Scouting The Offensive Linemen: Class of 2012

Here’s a look at the top junior offensive line prospects entering the 2010 season:

1. Matt Reynolds, BYU (Offensive Tackle) – It’s close to a consensus in the scouting community that Matt Reynolds is the top junior offensive lineman heading into the 2010 college season. In fact, many believe the left tackle could be the first big ugly off the board in the 2011 NFL Draft should the Cougar decide to declare. Much ballyhooed coming out of high school Reynolds chose BYU over Nebraska, California and Oregon among other top programs. He proceeded to redshirt in 2007, following his church mission in Munich, Germany. Upon his return, Reynolds stepped seamlessly into the Cougars lineup at left tackle, where he has started 26 straight games heading into his junior campaign. The first team All-Mountain West performer has been critical to BYU’s explosive attack, particular with his pass protection,

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