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Mississippi: The Big Uglies

Last year, the state of Mississippi produced one of its' most talented crop of offensive linemen in the state's rich football history. While the 2013 talent pool was especially deep, the next group of sled pushers appears to be a little thin, at least in the early going. A quartet of prospects have begun to distinguish themselves as the Magnolia state's best.

The top name among offensive linemen is Roderick Taylor of Callaway High School. Considered the state's top college football prospect for the 2014 signing class, Taylor has been a known commodity throughout his high school career. CHS offensive line coach Otis Riddley told me two years ago that Taylor had the chance to be one of the top big men the state has produced in some time. Taylor... Recommended Stories

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