Matthew J. Castner – OG
Blessed Trinity

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


University of Cumberlands Commit

HT: 6'1.2″
WT: 295
GPA: 2.85
ACT: 23
Class: 2016
40: 5.5
Shuttle: 4.87
Vertical: 28″
Squat: 555
Bench: 365
Power Clean: 335

What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?

My work ethic; my heart and my ultra-competitiveness. I work just as hard every day off the field as I do on the field. Team first and Team always before me. Every day is an opportunity to get better and learn. I do not make excuses – I make improvements. “I don't get tired.”

Castner is one of the biggest sleepers in the state of Georgia at OL. Continuously you see him go head-to-head with 3 & 4 star recruits and he dominates. Castner is a great competitor, and during the playoffs he plays the whole game on both sides of the ball. Last week he went toe-to-toe with Jefferson’s Caleb Chandler and Dontae Wilson. The week before, he pancaked a 4 star defensive tackle using his strength and explosiveness. Castner usually averages around 6 pancakes per game. If he was a few inches taller (6’1.2″ 295) then a lot of colleges would come calling but the film speaks for itself.



  1. Kid is a mauler

  2. Physical at the point and finishes blocks.

  3. Reply Post By Rodney Vaughn

    Nasty and great hands. Great down blocker and drive blocker.

  4. I’ve watch Castner play several games this past season with BT. He is very physical and downright nasty player on the offensive line and the defensive line. He has a great motor. He is very physical and is a salty type of player. He is a throwback. Virtually every play seems like it is about to be a fight. He likes to mix it up and it is obvious he likes to finish. The block he laid on 4 star Antuan Jackson that was on this site several months back was impressive. Definitely fun to watch, unless you are on the other team.

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