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Name: Earl Bostick Jr. 
College: Kansas     Number: 68
Height: 6-5   Weight: 290
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 5.08
   40 Time: 5.19
  40 High: 5.30

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Height: 6052
Weight: 290

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: HMC...2020: NAC

 Earl Bostick Jr., Kansas, Player News

  04/25/21 - OT Earl Bostick Jr.rSr/2023, Kansas, 6-5, 290 (DS#38 OT) + More +

  Late in the 2020 season Kansas offensive lineman Earl Bostick Jr. moved from right tackle to left tackle. It looks like he's there to stay. That important position, often most responsible for protecting the quarterback's blindside, is where Bostick has settled in during the Jayhawks' spring practices and where the senior from Barnwell, S.C., expects to play this fall. "It's not that different at all. Just switching the feet," Bostick said of playing on the opposite end of the O-line. "That's it. Basically everything play-wise is the same thing, just flipping it around." This past fall, Bostick started at right tackle in five of KU's first seven games. But after the firing of then offensive line coach Luke Meadows, the Jayhawks moved some personnel around and Bostick started the final two games at left tackle.

That's where new O-line coach Lee Grimes has kept Bostick since taking over the position group. "It's just a little weight on my shoulders, but I'm so used to having that," Bostick said of playing left tackle. "Like playing on the right side, I'm still blocking the person in front of me, protecting the quarterback, making sure the running back is getting past me, like getting his block so he can run through his hole like he's supposed to." Bostick said he doesn't mind the added responsibility of making sure the QB doesn't get blindsided by a pass rush or blitz. "I just take it and I run with it," he said of the opportunity to play a position that comes with a brighter spotlight. - Lawrence Journal World

(DS#38 OT) rSr/2023 OT Earl Bostick Jr.Kansas
News Source: Lawrence Journal World
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