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Behind the aforementioned five are some options that should also be involved in the first-team rotation. Fifth-year seniors Junior Uzebu and Jacob Brammer (a North Texas transfer) have been competing at the backup tackle spots and sophomore Gage Pitchford has been competing at guard. Blazek said because of the versatility of Ashmore, Brammer and Castillo on the right side of the line, it’s possible that trio all plays at some point during the same game. Head coach Clark Lea, meanwhile, said he has witnessed a group that has practiced with an identity of toughness and finishing. “Over the next couple of weeks the first five will separate themselves. I think on the whole we still have eight guys that we’re looking at right now that could be a part of that,” Lea said. “We’re pleased with the young part of that unit and how they’re coming along and competing. read more: https://vucommodores.com/connecting-the-dots/
UNT - Four of the Mean Green’s starters return from last season, however apart from Jacob Brammer and Manase Mose, it’s still a bit unclear if UNT has all the answers they need upfront from a talent perspective. Even Mose struggled in pass protection last year, as his Pro Football Focus blocking grades have regressed each season. read more: https://www.underdogdynasty.com/2021/6/29/22553517/conference-usa-preseason-position-previews-offensive-line-cusa-alex-mollette-bobby-deharo