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2016 Michigan High School Football Watch List - Offensive Linemen

Football   | Jeff Dullack

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With the start of Week One of the high school football season less than a week a way, it's time to take a look at some of the top offensive linemen in the state of Michigan.


Ja’Raymond Hall – Oak Park

Committed to Michigan, Hall is about as complete of a blocker as you can find in the state of Michigan. An elite run blocker, who has been making an impact on the Oak Park offensive line for the past couple of years. One of Oak Park’s many strength’s this year will be its offensive line, and Hall is a big reason why.

Jordan Reid – Cass Tech

A two-way starter from a season ago, Reid has proven to be a force on both sides of the ball. With a Cass Tech offensive line that will have a handful of new starters this fall, the Michigan State commit will be relied upon to prove stability to the unit this season.

Mustafa Khaleefah – Dearborn

One of the more raw, athletic offensive linemen the state of Michigan has to offer, Khaleefah is committed to Michigan State. Entering just his third season of organized football, Khaleefah will be asked to anchor the Dearborn offensive line this season.

Larry Borom – Birmingham Brother Rice

An athletic, road-grading left tackle, Borom will be tasked with paving the way for a young offense that is aiming to make a return to the postseason after missing the playoffs last year. The success of the offensive line, led by Borom, will play a key role in Brother Rice’s success this fall.

Tyrone Sampson – East English Village

Arguably the state’s best center, Sampson has proven himself to be capable of being an elite run blocker as well as an elite pass blocker. Regarded as a four-star junior, Sampson has already fielded offers from Syracuse, Western Michigan and others and will likely have several other bigger offers by the time the 2016 season ends.

Marquan McCall – Oak Park

Another one of the state’s top interior offensive linemen in the junior class, McCall will make up half of one of the best 1-2 punches on the offensive line, lining up next to Ja’Raymond Hall. McCall has already been offered by Michigan and Ole Miss.

Devontae Dobbs – Belleville

Quite possibly Michigan’s best sophomore lineman, Dobbs already possesses the necessary size and athleticism to be a top offensive lineman. Dobbs has offers from Auburn, Michigan State, Ohio State, Florida and others after just one full season of high school football and more big time offers are likely on the way.