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Three USC offensive lineman named to Outland Award watch list

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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Three more Gamecocks now find themselves as part of a preseason award watch list.

Senior offensive guard A.J. Cann, senior offensive tackle Corey Robinson and junior offensive tackle Brandon Shell have all been named to this year's Outland Trophy watch list.

Cann, a Bamberg native standing 6-4 and weighing 311, leads the team with 38 starts at left guard and has been named to a number of different preseason All-America teams.

Robinson, who stands 6-8 and weighs 344 out of Havelock, N.C., has 22 starts to his credit as the Gamecocks' left tackle.

The 6-6, 333-pound Shell, hailing from Goose Creek, has started 23 games at right tackle.

The three Gamecocks are among 75 offensive lineman on this year's watch lists. Of the 75 players, 16 of them represent the SEC.

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