Posted May 09, 2012 on illinois.scout.com
The Fighting Illini continue to seek extra depth in the offensive line. Besides those who already have scholarship offers, there are a number of others who could impress enough for offers later this year. One of those is St. Louis lineman Myles McIntyre. He attended a Junior Day and left with a strong impression of the Illini and their coaching staff.
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