April 20, 2007

Positional Breakdown: OL

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Questions heading
into spring

  • Will the offensive
    be able to gel as a group and be effective?

  • How will the
    incoming players perform?

  • Who will be the
    starting offensive line?



Starters


size="2" face="Verdana">Chester Adams size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Fernando Velasco size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Scott Haverkamp size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Chris Davis size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Trinton Sturdivant size="2" face="Verdana">,


Backups

size="2" face="Verdana">Vince Vance size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Tanner Strickland size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Kevin Perez size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Justin Anderson size="2" face="Verdana">, face="Verdana">Josh Davis face="Verdana">,


Reserve/Injured

size="2" face="Verdana">Ian Smith


Biggest surprise
of spring


Trinton Sturdivant. Sturdivant at barely 18 years of
age jumped two more experienced players this spring to
become the Bulldogs starting left tackle. Sturdivant
began the spring at right tackle behind Chester Adams,
but after an injury sidelined Vince Vance he was moved
over to the left side where he promptly beat out Josh
Davis for the top spot. With great athleticism and a good
mind for the game Sturdivant may become a fixture at left
tackle for the next few years for the Bulldogs.




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