Think back to the first few offensive lines Maryland fielded under Ralph Friedgen.
They were impressive displays of interchangeable parts, short on numbers but long on ability to plug holes as needed.
Kyle Schmitt, a freshman on the 2001 team that won the ACC, was one of those guys.
It was a crucial backup his first two seasons, stepping in to start for Todd Wike at guard in the Orange Bowl and then sliding in for a couple starts in 2002.
Schmitt then became the Terps' third starter at center in three years, earning honorable mention all-conference honors in 2003 as Maryland rolled up a 10-3 record.
He is one of only two centers to start for multiple seasons under Friedgen (Edwin Williams was the other), and he got the nod for the final 24 games of his career.
Later, he served two years as a grad assistant at Maryland and last year became the head coach at Atholton High School in Howard County. But his on-field work alone earned him a place among the top 66 players of the Friedgen era.