Ohio State and Michigan are tearing it up on the recruiting trail in 2013, loading up their offensive and defensive lines. For Ohio State, last year’s defensive line recruiting was arguably unmatched. Mix that in with the current commits for 2013, and you’re looking at perhaps the best D-line pull in the last two years.
Flip it around, and Brady Hoke has done a great job in getting the Michigan offensive line back to where it was before the Rich Rodriguez days. Though these opposing lines might not be going against each other right away, it’ll be a fun sight to see the dog fights that occurs in the trenches in the next few years.
In 2012, Urban Meyer and Ohio State brought in three 5-stars on the defensive line (all ratings courtesy of Scout.com’s prospect rankings). Noah Spence, Adolphus Washington and Tommy Schutt all received playing time as true freshmen last season.
Michigan brought in highly-touted offensive…
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