Posted On: 11/21/20 12:15 PM

Let’s face it, how productive is offense without the guys up front paving the way to your passing game and your rushing attack? With that being said, the offensive line is one of the most underappreciated units in all of football. What are we doing in the Dakotas to change that narrative? With offensive linemen, you have heard the term "Hog Molly," which defines an offensive lineman that works in the trenches to pave lanes for his running backs and gives his quarterback the ample time make a big throw.

I give you the Class of 2021 nominees for the inaugural Prep Redzone Dakotas "Hog Molly of the Year" award for the state of South Dakota. You’ll also meet a few names that might be taking this award home next year from the 2022 class. We will decide on a winner of this award next Wednesday at 8 PM Central Time. Enjoy!

Sam KohlsSamKohls6'4" | OLSF Roosevelt | 2021State, Sioux Falls Roosevelt

Kohls has some of the faster feet on this list. His positioning on the line is stout at 6’4 310 pounds that are also in the driver’s seat on multiple defenders’ levels. His ability to shove defensive linemen around almost looks

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