I voted for O Line simply because of the depth issues, and I expect Taylor Decker to get some PT this season. I also wouldn't be suprised for more incoming frosh to make their way onto the 2-deep. I think the O Line really needed these new players.
I think it's clear some of the frosh on the D Line will also get some PT. We know they're going to rotate a bit to stay fresh.
I'm with you BP, OL needs help & Secondary's not too shabby. I did ponder RB's as well, since Jordan injured his foot, & Brionte looks good, too... but that really falls on Carlos.
O Line for sure. D Line is already stacked without any freshman. O Line not so much.
BassPlayer is wise.
I read it a different way.
I looked at the question as benefitting the most, not necessarily who needs the most help because that particular starting unit is thin. Even though we have great players on the D-Line, I think they will benefit the most with the new talent coming in, possibly to rotate fresh players all the time in a seamless transition in terms of talent. It's good to have fresh players on the D-Line.
Decker, O'Connor, Dodson, Boren will all greatly benefit the OLine IMHO. 2 of them might start for pete's sake. Don't think we will see any freshman starting on the DLine.
Plus, as soon as any O Lineman gets injured, we'll be happy to have quality depth at this position.
Starting? No. Significant playing time? Possibly. But I will concede to your point if 2 freshmen start on the O-Line.
Glad you are willing to see things my way Baro. You are a scholar and a gentleman.
At the same time? Or seperately? I think Boren and Decker could both start if there's injury or lack of consistency.
O-line for depth. D-line for depth as well, too a less needed extent.
Alot of people would say the d-line but don't sleep on the linebckers...Perkins, Marcus, Williams and Perry...Oh and a possible diamond in the rough in Roberts added to a unit in desperate need of depth.