Trey Smith

2020 Unit Rankings – Offensive Line

If you’ve been following along, you know that we’ve ranked the Vols quarterbacks and running backs both No. 4 in the SEC and the wide receivers No. 10. Today, we’re ranking the SEC’s offensive lines.

2020 SEC Offensive Line Rankings

Additional comments

The more I look at Alabama, the more I think Alabama’s going to look like Alabama this fall: Stud running back with a head of steam thanks to an excellent line paired with an able quarterback to manage and balance things out.

Much of my infatuation with the Vols this year is pinned on improvement in the trenches on both sides of the ball. This is especially true on offense, where Tennessee could roll out four former 5-star recruits.

But there’s a logjam beginning at Tennessee and going all the way down to Kentucky. The Wildcats are nearly as strong as Tennessee, with an edge in offensive productivity but a disadvantage in incoming players. LSU lacks returning starts, but makes up for it by recruiting well into a super-productive offense from last season.

Your thoughts

What do y’all think? Where did we get it right? Where are we wrong?

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