At offensive line Evan Akins is a 6-6, 285 pound offensive tackle from Hudsonville, Michigan. Akins was a two way lineman who played both offensive and defensive tackle. For a big player he moves well. Akins chose Navy over offers from Harvard, Yale and Butler.
Evan Martin (6-3, 280) was an All-State selection during his senior year as a guard. He's a versatile and explosive lineman who played every position except center at Lee's Summit high school in Missouri. Martin also had offers from Air Force, Army, Iowa State, Toledo and VMI.
Parker Wade (6-2, 280) was the offensive center at Ensworth in Tennessee. Wade was best lineman for an offense that finished with 4,276 yards and 404 points in 12 games last year. He was named to the 2012 TSWA All-State team. Wade chose Navy over offers from Air Force, Brown, Austin Peay, Mercer, Butler, Davidson and Tennessee Martin.
Seth White is a 6-3, 265- pound guard from Utah. White is a hard worker in the weight room and a very good track and field athlete. White was the 4A state champion in the discus (161 feet, 1 inch) and 4A state runner-up in the shot put (53-3.25'). White chose Navy over an offer from Army.
Trenton Noller (6-3, 311) is a three star center from Windsor, Colorado. Noller was ranked by Scout.com as the fifth best center out West. He's a big, physical player but is an excellent technician and agile enough to get to the second level.
Adam Amosa is a guard/ tackle from Campbell high school in Hawaii. Amosa (6-1, 265) was named First Team OIA all west All-Star as a senior. Amosa is regarded as an excellent technician with good feet who uses his hands well and is mobile. He has the athleticism to thrive as an option offensive lineman. He'll need some time in the weight room to fill out his frame.
Bryan Barrett is a 6-2, 305 pound offensive lineman from Texas. Barrett was an under the radar recruit. He played right guard for Guyer high school. He's a bulky, physical lineman with good movement skills.
Jacob Hawk (6-5, 285) is a local product from Fort Meade, Maryland. Hawk was a right tackle at Meade high school which won the Class 4A East Region championship last season. He comes from a military family. Jacob chose Navy over Wake Forest, William and Mary, and James Madison.
Tyler Morgenthaler (6-1, 265) played offensive tackle and center for Downingtown East in Pennsylvania. His brother Jack is a midfielder on the Navy lacrosse team. Tyler has been going to Navy's football camp since he was eight years old and always dreamed of being a Midshipmen. Morgenthaler will start his career at the Naval Academy Preparatory School.
Stephen Satchell was a two-way lineman at Independence High School in Tennessee. Satchell played both defensive end and left tackle last year. On defense he made 22 tackles and posted two sacks. He earned 2013 All-District honors. He expected to be an offensive lineman at Navy.
Artie Vasquez is a physical, mauling guard from Vista Murrieta in California. Vasquez is a 6-foot 4-inch, 295 pound lineman who earned second team 2013 All-Southwestern League honors. He's expected to attend the Naval Academy Prep School this year.
Nofo Ti'i is a six foot, 295 pound offensive lineman from La Mirada, California. The mobile Ti'i earned All-Suburban league honors in all three of his varsity seasons. He was a Whittier Daily News All-Area selection in 2013.
Chibuzo Ukandu (6-3, 250) is a local product from the Gilman School in Maryland. He was a two -way lineman. Ukanda's older brother, Azubuike, is a defensive tackle for Maryland. Ukandu initially hoped for a Maryland offer but it never came because the athletic Chibuzo is undersized. In the end, Ukandu chose Navy over offers from Tulane and Charlotte.
Zach White is a 6-2, 285 pound three-year starter for Plano West in Texas. White helped running back Austin Anderson, a Northwestern commit, rush for over 1,000 yards in each of the last two seasons. White initially verbally committed to Lamar University before signing with Navy.
Alec Keener is a 6-4, 265 pound two-way lineman from Cheshire Academy in Connecticut. He'll probably play tackle at Navy.
Nate Hawkins (6-1, 230) is a long snapper with St. Thomas Aquinas in Ohio. Hawkins was ranked as one of the best long snappers in the country by Chris Rubio who runs a kicking and snapping school. Rubio said, "Nate is beyond accurate, consistent and all-around solid with his long snapping. (He's) built well and handles pressure like a champ."
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