Posted April 11, 2012 on stanford.scout.com
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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