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Kansas City Chiefs will rely on small schooler Eric Kush to Anchor their line
When you talk about relying on someone, I cannot think of a better player to put the weight for the Kansas City Chiefs. Eric Kush is from a small school in CalPa, but don’t let that fool you. This kid is a true gamer, and is one of the most nitty gritty players you will ever meet.Eric Kush is probably one of the best all around offensive lineman in the entire NFL Draft. I watched several games of the Vulcan center, and the first word that comes to my mind is versatile. Versatile is a perfect word for a person that can play anywhere on the offensive line. Over his career he has been asked to play up and down the line, and I feel at 6’3 and 302 pounds, he can play any position, but is more likely to be used as a guard or center at the next level. I had the opportunity to sit down with Eric and ask him some questions pre draft. Check out what he said here:
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