All five players on the offensive line stand at least 6-foot-2 and clock in at or above 300 pounds. There are some big bodies that opposing defenses have to deal with.
Yodny Cajuste is a redshirt junior, but he missed all of last season after suffering an injury in the 2016 season-opening game against Missouri.
The Saturday Blitz post nailed these projections on the head.
Our FanSided sister site also had Will Grier penciled in as the starting running back, Elijah Wellman as the starting fullback, Justin Crawford as the starting running back and Gary Jennings Jr. and Ka’Raun White as starting wide receivers.
One addition to that list is David Sills, who will be a starting wide receiver as well. Sills was recently featured in a Sports Illustrated article detailing his football career as a youngster to his playing days, now, in college.
Sills may not have thought he’d be in this position right now — starting at wide receiver for the WVU football team. This is after he offered a verbal commitment to USC at age 13 and transferred out of West Virginia to a junior college team.
Sills now finds himself in the starting lineup for the WVU football team in its season-opening game against Virginia Tech. He likely moved up due to the arrest and suspension of Marcus Simms. Still, Sills has always seen favor in head coach Dana Holgorsen’s eyes and this is a chance to prove he belongs.
A good game against Virginia Tech could mean that Sills appeared on the first-team of the Week 2 depth chart when the WVU football team takes on East Carolina.