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'08 Unwrapped: Matt Meyer

Offensive tackle Matt Meyer

Stanford put its foot in the door at Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln High School last year by recruiting current freshman quarterback Nicolas Ruhl. He could be joined by two teammates in two years, including a mammoth offensive tackle in 6'8" Matt Meyer. The Cardinal extended an early offer to the supersized standout, who will be one of the top linemen in the 2008 class. Here is his story.

Big is beautiful.  In the case of Stanford offensive lineman recruiting, at least. The Cardinal staff has been aggressive in bringing in mammoth offensive linemen in the class of 2007, landing commitments from George Halamandaris and Tyler Mabry, both 6'7". So it's no surprise that the Stanford coaches are going after more size in their pursuit of the class of 2008. One standout prospect the... Recommended Stories

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