Scouting Scoop Senior Offensive Lineman


Recruit Georgia identified 5 senior offensive lineman who colleges have slept on this fall. Read the latest scoop about these war-daddies and click their HUDL film/RG Profile to watch their highlights. 

Austin GibbsAustin Gibbs Allatoona OG

Gibbs does a great job of setting up his block with his feet and sealing off his defender. Gibbs maintains leverage with his opponent and does a good job of engaging the defender throughout the play. The Allatoona offensive lineman has decent size at 6’3″ 265-pounds and should be able to compete at the FCS level. He would be ideal in a zone blocking scheme, but has the versatility to play anywhere across the line, and under an array of offensive schemes. – RG Profile

Andwele Richards Stockbridge OT

Richards is a run blocking offensive lineman that can get to the next level in a hurry. He had over 20 pancakes this year. He plays tackle in Stockbridge’s spread option attack, and constantly firing off the ball, up field to the second level. Richards (6’3″ 285) has impressive leg drive and does a good job of locking his arms out driving the defender into a pancake. Hardly any footage of him passing blocking. Richards is a raw player, but has good athleticism to play in a spread attack, with a heavy run emphasis. – HUDL

Matthew CastnerMatthew Castner Blessed Trinity OG

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 putting up 7 pancakes, 12 tackles & and even a blocked PAT. 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. – RG Profile

Rashun Mack Dalton OT

Mack has the frame to really be an impressive offensive lineman at the next level. He has a long wingspan, and has the prototypical frame you see in a lot offensive tackles. He will obviously need to redshirt to put on weight (245-pounds), but with quick quick feet and a 6’5″ frame there is a lot to work with. Mack is a high-ceiling prospect and a recruitment that could heat up soon. – RG Profile

Mack NashMack Nash Camden Co. OT

Nash is a jumbo athlete who could play a lot of positions at the next level at 6’5″ 255-pounds. He made All-Region OL according to the AJC and was recently offered by Iowa State to play OT. Nash is very athletic for his size and plays tight end on offense and nose tackle on defense. Camden Co. is a heavy run-option team and Nash spends a lot of time pulling across the line or firing off and blocking at the second level. Occasionally, he sneaks pass the coverage for an easy catch, but Nash shines as a run blocker. He could easily end up weighing over 285-pounds in a few years. – HUDL





One Comments

  1. Reply Post By Nik Sfondouris

    It baffles me that Mack Nash #80 Camden County HS doesn’t have any ACC/SEC offers…whoever gets him will be lucky…he has the X Factor……read somewhere In Game Magazine he class ranked 4/600 SAT over 2000 GPA 4.97 unweighted…AP Scholar with honors.,,versatile huge flexible fast strong starts and plays both ways in probably toughest 6A-region 1 GA classification if you look at his film he destroys all his opponents no doubt guys with big name offers he is not committed anywhere yet though…will keep following you man

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