New leaders emerging on Miami Hurricanes offensive line

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - NOVEMBER 11: Braxton Berrios
MIAMI GARDENS, FL - NOVEMBER 11: Braxton Berrios /
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The 2018 Miami Hurricanes will feature  feature two Senior returning starters on the offensive line. Center Tyler Gauthier and tackle Tyree St. Louis return for their final season.

The Miami Hurricanes lost left tackle K.C. McDermott and left guard Trevor Darling to graduation following the 2017 season. Gauthier who has played guard will remain at center. St. Louis is moving from right tackle to left.

Right guard Navuaghn Donaldson started 10 of the Miami Hurricanes games as a Freshman in 2017. He will return there after earning true Freshman All-American status last season.

The other two spots on the offensive line are open. According to the Palm Beach Post’s Matt Porter, Jahair Jones has been playing with the first team at left guard and George Brown has been playing right tackle with the first team thus far in Spring Practice.

They will both be challenged by a talented group of Freshmen and Sophomores on the offensive line. St. Louis is back in his more comfortable position playing left tackle. He played both left and right in high school but he played the left side for all but his Junior Year.

St. Louis talked about the move from right to left tackle with HurricaneSports.Com.

"“I like it, it’s much more comfortable for me,…I didn’t start playing football until my freshman year of high school, but the first two and a half years that’s all I played."