Zack Bennett (LT), Keeghan Freeborn (LG), Zach Redd (C), Connor Jacobs (RG), Jake Wilkerson (RT) and Connor Wood (RT) serve as Rocky Mountain’s motor on the offensive line. The Filthy Few, as they call themselves, meet each week for a team dinner. “It just helps us bond outside the football field, and that helps us on the football field,” Bennett said. “With an offensive line, all five of the guys have to do everything right for a play to work. When one messes up, it’s easier to communicate when you have that bond.”
Zack Bennett (LT), Keeghan Freeborn (LG), Zach Redd (C), Connor Jacobs (RG), Jake Wilkerson (RT) and Connor Wood (RT) serve as Rocky Mountain’s motor on the offensive line. The Filthy Few, as they call themselves, meet each week for a team dinner. “It just helps us bond outside the football field, and that helps us on the football field,” Bennett said. “With an offensive line, all five of the guys have to do everything right for a play to work. When one messes up, it’s easier to communicate when you have that bond.” Otto Kitsinger For the Idaho Statesman
Zack Bennett (LT), Keeghan Freeborn (LG), Zach Redd (C), Connor Jacobs (RG), Jake Wilkerson (RT) and Connor Wood (RT) serve as Rocky Mountain’s motor on the offensive line. The Filthy Few, as they call themselves, meet each week for a team dinner. “It just helps us bond outside the football field, and that helps us on the football field,” Bennett said. “With an offensive line, all five of the guys have to do everything right for a play to work. When one messes up, it’s easier to communicate when you have that bond.” Otto Kitsinger For the Idaho Statesman

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