IHOP: 2014 Tampa Bay offensive linemen, come and get ’em

Corey Martinez, Tampa Catholic 2014 OT
Corey Martinez, Tampa Catholic 2014 OT

***Tampa Bay not limited to the players listed below***

Corey Martinez, Tampa Catholic OT 2014 6-4 295 – Aurguably the most college ready OL prospect. Will compete as a true freshman. Could be an OG prospect.

Isaiah Wynn, Lakewood OT 2014 6-3 280 – The nastiest of the bunch. I’ll take a 15 yarder a game from this kid.

Josh Vizcanio, Blake OC/DT 2014 6-3 298 – Yes Yes Yes, flexible, bright and athletic.

Mason Cole, East Lake OT 2014 6-5 266 – The most upside of the 2014 offensive linemen class.  Has all the tools and is starting to show it! Not good for the competition.

Montel McBride, Plant City OG 2014 6-3 260 – If you don’t know, now you know! Bright prospect, with a high ceiling.

Zachary Hudson, Sickles OT 2014 6-5 250 – Yes, Sickles has a kid that has a little dog in him. Played TE last year, but OT is his natural position.

Cody Martin, Durant OT 2014 6-4 270 – Keep your eyes on him. Could end up in that top tier of guys.

Justo Polanco, Middleton OC 2014 6-2 280 – Interesting prospect who needs to be more consistent. But, has the potential to be dominant. Can easily become a BCS prospect his if he produces great film.

Gary Brown, Alonso OT 2014 6-2 264 – Stil raw, but improving on technique.

Ray Raulerson, Plant OT 2014 6-5 265 – Sky is the limit for him. Will be a Top Dog when all said and done.

Reilly Gibbons, St. Pete Catholic OT/DL 2014 6-6 270 – He has the size, ability and talent. Excited to see him as a senior. Spring showcases vs. Top competition will tell how good he really will become.

Richard Bush, Plant OG 2014 6-3 240 – Does not have the hype, but has the technique and ability.

Zach Shinn, Plant City OL 2014
Thomas Bartley, Armwood OT 2014 6-2 285
Darren Lester, Brandon OT 2014 6-4 270
Dajshon Oliver, Chamberlain OT 2014
JuJuan Stewart, Middleton OT 2014 6-4 285