
LG/RG - Arnett vs Zeller vs Altamirano
DE - Jefferson vs Anderson
DE - Bowers vs Monroe vs Braglio
SAM - Thompson vs Logan
MO - Goree vs Twine
WILL - Whitfield vs Murphy
CB 3 - Likely vs Hill vs Goins
SS - Robinson vs Davis vs Dancel
FS - Nixon vs Hendy
I think we will have true freshmen win both of the staring OLB spots during summer/fall camp (Brooks, Ngakoue)
Let me know if there is anything I may have incorrect or have missed.
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I think Alex Twine is probably pretty safe at SAM, both in the spring and for next fall. If Yannick Ngakoue ends up at WILL perhaps he can challenge Whitfield at WILL in the fall, but its hard to predict freshman.
The DE positions are interesting as you have at least five guys with at least a shot at one of the two starting spots in Monroe, Bowers, Anderson, and Jefferson. I think Monroe and Bowers would be the slight favorites.
It will be interesting if the staff keeps Mulrooney as teh backup Center if they think hes one of the best five O-Linemen and better than the options at G.
Flacco to Torrey
What about our Right Tackle situation? Any word/thoughts on how that might shake out?
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Good question. Klemm is not an average ACC OT, imo. Hopefully Doyle can push. Not sure we can expect much, if anything out of Wheeler since i don't think he's gotten on the field yet. Will be interesting to see if Zeller is given a shot at tackle. I would guess that Grey will be in the two deep to start the season, hopefully he can be held off by a more experienced guy, to allow him chance to get acclimated. I would satisifed with what Madaras did last year, but it would have been much better if we had a better LT to have allowed him to come along slower, imo.
Good call. I guess it's Klemm and Doyle, Gray vs the winner is the Summer.
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