There are three candidates fighting for those spots according to offensive line coach Steve Greatwood, stating that seniors Mana Greig and Everett Benyard and junior Hamani Stevens have the inside track to start this fall.
"All three of those kids I have no qualms about starting games. They've all played a ton of football there," Greatwood said.
"I think our older and more experienced guys are playing at a pretty high level. The less experienced guys it's kind of a roller coaster ride."
"My biggest concern is developing depth at both of those tackle spots," Greatwood said.
That's where Cameron Hunt comes into play. Hunt was the most heralded of five offensive line recruits, according to scout.com and in this case that has transferred onto the practice field, where he "has the best shot to play" as a true frosh, Greatwood says.
"Cameron Hunt has shown some pretty good promise at the tackle spot. He's probably more polished than the rest of them right now," Greatwood said. "He is technically pretty far advanced for a high school kid."
Here's what Greatwood had to say about the rest of the class of 2013 OL.
On Doug Brenner (Center):
"He's a physical guy. Great strength level. He's got great size and has the perfect aptitude for the center spot."
On Elijah George (Tackle):
"Given time he'll develop into a fine tackle for us. The athletic quotient is really really good. He came from a program where they didn't ask him to do a lot of things that we do."