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By LARRY VAUGHT
Strength coach Rock Oliver has told Phillips that several incoming freshman offensive lineman strength-wise could be capable of playing this season.
“He said they are as strong as the guys who just left and they were fourth- and fifth-year players,” Phillips said. “Some are capable of playing. We feel a couple will be able to help.”
The freshmen offensive linemen certainly have impressed Warford.
“We have some really, really strong guys in here. One of them, Zach Myers, that boy is a tank. He is stronger than me already. He is really good. He is so smart. Usually when freshman offensive linemen come in it is really hard to pick up the offense. Zach is really doing well and picked everything up faster than I ever did. He is surprising me some every day,” Warford said.
“Jordan Watson and Jordan Swindle and Jon Toth, they are all doing so well right. T.J. (Jones), too. They are so focused as freshmen and have such great attitudes. Some of them are going to help us this year.”