It’s been awhile since we’ve done an All-Hustle Belt team, but what better time than now, as the MAC is tighter than ever talent-wise?
A number of dependable pieces return to the Rockets lineup in 2022, which should propel the offense forward while it figures out the run game.
Charles Amankwaa highlights a secondary which will be responsible for ensuring the defense remains in games.
HB is starting to hit adolescence, which is a weird thing to consider when your whole life has been online for millions of strangers to see.
The Akron front seven has a lot of potential behind it, but it will depend on how quickly the new pieces all fit together.
The good news for the Zips offense is they return all five starters on the line. The bad news is the line... wasn’t that great in 2021. Can they improve under a new staff?
The Zips will have to start from the ground up once again on the offense, but they at least have a few pieces which should help keep them afloat in 2022.
The Chippewas had one of the most aggressive lines in the MAC in 2021, and despite a handful of losses, should be
The interior line will be one of the most experienced in the MAC, but replacing two high draft picks at the tackles will be a tough task.