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Football: San Clemente's offensive line is getting noticed

September 27, 2011 | 10:33 am

San Clemente is 4-0 and running the ball behind a fabulous offensive line led by All-American Kyle Murphy. But there's more than just Murphy.

Junior offensive tackle Sean Harlow (6-5, 260) is the son of former USC standout Pat Harlow, who is San Clemente's assistant head coach. Junior Jacob Bryson (6-2, 230) and senior Mike Simpson (6-0, 205) have been performing well at guard, and senior Connor O'Brien (5-11, 270) has been a standout at center.

"We're solid across the line," Coach Jon Hamro said.

Murphy, who's 6-7 and weighs 275 pounds with a 3.95 grade-point average, has numerous scholarship offers.

"Murphy is everything people think and more," Hamro said.

-- Eric Sondheimer