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Who is the Better SEC O-Lineman: O’Cyrus Torrence or Tyler Steen?



Florida and Alabama football lineman stars

Comparisons are inevitable in all aspects of sports and in college football it’s no different. But now with the transfer portal it’s even more common. How about an old fashioned SEC offensive line comparison?

OL O’Cyrus Torrence, Florida vs. OL Tyler Steen, Alabama

Torrence comes from Louisiana and follows Billy Napier to the Gators while Steen will feel comfortable moving from Vanderbilt to Alabama and continuing his SEC competition. Both come with solid resumes. Torrence was named second team All Sun Belt as a sophomore and was first team last season. He has experience having played in more than 30 games and led one of the best offenses in the country last season. He’s more known for his run blocking than anything else but has shown excellent ability in pass pro as well.

Steen played on a horrible Vandy team but has more than 30 career starts and can play either tackle position. He’s expected to plug in at left tackle and has shown exceptional ability as a pass protector.

While both have All SEC potential, Torrence to me has a chance to be a first team All American and truly change the Gators offense.

EDGE: Torrence

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