WATCH: Alex Forsyth Talks Progress of Offensive Line in Spring Football

The entire offensive line returns and has much more depth than a year ago.
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A year ago the offensive line was faced with a tall task: replacing an entire veteran offensive line from 2019. The unit wasn't up to the typical dominant standard we've come to expect under the direction of Mario Cristobal and Alex Mirabal, but 2021 is another chance for the group to develop.

Oregon returns all five starters along the offensive line, who are joined by four early-enrollee freshmen from the loaded 2021 recruiting class in Jackson Powers-Johnson, Kingsley Suamataia, Bram Walden, and Jonah Miller. Forsyth echoed Alex Mirabal's statements from last week, saying this off-season has been much more normal, and the offensive line has been able to return to more of the routine it was used to before the days of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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