2013 lineman could fill multiple spots 

February, 7, 2012
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The coaching staff is looking to fill needs on both the offensive and defensive line for the 2013 class, and they might be able to fill both of those needs with one prospect. Darius Latham (Indianapolis/North Central), who was recently offered by Michigan, is being evaluated as both an offensive and defensive lineman and could be a big-time force at either spot.

"I'm just taking everything in right now. I had a conversation with Coach (Darrell) Funk a couple days ago when he offered me," he said. "I talked to him and the defensive line coach (Jerry Montgomery). They were recruiting me as a lineman overall. If I decided to commit there then I can be open to choose whichever side I want."

Latham, who started out as a basketball player and was forced to play football at age 7, now holds offers from Northwestern, Indiana, Louisville, Minnesota, Ole Miss, Purdue and Tennessee.
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