Posted On: 12/31/20 2:41 PM

The area we call the "DMV" makes up of the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, and it is a hotbed for high school football talent, especially at the offensive line position. The offensive line talent in the 2021 class is a great spectacle to see if want to see players of great size and athleticism to be able to move well in space and demonstrating the strength to move opposing defenders from point A to point B. Here is a look at five 2021 offensive linemen that are from the DMV!

Landon TengwallLandonTengwall6'6" | OLGood Counsel | 2021StateMD 6-6 305 Good Counsel High School (Maryland)

The athletic Penn State commit demonstrates a natural ability to work well in space reaching the second level and get good hand placement on linebackers and drive them out with ease. He demonstrates the ability to engage in initial contact while maintaining good knee bend and base and balance while setting in pass protection.

Jimto ObidegwuJimtoObidegwu6'5" | OLArchbishop Carroll | 2021StateMD 6-5 285 Archbishop Carroll High School (Washington DC)

A key word to describe the Temple commit is "explosive" and he demonstrates that by coming off the ball with low consistent leverage due to being  natural knee bender and shocks

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