Here’s a look at the top senior offensive line prospects entering the 2011 season:

Nate Solder, Colorado –
The big fella has been listed as tall as 6’9 and weighs in around 300 pounds, with just eight percent body fat. He also runs a 4.8-forty and has a 34” vertical jump. Solder switched from tight end to left tackle during his sophomore season and hasn’t looked back since, utilizing his athleticism to his advantage in the trenches.

Anthony Costanzo, Boston College –
There’s a reason why Boston College currently has well over a dozen offensive lineman in the NFL, coaching. Costanzo has been schooled on his fundamentals and made a seamless transition as a sophomore, stepping into the starting left tackle void when Gosder Cherilus graduated. The 6’0, 300-pounder has been a staple ever since.

Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin –
A four-year starter, Carimi is as experienced as

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