Posted On: 05/1/21 11:29 AM

With spring practice fast approaching, expect to see lots of offensive linemen start to emerge across the state and earn interest from some major D1 school. The 2023 class is starting to look pretty deep across the offensive line, and there are quite a few from small-towns that college programs need to know about.

Here are a few small-town offensive linemen in the 2023 class who could see their stock rise on the recruiting trail over the next few months…


Devin McRae - Telfair County

In small-town McRae is where you’ll find one of the hard-working linemen in South Georgia. The big 6-foot-3 265-pounder isn’t a giant, but he’s big and strong enough to bully and dominate his opponent on a consistent basis. He shows impressive athleticism for his size and will be asked to play on both sides of the line this fall. He’s quick, plays with a strong base, and has his best football ahead of him. He’s earned some offers recently from Arkansas, Middle Tennessee State, and Georgia State, with more D1 offers likely to come his way. The staff at Telfair County expects him to make a big jump physically this season as he’s really

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