#78 Aaron Epps
Class: RS Junior
Position: Offensive tackle
Hometown: Tucker, GA
Thoughts: Offensive line is one of the positions where the Cards return a significant amount of talent. Petrino has four returning starters with Jake Smith, Ryan Mack, Jamon Brown and John Miller. In addition, he also has the services of Pedro Sibiea Joe Manley, T.C. Klusman, Mike Romano and Aaron Epps who all have game experience. Epps got the start at right tackle for the Spring Game but one would assume that was due to the Ryan Mack injury more than a position change. I would bet the O-line is pretty solid right now with some potential movement at the center or guard position that we can discuss in a few days. Aaron will be another serviceable player who provides some great size up front when called upon and should slide into a starting role next season.
GooseBumps ..!!!! Lets get it— Aaron Epps (@_Aaron78Epps) December 7, 2012
I’m right three with you Aaron. Who can forget such classics as ‘Monster Blood’, ‘Say Cheese and Die’, or ‘The Girl Who Cried Monster’. R.L. Stine was whipping out straight classics, son. Wait…you’re not talking about the popular children’s book series from the 90’s? Well I’m a little embarrassed. I should probably cover my face….with ‘The Haunted Mask’. Oh yeah, I’ve got no shame in my literature selection as a kickass 10 year old (Who just happened to sit at home and read books.....anyway, you get the point) You got a problem with 90’s children horror/mystery novels?
Seriously though, ‘Goosebumps’ was the shiz.
(P.S. Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there at CC, hope you enjoy your day. For me, I think a few beers, BBQ and time with my daughter will help ease the pain of the CWS loss. Coming for you Longhorns!)