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Focus '08: Oday Aboushi

If it's truly big and athletic offensive linemen that colleges are looking for, they should look no further than Xaverian HS (Brooklyn, NY), home of Oday Aboushi. Aboushi stands in at an imposing 6-foot-6 and 300-pounds but his size is by no means a detriment to his movement. Indeed, it's the combination of the two that make him an OL with significant upside.

Oday Aboushi (Xaverian HS, Brooklyn, NY) is a name that has only recently begun to surface in recruiting circles. Aboushi impressed at the Chuck Mound Challenge in mid-March and duplicated that performance with an impressive showing at the BigTime Showcase. Standing in at 6-foot-6 and 300-pounds, the Empire State product combines impressive size with impressive agility and footwork, and though his...

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