Top Prospects: Offensive Line Part Two

There are several offensive line prospects in the class of 2009. This article will cover the second section of offensive line prospects across the state. Many of these players are beginning to receive more interest but hope to have a big senior season to draw more attention to their recruitment.

Several offensive line prospects hope to use the rest of the summer and the beginning of their senior season to increase their exposure. Linemen like Cliff Jones, offensive guard from Memphis – Memphis University School, hope to have a productive senior season in order to draw more attention to their recruitment. Jones is a solid prospect with a good frame and hopes to move up the recruiting charts. He is getting a good amount of interest from schools like Auburn, Alabama, Middle Tennessee, and Vanderbilt

A Middle Tennessee lineman who is garnering interest includes Logan Massengale from Brentwood – Ravenwood High School. Massengale is good prospect with good feet and a good frame. A former quarterback, Massengale is able to couple athletic ability with is 6-6, 270 pounds frame. He already holds offers from Middle Tennessee and Miami Ohio. Massengale hopes to reel in more attention as he is planning on a camp visit to Vanderbilt and take trips this fall to Tennessee and Michigan.

Joseph Sloan from Nashville – Montgomery Bell Academy is also gaining a lot of interest from schools across the country. Sloan most recently took in a visit at Purdue and really seemed to enjoy himself. He is receiving interests from Middle Tennessee, Tennessee, Auburn, Memphis, Illinois, Vanderbilt, and Purdue. Sloan also has plans to attend camps in July at Auburn, Ole Miss, and Louisville.

One East Tennessee prospect who has had an increase in his recruitment is Jebb Lenhart from Pigeon Forge – Pigeon Forge High School (Tenn.). Lenhart currently holds an offer from Middle Tennessee. Other schools after Lenhart include Tennessee, Western Kentucky, and Vanderbilt. Lenhart is thrilled with his first offer but hopes a good start to his senior season will help things pick up.

An East Tennessee native, Hunter Beedle, from Kingsport – Sullivan South High School (Tenn.) most recently competed in Atlanta at the UnderArmour/ combine. Beedle did well enough to make the first team all combine team. He is currently garnering the most interest from Western Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.

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