Southmoore offensive line: Stronger = better
With four starters back from a year ago, Southmoore knew experience wouldn’t be a problem on the offensive line. And this pre-season, the SaberCats have found out that talent isn’t in short supply, either.
“The offensive line has looked good,” said Southmoore coach Chris Jensen. “We only lost one guy and we’re stronger and more physical than last year.”
Mason Myers (6-3, 276 pounds) and Kimes Gilbert (6-0, 221) have stood out, but the overall strength of the line has made everyone better.
“Last year, we weren’t as strong or big as we needed to be for the long haul,” said Jensen. “Not having a weight room until Week 9 had a lot to do with it. But we’ll be better prepared for games late in the season this time.”
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