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As fresh faces abound the starting offensive corps, tight end/fullback Ryan Hewitt will bring some steadiness to the unit. Hewitt is one of Stanford’s more versatile players. Though he’s not a two-way player in the mold of Owen Marecic, Hewitt transitioned with ease between fullback and tight end last season, and figures to do the same this year, especially with the departure of Coby Fleener.
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Our signature 60 Max Power O Videostat Profile segment covers select players from around the country for the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft starting on April 26th. We aim to cram as much as these in before the picks start rolling in. We kick it off with the inevitable number one pick, Stanford's Andrew Luck:
Andrew Luck has been locked in as the No. 1 pick in the...
Pep Hamilton put his hands on his forehead, closed his eyes and scrunched his face. When it comes to talking about the quarterback competition, Stanford's offensive coordinator is still searching for the answers.
Same goes for the rest of the Cardinal's reconstruction.
Hamilton and defensive coordinator Derek Mason held an informal roundtable discussion with a small group...
He was highly rated in high school, but no service ranked him the No. 1 quarterback in the country, let
alone the No. 1 quarterback of the last 15-plus years. As Andrew Luck started to succeed at Stanford and
NFL teams started to struggle elsewhere, however, that all changed in a hurry.
After losing the starting center job to Sam Schwartzstein last season, Khalil Wilkes dropped off the radar of many Stanford football watchers. However, it appears that Wilkes has gotten another shot at filling one of the two vacated starting spots on the offensive line.