Holt OT Austin Holtz can play both right or left tackle. At 6'5, 260 lbs, he still has much more room to fill out. He is a tough guy who finishes his blocks. If he improves his footwork, he could be a left tackle in college, but his strong run blocking suggests he may be better suited for the right side or guard.
Eastern Michigan offered Holtz earlier in the year and expect other MAC and Big Ten teams to follow suit. He also has a brother at Division II power Grand Valley State and will consider the Lakers as well.
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