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Position Capsule: Defensive Line

Position Capsule: Defensive Line

Northwestern must replace veteran leadership on the defensive line with young talent. With plenty of names to pick from, it shouldn't be a difficult task. PurpleWildcats offers a detailed look at how the Wildcats' front four shapes up for the upcoming season.

The guys we know— Start up the hype machine for senior defensive end Tyler Scott. In his first two seasons as a starter, Scott has keyed the success of Northwestern's pass rush. The results showed last season, with him recording nine sacks. It will be fun to watch how good his senior season can be, especially considering the talent around him. Chance Carter, Will Hampton, and Sean McEvilly...

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