Posted On: 04/23/20 3:06 AM

I’ve been making a deliberate effort to not try and discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and its affect on the college recruiting landscape for the MN preps I am blessed to cover, but with campus visits and even face-to-face meetings delayed it’s time to dive headfirst into promoting the c/o 2020 unsigned athletes from each and every position group on the gridiron. These '20 athletes are the most impacted, so any kind of exposure these articles can provide will hopefully be helpful and important. Northstar Football News will continue these features with the forth installment of the series where we will head over to the offensive side of the ball, and focus on the foundational position for any championship football team: the offensive line. Minnesota is definitely known for producing some hogs up front, and has a tradition of these kids finding success at the FBS, FCS, DII, DIII, and NAIA levels. Much like the NFN features reviewing the defensive side of the ball, there are some studs still available in the 2020 OL class. Whether you’re a coach in need of interior Olineman, offensive tackles, or even potentially DLineman there’s some kids left for you as All-State, All-Metro,

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