With his parents both being UCLA alumni, it was a big thing in the home of offensive line prospect …
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There is no question that there has been the heaviest attention and excitement in this 2004 recruiting class on the offensive line, where Stanford is still working frantically to undo the damage left by the previous coaching staff. After Kirk Chambers and Mike Sullivan graduate this year, there will be no offensive tackles more senior than the green 2002 recruiting class, and just one interior lineman older than this fall's redshirt freshmen. Though this Cardinal recruiting year may only allow for a class of 12-16 scholarships, I would not be surprised to see five of them go to top offensive line talents. Stanford also made headlines in its last recruiting haul with two-sport athletes, including three Student Sports Grid-Hoop All Americans. Basketball was the second sport of choice for the 2003 class, but baseball has historically been the calling for Stanford's two-field athletes of greatest fame. Darin Naatjes played both just recently on The Farm before being snatched up by the...
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