Junior Lineman Drawing Looks

Pickerington North offensive lineman Adam Notestine distinguished himself last season as a sophomore starter, and is now a prospect to watch in the class of 2016 in Ohio.

Following an impressive season as a sophomore starter last season at Pickerington North, offensive lineman Adam Notestine is a prospect to track in the class of 2016 in the state of Ohio.

Notestine, 6-foot-4, 320-pounds, plays offensive tackle in high school, but probably projects as an interior lineman at the next level.

"I'm being recruited by schools such as Tennessee, Ohio State, Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State and most of the MAC schools, but nobody has offered yet," Notestine said. "I attended a lot of camps this past summer, and I thought I performed well at all of them."

"Some of the best camps I went to were at USC, Penn State, Ohio State, Michigan and Michigan State," he added. "Most of these schools all want to see film from my first two games this season."

The size is evident, and Notestine is a mauler on film, using his strength to overpower opponents.

"I like to use my physicality to my advantage, and I love to play to the whistle," he explained. "I need to be better at finishing blocks, and playing even more physical."

EVALUATION: This is a player that looks fairly trim, even at 320-pounds, so the weight room work is evident. Notestine is definitely a big bodied player that will watch closely this season at Scout.com. His offer list will depend on how athletic he can become at his size, and he's a player to watch for 2016.


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