Lisoski is a bookend OT for Butte

Butte OT Brady Lisoski (6-4, 330) is a versatile player, able to play on either side of the line for the Roadrunners. As a freshman, the talented line prospect earned All-Conference and All-League honors from his right tackle position and this fall, he may switch to the left side, depending on how things work out...

"I played both the left and the right side this spring," Lisoski told JCFootball.com. "It sorta depends on what guys we have emerge over the summer.

"I can play either side though. It really doesn't matter to me. I just want to help my team anyway that I can."

Lisoski prepped at Redmond (Wa.) High School and was unable to qualify, so when he began looking around for a JUCO program, he said it was a pretty easy choice.

"I really learned a tough lesson," Lisoski said, admitting he didn't take school as seriously as he should have. "My grades weren't where they needed to be, so when I started looking around, Butte had just won the National Championship (after the 2008 season) and I really liked the staff here and how well players did getting out to four-year schools."

With his size and athleticism, Lisoski earned All-Conference and All-Region honors and is getting a lot of early attention from schools across the country.

"Before we finished spring football, I talked a lot with New Mexico, New Mexico State and Arkansas State," Lisoski said. "I'm also getting a lot of stuff from Tennessee, Cal and USC, but I haven't really talked to a lot of schools since we finished practicing.

"I have quick feet and that's what a lot of schools said they noticed about me. Right now I think I'm probably a better run-blocker, but I feel like I can pass-block pretty well too.

"One thing I've been working on is my hand-placement. I do drills where I focus on the spot where I need to put my hands and you simulate hitting that spot every time. It's a lot harder than you'd think, but I'm getting it down and I think it will really help me this year."

Lisoski is on pace to finish his AA degree in May and he'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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