Position: Offensive Line
Exp: Redshirt Sophmore
Zach Hueter has the physical size to play in the Big Ten and had continued to show improvement over the course of his career. At 6-foot-6, 330-pounds, Hueter should start to show the development needed for him to start to get a look at some serious playing time. If not the choice of the staff going after him late in the recruiting process may proven an expensive one.
Strengths: Physical size.
Weakness: Game experience at the college level.
Overall: Hueter has a chance to really move up the depth chart if others don't continue to work hard in the offseason and enter camp ready to battle.
Why He Made The List: Offensive line play will be very important to the success of the Spartans in 2010. Hueter may prove to be under ranked when we look back at the end of the season as we're sure he'll continue to work hard and push for playing time. If others (Antonio Jeremiah) don't work hard in the summer prior to camp, Hueter will see a sharp move upwards on the depth chart. This is the season for Hueter to start making his move or be left behind.