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No way Bennett moves to the O-Line. Besides the fact that Urban said he was one of the five best defensive linemen this spring, the staff is going to rotate so many guys in and out that the more athletic bodies we have, the better. Bennett's projected to start next year at SSDE too.
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I agree with Wariner. Bennett's tape was one of the best Oline tapes I have ever seen. He just pancaked the opposition on every single play. However, he is a high motor player that needs to see the field, where ever he wants. I think it is too early to say his NFL future is on the offensive side of the ball. A lot depends on how big he becomes. If he stays at 275, then it seems that defense end is more realistic.
he wouldn't let his players pose in the Playboy All-American magazine edition, he said, "Cause you can't play football with an erection."
Bennett might not move to OL, but I remember his HS videos...man, that kid was MEAN and would trash anyone in his way. Furthermore, what a motor...he never stopped blocking. That said he is a guard and we need OTs.
Can someone help me? Defensive linemen are more athletic than offensive lineman. What qualities make a player a better offensive lineman? Do you just look for big long people for an OT and does it matter if he is not a good athlete? Does he just need size and a couple quick steps to be an OT? I have wondered why not recruit a defensive lineman who is big and athletic and train him for offense. Any of your collective wisdom would be appreciated and thank you.
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