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FALL FIVE: Offense

OT MICHAEL PHILIPP

THE BEAVERS COME into fall camp with most of the starting positions on the offensive side of the ball settled -- but there are several players coming back from injuries sustained in the spring, and there are also always those guys who suddenly make a big leap in fall camp. Here are five Beavers on offense to keep your eyes on this fall camp.

MORE FALL CAMP: Schedule | Position articles   OG GRANT JOHNSON After missing spring practice due to shoulder surgery, Johnson needs to hit the ground running to solidify the starting five on the offensive line.   QB RYAN KATZ The main thing...

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