Duke football offers offensive lineman with rich football background

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The Duke football program is trying to continue its hot streak on the recruiting trail by offering a Class of 2021 offensive lineman who has a rich football background in his family.

David Cutcliffe and his coaching staff are continuing to work hard on their 2021 recruiting class as the Blue Devils have just extended another offer to a high-profile high school junior.

Michael Myslinski, a 6-foot-3, 285-pound offensive lineman, is the most recent player to pick up an offer from Duke.

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Myslinski is versatile on the offensive line, but his primary position is at center as the three-star recruit is ranked as the No. 1,017 recruit in the Class of 2021 and the No. 16 center, according to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.

A Jacksonville, Florida native and Bishop Kenny High School standout, Myslinski is also ranked as the No. 138 recruit in his class in the state of Florida.

Myslinski’s football history dates back to his father, Tom Myslinski, who was an offensive lineman at the University of Tennessee and played nine seasons in the NFL. Tom Myslinski is currently the strength and conditioning coordinator for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Michael Myslinski holds as many as 24 Division I offers, and the 247 Sports Crystal Ball Prediction has the center landing with the Iowa Hawkeyes.

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Some of the other schools that have offered Myslinski include Florida State, Illinois, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan State, Oregon, Texas, and Wake Forest.

Duke received a commitment from Class of 2021 cornerback Brandon Johnson this week while extending an offer to Myslinski’s fellow Class of 2021 offensive lineman prospect Jacoby Jackson in addition to defensive end Braylon Jackson, no relation to each other.

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The Duke Blue Devils currently hold the No. 33 recruiting class in the country and the No. 5 class in the ACC for the Class of 2021 with nine players committing to the program already.