Michael Munoz
OT | (6'5", 306, 5.4) | Tennessee

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Overall: Munoz started all 12 games as a true freshman in 2000 but wound up missing his entire sophomore season in 2001 with a knee injury. He returned as an 11-game starter as a redshirt sophomore in 2002 and started every game in 2003 as a team captain in his junior season. Munoz finally began to live up to expectations as a senior in 2004. For the first time in his career at Tennessee, Munoz did not have to undergo surgery in the offseason leading up to 2004, which allowed him to fully participate in workouts and training sessions that he had missed in previous offseason. The extra work in the spring and summer paid off. Munoz is bigger and stronger, and he looked quicker as a senior than ever before. He is not the most physically dominating tackle in this year's class and his history of injuries will surely ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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