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Ian Silberman | Guard

Team: Boston College Eagles
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 303

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Boston College senior OG Ian Silberman is a "much more" natural fit at guard, "where he can put his strength, toughness and limited quickness to use in a short area," according to CBS Sports' Derek Stephens.
The 6-foot-5, 293-pound Silberman "boasts a tackle-like frame with a chiseled upper-half and impressive muscular definition throughout, but plays with the nasty demeanor and blue-collar approach of a true trencher," writes Stephen. The former four-star recruit began his career at Florida but transferred to BC in January. Stephens believes he plays tight and is a non-agile athlete, though Silberman does get a head of steam when his number is called to pull or trap. "His strong, active hands help him to compensate for lateral issues when sliding as a pass-protector, so he could get a shot at tackle with the Golden Eagles, but all indications are, at least when considering his NFL prospects, Silberman is a much more natural fit at guard where he can put his strength, toughness and limited quickness to use in a short area," Stephens wrote. Jul 1 - 9:59 PM
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Former Gators offensive guard Ian Silberman has enrolled at Boston College.

Reports last month had Silberman ticketed for Louisville, but those plans fell through, perhaps because Charlie Strong, a former UF assistant, left for Texas. Silberman will now be reunited with former coach Steve Addazio (as well as former teammate QB Tyler Murphy, who also transferred to BC). The senior-to-be Silberman will be eligible to play next season. Silberman, a former four-star recruit who used to possess the athleticism to play tight end, never earned the confidence of Florida's coaching staff.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 15 - 11:15 AM

Former Gators offensive guard Ian Silberman will transfer to Louisville.

The senior-to-be will be eligible to play next season. Silberman, a former four-star recruit who used to possess the athleticism to play tight end, never earned the confidence of Florida's coaching staff. One could choose to perceive that last fact as a positive for the player (as UF's 2013 coaching staff could been charged with gross incompetence) or a negative (the Gators fielded one of the nation's most maligned offensive lines in 2013). Cardinals head coach Charlie Strong was the defensive coordinator in Gainesville during Silberman's first two years on campus.
Mon, Dec 16, 2013 06:31:00 PM