One of the top offensive line prospects out of Maryland in the class of 2015
is Julian Lynn, 6-foot-4, 285 pounds from Oakdale High School, Frederick Md.
Lynn who is a four year starter is back at Oakdale High School after playing his
junior season at Baltimore's St. Frances Academy who competes in the Baltimore
Catholic League's MIAA-A Conference. Lynn stated that he attended St. Frances
for the exposure. After being noticed by former NFL great Lavar Arrington at a
camp he attended in the spring of his sophomore season. And taking Arrington up
on a suggestion that he attend St. Frances. Now Lynn plans to finish out his
career at his neighborhood school with the teammates he grew up with.
It was pretty fun playing at St. Frances though, against that top level talent,"
said Lynn. Who started every game at left tackle and also played sparingly on
the defensive side of the ball at defensive end for Panthers. Lynn transferred
to St. Frances after a really good start to varsity football. " I started my
freshman and sophomore seasons at defensive end at Oakdale," said Lynn. But the
coaches seen something in me at the offensive tackle position. My best game was
against Archbishop Spalding. I started on both sides of the ball and made
numerous tackles and had a few key third down stops. However, Lynn stated his
best moment came in a game when he sacked Rivals 4- star quarter back prospect
Kai Lockley of regional power Gilman. " We lost that game in a tight battle. But
that was a big moment," said Lynn.
Currently recruiting is starting to
pick up for Lynn who has heard fro Maryland and East Carolina lately. "Maryland
invited me to there Junior Day. And the East Carolina coach came past my school
a couple of weeks ago and said, "That they are close to offering," according to
Oakdale looks to be a contender in the MPSSAA (2-A West Region)
where 2 time state title Champion Middletown reins supreme. Middletown has
dominated the states 2-A division winning 28 straight games while producing two
of the country's finest line prospect's in Rivals 4-star defensive end Ricky
Leonard a Florida State commit and Rivals 3-star offensive lineman Justin
Falcinelli a Clemson commit.
" I came back to Oakdale to compete against
the best and show that I'm the best in my area. And Middletown is the best. So I
have to train hard everyday to be able to knock them off," said Lynn.