Losing Nembot will hurt, he was very up and down in his career here, but looked strong last season, so now we've got to figure out where to go from here. The way I see it, there's basically one lock and that's: C Alex Kelley- Kelley played the second most snaps of all o-linemen last year and was a pretty solid player. He only drew 2 flags, allowed only 4 sacks and he's played a lot of games since redshirting as a freshman. After him, it gets murky. LT Jeromy Irwin- Irwin looked really promising in 2015 before tearing his ACL. He looked good in 2014 as well. He's got another year (possibly two according to HCMM) of eligibility but he's got a history of injuries. His ACL tear is going to require recovery and it's doubtful he's ready for spring ball. RG Shane Callahan- After Nembot and Kelley, Callahan played the most snaps and was penalized only twice, but allowed more sacks than anyone on the team. He's obviously got natural talent and he's adjusting to a new position but he'll need to improve for the Buffs line to live up to their potential. LG Gerrad Kough- The team seems really high on this kid. He's gotten a lot of playing time over the last couple years and seems to have moments where he looks very good, but he draws a lot of flags and allowed a lot of sacks. RT Sam Kronshage/John Lisella- I lumped the two together because it seems like both played a lot last year. Surprisingly Kronshage played for fewer snaps than 5 other players... and led the team in pancake blocks by 12. He seems to have a lot of raw power and size. In addition he only drew one flag and allowed one sack. Lisella is a guy who the coaches seem really high on, but he strikes me as a little undersized for tackle. Still, he seems to have the backing of the coaches. That's who I think has the inside track on starting jobs, but we still have Timmy Lynott who is a possible candidate to win one of the inside jobs, or backup for Kelley and replace him in 2017. Huckins played a ton of snaps and should be in the mix. Wiefels got some playing time and we've still got Middlemiss, Miller, Kaiser and wildcards like Center who've been working hard in the weight room and showing big gains. It seems like if the stars line up just right, we could have a decent offensive line... but if they don't, this TT style quick passing attack might be needed just to keep Webb safe.