One of the toughest linemen I saw all year was Rocko Khoury. He was simply a blue collar, hard working kid who didn't say much, but simply handled the man across from him consistently.
He isn't quite quick enough to play left tackle, but other than that, he could play any other spot on the line. He is better suited for the interior and it is believed he will begin his Michigan career as a center although that could change.
The thing to like about Khoury as well is that he is very technically sound and is coachable. He isn't super big, super quick or super strong, he won't wow you with measureables, but he is a football player plain and simple.
All that put together makes Rocko Khoury our #19 senior recruit in the state of Michigan.
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