The Ducks lose starting guards Ryan Clanton and Kyle Long, plus primary backup Nick Cody. "Assuming [Mana Greig] comes back healthy, he figures to be a strong candidate, since he was starting at the time of his injury last fall," Moseley writes. "But what about this spring? How might the offensive line look for the first snap of April? [Hamani] Stevens has played both guard spots the last two years, so he seems like the most likely choice at one interior position. At the other, some combination of [Jake] Fisher and [Everett] Benyard would work. Each has played both guard and tackle on the right side in his career; Fisher is the more athletic of the two, hence the projection above. Another wild card is [Andre] Yruretagoyena. He's a former top recruit who played minimally last fall, but there's also the sense he's about to come into his own this year. There's no better time than spring ball."