101: Brandon Kublanow is a likely starter on at one of the guard spots for the upcoming season. He's not got a ton of experience – he appeared in nine games for Georgia this past season – but he's certainly enough of a bruiser to get the job done. He will be right beside center David Andrews anyway, so there won't be a real issue as it relates to confusion. Kublanow should be ready to be an effective offensive guard this fall.
Days Gone By: Kublanow was the meanest offensive lineman I saw play over the last few years in high school. He signed with Georgia over a slew of other schools. Dawg Post considered him the top offensive guard in the state and the #21 overall player in Georgia. He was a four-star prospect.
Legge's Thoughts: This guy is nasty. He just needs to be detailed in his preparation for the coming season. I can't see other offensive linemen passing him by, but it is certainly possible. That means Kublanow is going to have to come into fall camp ready to lock down a starting spot at one of the guard positions. He should be able to do that. If it is about run blocking Kublanow should be fine. He might need to progress a little as it relates to pass blocking, but I wouldn't call that a weakness as much and I would attribute that to being young.