Kublanow bulldozes opponents at line 

November, 27, 2011
One of the more dominate blockers in the 2013 class is Brandon Kublanow (Marietta, Ga./Walton) , a 6-foot-2, 285-pound interior offensive lineman who takes great pride in winning the battle in the trenches. Nicknamed “Bull” by classmates at Walton, Kublanow takes great pride in living up to the moniker by tormenting whoever lines up in front of him.

“Every snap I am just trying to kill the kid and just help my team out,” Kublanow said. “Every single kid on Walton is trying to kill someone, which is what I think makes our team really special.”

A powerful blocker who trains with NFL veterans Wayne Gandy and Eric Young in the offseason, Kublanow emerged early in the summer after he impressed coaching staffs during the camp circuit. He was even asked to tone down his physical style of play at Wake Forest’s prospect camp because the staff was worried he might hurt someone. Four schools -- Duke, Georgia, Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt -- have offered Kublanow so far, and several others in the southeast are interested. The Marietta native feels his "play until the whistle blows" approach is what has college programs after his services.

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