I think the real question at this point is if Knox has proven himself as a starter, or if he was always just a gap-fill when Bowen went down. I think Knox played very well at points this season, but he lost a lot of momentum in that USC game and honestly got pushed around a little.
This is what we know: Prince is a starter, Jordan is a starter, and IMO Bowen is absolutely a starter (he was playing lights out up to his injury). The unfortunate reality: they all have OT bodies. So does Munford step up at one of the Tackle positions and keep those two inside? Or is Wyatt/Myers better at Guard then Munford is at Tackle, forcing Bowen or Jordan outside?
My hot take: Wyatt Davis is going to be too good to keep off the field. Watching his HS film and interviews made him one of my favorite players from that '17 class. Also, I really wouldn't mess with a position flip for Prince, he's gone through some shit at RT - keep him there. And the great X-factor will be center - it can't be overstated. But I'm holding out hope that Price's endorsements of Taylor ring true. So my line prediction would be:
LT - Bowen - he had better pass pro stats than Jordan in his limited time
LG - Jordan - if it ain't broke, don't fix it
C - Taylor - good luck following the last two acts at center, jeez
RG - Davis - as I said before, been a fan of him since he committed
RT - Prince - see: Jordan, above
LT - Munford - I do think he's our 3rd best true Tackle, even if Jordan has the body for it
LG - Knox/Burrell/Myers - two positions, three players. Who's gonna win?
C - Matt Jones - feels like we rarely ever recruit true Centers, so there's gotta be a plan for him
RG - Knox/Burrell/Meyers - read above
RT - Pridgeon/Alabi - time for Pridgeon to shit or get off the pot, and it's time for the Alabi project to be completed
There's a lot of good competition there, and doesn't even include Wray and other freshman lineman that could be coming in this year. Good depth, good talent, just time to go win some spots.