The NCAA has given a nice summer gift to the Duke Blue Devils in the form of a 6-4, 300-pound tank who can help in both the passing and run game.

Akron, Ohio, native and former No. 20-overall guard prospect in the country Jack Wohlabaugh is now on his way to Duke. He will be granted immediate eligibility thanks to head coach David Cutcliffe's appeal and the NCAA's new transfer guidelines allowing student-athletes with a certain GPA to transfer once in their collegiate careers without penalty.

Wohlabaugh was with the Buckeyes from 2016-17, but did not see any game action thanks to the team's solid offensive front and All-American/Cincinnati Bengals 2018 first-round-pick, Billy Price, holding it down at center. 

Now, 2017's Academic All-Big Ten recipient will get a chance to instantly contribute to a Blue Devils team that could certainly use Wohlabaugh's presence.

Duke tackle Pat Leitten was injured in spring camp, backup center Alex Gourley stepped away from football and center Will Taylor is trying to make a comeback after previous, significant injuries to his knee.

The door is wide open for Jack, and fans should be happy to have him onboard for the upcoming 2018 season.