Week 4 players to Watch

Posted On: 08/30/20 4:27 PM

WAYZATA-- When I scout offensive linemen, I pay attention to multiple things. I look at how fast their feet are, how much drive they have into knocking their man on their rear end, and my favorite: the guys that keep blocking until after the whistle blows. When I watched our next prospect, OL Blake Bergmann of Wayzata, I saw an offensive line prospect that may be slightly undersized, under the radar, but has solid footwork and speed. Blake could be an asset to a college football program in the coming years in the Class of 2022. What else do I know? Wayzata brews offensive linemen powerful in Syracuse commit Tyler MagnusonTylerMagnusonOLWayzata | 2021StateMN and Alec RasmussenAlecRasmussen6'6" | OLWayzata | 2021StateMN who also has a significant amount of Division I offers. We chatted with Bergmann about his college interest, what is on tap for his 2020 season, etc.

Get to Know Blake Bergmann

Bergmann lines up on either the left or right side of the offensive line at guard. Standing at 6’3 and about 230 pounds, Bergmann uses his speed to overpower and finish thru his blocks. His top strengths are his hard work ethic, his speed, and footwork.

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