Posted On: 06/19/20 11:32 AM

This story is the final entry in our series of under the radar athletes and the ninth installment of our series highlighting top talent in the Class of 2021 – who do not have many – if any offers – yet. These are all guys we feel will – especially with big senior seasons – have offers down the road. Right now, they are just under the radar.

We finish with interior defensive linemen. As noted early in this series of stories, these guys would have been a nightmare for an undersized and marginally talented center. After watching these guys play – I know they would have had my lunch because they made much better players look bad last fall.

Ben WestlingBenWestlingOL/DLPrinceton | 2021StateMN – DT Princeton

One on one, most centers are not going to be able to move Westling off the ball. He gets good arm extension when engaging with blockers. Adding to his arm extension, the junior has quick and powerful hands, allowing him to rid himself of blockers quickly. The 6’3" 285-pound athlete is a two-way player. He starts on the interior of the Tigers’ offensive line.

Lumen KoumodjiLumenKoumodjiOL/DLBloomington Kennedy | 2021StateMN – DT Bloomington Kennedy

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