Posted On: 07/23/20 1:44 PM

The ’hog’ mollies NEVER get enough love! The offensive linemen wallow in animosity until they get a penalty or give up a sack. These following five offensive linemen haven’t received enough attention from college recruiters. Historically, offensive linemen don’t hit their growth stride until college so good college recruiters understand how to project. Heading into the 2020 season, each one of these players is trending up so their recruiting should pick up because finding quality big men to control the line of scrimmage is a tough task.

Jackson WhiteJacksonWhite6'3" | OLOak Park | 2021StateMO, Oak Park (6’3, 280) White is a typical smash-mouth player who is not scared to mix it up in the trenches. He has active feet when pulling and when he does drop his weight and explode into the block, White will move the man off the spot. The Oak Park product is an excellent leader and teammate who makes the entire offensive line room better. White projects well to any interior position along the offensive line in college. Expect his list of suitors to grow as the season wears on.



Dylan HaltermanDylanHalterman6'4" | OLLees Summit West | 2021StateMO, Lee’s Summit West, (6’4, 265)

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