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Army Incoming: Nose Guard and Bandit Tackle

ArmySports.com continues to review this year's incoming freshman class by position. The interior defensive line returns no starters to a unit that ranked 29th in the nation in total defense. Jarrett Mackey last year's bandit tackle technically returns but he has been moved to quick defensive end. Without nose guard Mike Gann the Black Knights have a huge hole in the middle to replace.

The current group of defensive interior line recruits offers a number of recruits that should develop over the next few years. Richard Glover from Katy, Texas was an offensive lineman in high school who won the starting nose guard job last year at United States Military Academy Prep School. Glover was a two time unanimous first team all-district offensives tackle his junior and senior year...

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