50 Virginia Football Thoughts Before Kickoff: Reinkensmeyer Helps Build Offensive Line

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Dillon Reinkensmeyer has 24 starts the past two years.
Dillon Reinkensmeyer started 12 games at center last season, but he can play all over the offensive line. ~ Kris Wright

If you’re looking for seniors around the offensive line room at Virginia, you’re going to have to wait a year. The Cavaliers don’t have any. If you’re looking for experience, however, there’s an obvious place to start. Dillon Reinkensmeyer.

The redshirt junior broke into the starting lineup early in 2017 and has remained there since. He’s started 24 of the past 26 games for the Hoos. So when it comes to putting the best five players on the field, as UVA head coach Bronco Mendenhall and O-Line coach Garett Tujague prefer, Reinkensmeyer’s experience and versatility make him the first domino.

The “50 Virginia Football Thoughts Before Kickoff” series continues.

9 – Reinkensmeyer One Of The First Bricks In the Foundation

When Mendenhall and Tujague arrived in Charlottesville with this new coaching staff, one

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