Posted On: 07/21/20 12:00 PM

As players prepare for the 2020 season, several high-level players have yet to receive much recruiting interest. These are the best offensive lineman in the 2021 class without a college offer at any level.

Anthony GrandberryAnthonyGrandberry6'3" | OLFarmington | 2021StateMI | 6’3", 260 | Farmington

Grandberry has the size, length and athleticism to play at the next level. He is an smooth mover that makes easy climbs to the second level in order to seal off linebackers. He will need to get stronger and add bulk, but he has the frame and athleticism that college coaches look for at the position, so it is surprising that he hasn’t received any interest to this point.

Elijah ReillyElijahReilly6'3" | OLDetroit King | 2021StateMI | 6’3", 290 | Detroit King

Entering his senior season, Reilly already has college level size and can play either guard or center. He does a good job of using his strength and power to generate movement up front and open holes for his running backs. Reilly plays for a big time program in Detroit King and should get plenty of exposure to college coaches this season.

Gavin WisniewskiGavinWisniewski6'3" | OLHartland | 2021MI | 6’3", 260 | Hartland

Wisniewski plays center for the Eagles, but I

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