In our continued attempts to stave off the summer lull -- and to keep this blog something resembling fresh -- we bring you a new series: The 11 YAIAA football players you need to watch in 2011. Each day for the next week and a half, we'll feature another of the league's most promising talents. Think we missed somebody? Chime in using the comments section.Isaac Dori, DL/OL, LittlestownWhen Dori is on the field, it's just about impossible to miss him. At 6-foot-7 and 375 pounds, you won't find a more massive lineman in the YAIAA. The issue, in some cases, has been keeping Dori on the field. He missed the first two games of last season because of academic ineligibility, then missed a third game later on for the same reason. Still, Dori made his sizable presence felt in the game he did play. He had 66 tackles in eight contests -- an impressive number for a defensive tackles. Dori also chipped in a sack. Littlestown graduated a bunch of key contributors last season, and was particularly hard hit at the skill positions. The Bolts should, however, have a few solid contributors back along their offensive and defensive lines. Dori could potentially be a big (no pun intended) part of that. As Littlestown coach Mike Lippy told me last fall, "You can coach all you want, but you can't coach 6-foot-7, 375. That's not just walking up and down the hallways all day long." 2010 statsDefense 66 tackles (31 solo), 1 sack

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