Posted On: 03/11/21 7:39 PM

A rule of thumb in recruiting offensive linemen is to always look in the Midwest.  The 2022 class might be the deepest crop in the history of the state.  Below is part 1 of our analysis on interior offensive linemen in Indiana.

 

Demon Moore Demon Moore 6'4" | OL R Nelson Snider | 2022 State IN - 6’5” 315- Snider

Moore is the top-ranked interior o-line prospect in the state, despite primarily playing tackle for Fort Wayne Snider.  He’s the most powerful player on the field in every game and easily engulfs defensive linemen.  Moore packs a vicious punch and plays with a mean streak.  He needs to be more consistent with his hand placement and tends to lunge at times.  Moore has excellent arm length and could potentially stay at tackle if he leans out, but for now, guard is his most projectable position.  He currently reports offers from Ohio State, Oregon, Indiana, Purdue, Penn State, Arizona, Tennessee, and Nebraska amongst others.

 

Cade Virgin Cade Virgin 6'3" | OL Castle | 2022 State IN - 6’3” 290- Castle

Virgin primarily plays left tackle for Castle High School, but ideally looks like a center or could play guard at the next level.  He plays like a pit bull and won’t let a defender disengage once he latches on. 

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