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Panthers lead for massive Ohio OL

Panthers lead for massive Ohio OL

University of Pittsburgh Head Football Coach Dave Wannstedt and his staff have been searching for big and athletic offensive tackles. It appears the staff may have unearthed a tremendous prospect from Ohio. Where do the Panthers stand with his 6-foot-7 inch, 310 pound prospect? Read on for details.

Jeff Spikes (6-foot-7 inches, 310 pounds) from Harvey High School in Painesville, OH was considered one of the top junior linemen in the state a year ago. A converted basketball center, he has the size and athleticism to excel on the football field. Jeff expected to dominate throughout the year and accumulate a large group of scholarship offers prior to his senior year. His plan was on track... Recommended Stories

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