75, Corey Hilliard, Jr., OG
6-5, 300, New Orleans (Jesuit), LA
We love his attitude as he willingly moved -- not once, but twice -- during the spring to help better the offensive line and the team as a whole. Now starting at right guard, Hilliard is very valuable as he can really move and is athletic for a 300-plus pounder. He is looked at by teammates as a leader, and his acceptance to moving and enthusiasm for the offense went a long way to selling it to the football team as a whole. With continued progress he will join Charlie Johnson in the NFL in two years.
Player Analysis: Corey Hilliard
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