When it comes to OL recruiting you have to walk the fine line of recruiting blue chip kids that can start in year 2 while also back-loading your roster with depth players that need 3 years of strength and conditioning and growth before they are ready. You have to project players to fill the gaps in recruiting b/c if you fill up a couple of years with blue-chip prospects you will scare some top guys away. For instance, look at Alabama, yes their line was nice this year but they were not up to the typical Alabama standards we have grown accustomed to. That is because they had so many studs the prior 2 seasons they missed some bigger name recruits and their talent is now down. Their OL got whipped by Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl. When was the last time a Big 12 team's DL whipped an SEC OL? I have no problem recruiting projects like this as long as you limit it to a couple kids per class.