UA Wednesday Notebook: Team White DLs

The strength of the Team White defense may turn out to be the defensive line. Extremely talented players are found up and down the front retaining wall of the defense.

Sam Montgomery is a maximum effort guy. He has a great motor and a great attitude. He is already beginning to showcase his winning personality and he is popular among his teammates.

Corey Adams really played well this morning. One of the first snaps saw Adams on his backside, but he was the hammer rather than the nail the rest of the day.

On one play Corey was able to shoot the gap and slap the ball free from Quarterback Richard Brehaut just as he completed his drop.

Florida commitment Gary Brown may have been the most dominant player on the defensive line this morning. He is hard to block and when he really exerts himself he is going to overpower the offensive line.

Brown is a sure handed tackler. There is no breaking the tackle. Once he puts the clamps on the ball carrier, it is time to blow the whistle.

Craig Roh, a Michigan commitment, is an interesting prospect. He has a rather unorthodox approach to his three point stance. He really flattens out his back. He gets good pad level, but he is often the last to spring from his stance.

Craig did a very nice job getting off of blocks and flowing down the line to make a play. I really like his athleticism and I am anxious to see what he looks like after a year in a college weight room.

Antwan Lowery is a load inside. Lowery is currently committed to Rutgers, but there is some talk that the Gators may be closing in.

Lowery does a nice job of staying low and avoiding being stood up by an interior offensive lineman looking to create a hole. Antwan just eats up and space and creates piles at the point of attack.

Justin Chaisson had a good morning including a sack where he blew by the offensive tackle and shot up the field.

He has a very good first step and he does a good job staying out of the trash.


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