No. 1 OL is out for year

Milwaukee (Wis.) Saint Francis five-star offensive tackle Josh Oglesby has seen his senior season end early. The nation's top offensive lineman is out for the season, according to his coach.
"Josh is out for the season with a right knee injury," his coach, Doug Sarver, said.
The injury occurred Sept. 15 against Greendale, Sarver said.

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"His knee buckled underneath him as he was being double-teamed and he kind of played through it," Sarver said. "Then it happened again, and the trainers and doctors told him to sit it out."
Oglesby, ranked by Rivals.com, as the No. 6 player in the nation and the top offensive line target overall, could have surgery to repair the torn ACL. He's due to meet with doctors again this week to make that determination.
"He's disappointed he can't finish his senior season but he also knows there's a lot of football ahead of him," Sarver said.
Oglesby is a solid Wisconsin commitment.