OTA reports say that Vollmer was playing RT, and Kaczur had been shifted to play Mankin's LG, in Logan's absence. Some time in 2011 or 2012 the Pats will be doing major revisions to their Offensive Line. Bill Belichick has made some preliminary preparation for that transition,since he doesn't want rookies starting. Last year's draft added three Offensive line candidates, Vollmer, Ohrnberger and Bussey. Last year, Bill scrubbed his roster of reserves that he felt would not develop into full fledged starters, as he cut Callaghan, Britt and let Hochstein walk. He replaced them with Connolly, and LeVoir. Vollmer looks like a future star and keeper at either LOT or ROT. Other interior possibilities are Wendell and Connolly, but I think both are only future reserves at best. This draft they added two more low round picks, Larsen and Welch, while Ohrnberger and Bussey were groomed last season. I would expect that Volmer has claimed Kaczur's RT job as a way to learn while playing, before eventually going to LT, in a year or three. I expect Nick will be the swing Tackle and prime interior reserve at Guard. There seems to be a four-way fight to be the next Center. Ohrnberger, Wendell, and Larsen will try to eventually unseat incumbent Koppen. Kaczur, Connolly and Bussey will compete to eventually replace Neal, while Welch learns behind Levoir. I suspect however, that Belichick will use another one or two high picks to Draft for their coming Offensive line re-tooling. I know there wa lots of speculation of where Vollmer would break-in and its seems it is already clear, Day one. Or am I being premature?