Posted On: 03/30/20 12:42 AM

One of the best positional units in all of Minnesota high school football last season was the Wayzata Trojan offensive line. The moving-crew truly paved the way for the run-first and eventually undefeated 6A state champions, and capped off their dominance by helping Mankato St. RB commit Christian VasserChristianVasserRBWayzata | 2020StateMN rush an absurd 49 times for 285 yards and 5 TDs in the state championship game against Champlin Park at U.S. Bank Stadium. Despite graduating OL stalwarts like Jac CarverJacCarver6'6" | OLWayzata | 2020StateMN (6’6, 300 - committed to Concordia St. Paul) and Jonas Waskosky (6’0, 250 - uncommitted), it seems that the Trojans best offensive lineman have yet to see their heyday. Case in point: Alec RasmussenAlecRasmussenOLWayzata | 2021StateMN. The 6’6, 260 lb. mauler worked his tail off to grind through a broken arm and a concussion in 2019 to get himself off of the JV squad and into the starting varsity lineup on one of the best OL’s in the state just in time for the Trojans playoff run, and found himself playing just about every snap in the 2019 6A state championship game. That is not easy to do, and when you watch Rasmussen’s film it is easy to see how the Trojan coaches just

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