PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Second-team tackle Ryan Brodie continues to work hard with the goal of finding his way onto the playing field. The third-year tackle out of Long Branch, N.J., spoke 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com Friday about the development stages in his game since joining as one of the prized recruits in 2012.
Sophomore Ryan Brodie felt the frustration at times while working his way up the depth chart, but the work is starting to pay off with more opportunities.
Brodie spent his first two seasons as a scout team player, and is now a backup tackle in his second spring under coach Kyle Flood.
Brodie, who came in as one of the bigger names in a highly touted offensive line class, spoke 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com about trying to reshape his body and eventually earn a spot on the soon-to-be Big Ten offensive line.