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Spring Battles to Watch - Offensive Line

Will Riva impress this spring? (Dawgman.com)

It's a truism in football; the game is won up front. The battles in the trenches sets up everything else that happens. And for the first time since the 2007-2008 season, Washington shouldn't have to break in a starter; eight returners with starting experience should ensure that. But that doesn't mean there won't be some real battles with some newcomers this spring.

Offensive Line: Erik Kohler, Jr. 6-4 299 Colin Tanigawa, Jr. 6-3 281 Micah Hatchie, Jr. 6-5 293 James Atoe, Jr. 6-6 335 Ben Riva, Jr. 6-6 302 Michael Criste, Jr. 6-5 295 Dexter Charles, So. 6-4 292 Siosifa Tufunga, So. 6-2 307 Shane Brostek, So. 6-4 280 Ross Dolbec, So. 6-6 300 (Walk-On) Ben Teichman, So. 5-11 274 (Walk-On) Jake Eldrenkamp, RFr. 6-5 292 Nathan Dean, RFr. 6-5 282 Cory Fuavai, RFr...

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