So assuming he's not able to join the team until 2015, where does that leave us for this season? I honestly believe that the interior of our line is solid. Not great, but good. Crabb looks good as a LG. I really hope this idea of moving him to LT blows over. At 6'3'' 300 he's just not LT sized. He could be a very good offensive guard, but has a low ceiling as a tackle. Alex Kelley seems pretty good also. He won the RG spot last spring as a RS-Freshman until Munyer came back. Ideally, we'd have seem more game action from him, but he's drawn rave reviews. Daniel Munyer is probably our best lineman right now. He's gotten accolades from Phil Steele and Athlon and his name is being bandied about as a potential draftee. There's not a lot of depth, but those three look like a solid interior... However, on the offensive line you're only as strong as your weakest link. That interior is bookended (on the post spring depth chart) by Marc Mustoe and Stephane Nembot. Neither of these guys were particularly impressive in spring ball and we could be in some trouble. JC product Sully Wiefels has been talked about as a potential tackle, but he also lacks size for the position, though he could challenge Kelley for the job at center. Jeromy Irwin seems to have a lot of potential but he hasn't really been healthy for a while now. Younger guys like Sam Kronshage haven't done a lot to climb the depth chart either. Stephane Nembot looks the part, he's tall, athletic, strong... but he doesn't seem to have any of the skills you'd expect an offensive lineman to have. He's gotten the attention of NFL draft insiders for his physical attributes, but he's still very raw... and he's a Junior. The dude allowed 7.5 sacks last season and 20 QB pressures. Is he ever going to put the pieces together?