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Both guard Cordy Glenn and center Ben Jones were considered second-rounders at the beginning of the season. Their stock took a plummet when the defensive lines of Boise State and South Carolina had their way with the two of them, but the two are starting to rise again.
They've played better recently, but that was against the powerhouse defenses of Coastal Carolina, Mississippi State and Ole Miss (that's sarcasm).
Their stock will rise more since they don't have to play the tough-as-nails defenses of Alabama, Arkansas and LSU, but don't be misled. Florida's tough front seven will beat them again later in the season, but until then they'll continue to be overrated.
When they step up to play the bigger, stronger defensive linemen of the NFL, they'll be exposed.
Also, if anyone could tell me why there are so many pictures online of Ben Jones eating mud, or more specifically, why he's eating mud, I'd be very appreciative.