[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I recently came out with my Farrell 50 at the offensive line position for the 2022 season. Here’s the entire list and explanations of some of the more controversial picks in each group of 10.
— Warren Ericson from UGA on this list instead of Warren McClendon raised some eyebrows, especially how well McClendon played in the playoff. But I like Ericson better than most as he’s just so consistent to me. Darnell Wright from Tennessee was too low for some after putting it together somewhat last season.
— Ryan Hayes from Michigan on here instead of Zak Zinter pissed some off, and I can see why but Hayes plays a tougher position. LSU transfer OL Tre’Mond Shorts was way low for some, and he could prove to be.
—Maryland OL Jaelyn Duncan was way too low for Terps fans and even some Big Ten fans so we shall see. Two OU Sooners back to back in this range drew some ire. But I think Chris Murray and Andrew Raym will kill it this year.
— UGA tackle Broderick Jones hasn’t played a ton so checking in at 18 surprised some folks but he’s a potential first-round talent. OU’s Anton Harrison and Wisconsin’s Joe Tippmann were too high for some, and I see why on Harrison. But I believe he’s going to put it all together this season.
— Ahh this was fun. Half of the top 10 were too high according to most with the biggest complaints coming about Andrew Voorhees at USC but just wait and see.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]