The Steers have seen a lot of good offensive linemen come through. With his combination of size, speed and work ethic, Hunter Dooley may be the best to ever play in Graham.
Hunter Dooley might have the chance to play college football one day. For the next two seasons, Steers fans can watch the humble kid at Newton Field on Friday nights.

Dooley looks like the total package at left tackle

There is a stereotype about offensive lineman that often rings true. The strong, silent type. The “big teddy bears” with gargantuan-sized and soft hearts. Immense power wrapped in a protective personality. They don’t get the attention like the quarterbacks, receivers and running backs; in fact, maybe the best indication of success for an offensive lineman is when they don’t draw any attention. For Graham offensive tackle Hunter Dooley, the shoe fits. The big junior stands somewhere in the ballpark of 6-feet, 4-inches or 6-feet, 5-inches tall, depending on which coach is describing him. He’s somewhere around 260 to 270 pounds with room to add weight in his ...

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