Originally Posted by RunKC
I agree with everything but this. Rodney Hudson was the most decorated OL at FSU for a reason.
He's gonna be a very solid C for years.
Maybe he will, maybe he won't. We don't know what his knee will bounce back as and he was playing pretty poorly before the injury.
Bring in an established C and then if Hudson comes back healthy, he can play G, where we know he's familiar. At that point you have some versatility if the C gets hurt or loses effectiveness.
If you just bring in a veteran G and Hudson struggles again or doesn't recover from his knee injury that well, you're up shits creek. For the sake of versatility and as a CYA maneuver, I think the interior lineman has to be capable of playing C.