The Parkview Boys on Film

<img src=> Wonder what all the fuss is about when it comes to the Parkview offensive line? See for yourself in this video clip containing highlights of their 58-0 demolotion of Meadow Creek last Friday evening. With three division I-A prospects up front, you can see why Parkview hasn't lost a game in almost 3 years.

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Parkview High School is home to three of the top offensive line prospects in the country and the Clemson Tigers have been in the running with all three of these athletes since the very beginning.

This video contains first half highlights of the Panthers' 58-0 destruction of an overmatched Meadow Creek last Friday night, at Parkview's home stadium, "The Jungle."

David Overmyer (#79) lines up at left tackle, Zeb McKinzey (#77) is at right guard, and Brandon Pilgrim (#76) is the right tackle.

#76 Brandon Pilgrim
Parkview High School
Currently favors the Tigers over Georgia, Virginia, and Northwestern. Pilgrim, projected as an offensive tackle at the collegiate level, moves well for his size and is an excellent run blocker. He also has already set an official visit to Tiger Town the weekend of January 10th.

#77 Zeb McKinzey
Parkview High School
McKinzey, projected as a guard at the next level, is the highest rated of the three and has Clemson in his top 2 along with Georgia. However the Bulldogs may be the team to beat in the end for his services. Regardless, he'll be in Clemson for an official visit the weekend of January 10th.

#79 David Overmyer
Parkview High School
Overmyer likes Clemson, Florida State, Miami, and Georgia, however the Seminoles may end up being the team to beat in the end. Distance is a big factor with Overmyer, so even if the Canes were to move in hard, Florida State and Clemson will likely be the teams to beat. He too will be in Clemson the big weekend of January 10th.

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