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Not to nitpick, but I'm pretty sure Kwame Harris was the most highly touted offensive line prospect to commit to Stanford (#1 overall according to many services). Regardless, a great day for the program.


Gabe, feel free to nitpick -- it keeps us on our toes. I spent a while trying to verify this, but the internet doesn't remember things from that long ago. What you say sounds correct, though. Harris was an impressive recruit.


Don't sleep on Bob Whitfield, either...and there was a kid in the 80's, Mike Kohlmoos, who some considered the best OL in his class. I think he got hurt and very played

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