DT Brennan Olander is a self-made football player who scouts shoud not ignore

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Last spring, Olander got sick with mono and a 275-pound tackle who is strong as an ox was suddenly down to 252. He remains under-sized for his position, playing at 260 to 265 pounds.

    After the mono, no one dared predict Olander would turn into an impact player in 2010 except maybe his housemates but he managed to get some of the weight back on and he didn’t appear to lose any strength.

    This season, Olander had five tackles and two sacks against Arizona State, five tackles against Boise State, and six solo tackles – three tackles for loss – in the Washington game.

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