2015 FBU Top Gun 2021 Linemen Showing Promise | Youth1

2015 FBU Top Gun 2021 Linemen Showing Promise

With the practices officially underway for FBU Top Gun, players were able to get out on the field and show off their skills.

Offensive and defensive linemen were put into groups, and after doing individual workout drills with their respective groups, they were paired together and the players battled it out to see who was the best.

Fierce one-on-one battles took place between the two sides, and the intensity was as high as it was anywhere else around the camp. Some of the players showed some dominance on the field, and we decided to take a look at some of the standouts from the first day of camp.

Bryce Foster (OL) – Montgomery, Texas

Foster was the most physically imposing lineman on the field for both sides of the ball. He possesses great strength, uses good hand placement, and has solid footwork for a young offensive lineman. His future is definitely at the tackle position.

Ethan Hand (OL) – Lewis Center, Ohio

Hand was solid all day long for the offensive line group. Another player who definitely projects as a tackle, Hand has a strong upper body and is great in his drops for pass protection.

Tunmise Adeleye (DL) – Fulshear, Texas

Adeleye showed great technique with his hand in run stopping drills. He has extremely long arms and a big frame to go along with great burst off the ball, which will likely steer him to defensive end in the future.

Joshua Williams (DL) – Waldorf, Maryland

Williams was one of the most powerful linemen off the ball for either side during drills. He uses his strength to disengage from offensive lineman, and he shoots off the ball with high intensity.

Andrew Husfelt (DL) – Tucson, Arizona

Much like Williams, Husfelt is extremely powerful off the ball. He has one of the highest motors you’ll see, and he never stops until the whistle is blow. He uses his strength to win most of his battles with offensive linemen. 

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