2010 NFL Combine: Breaking Down the Offensive Linemen

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now that the combine is behind us, it's time to look forward to the draft and determine who is riding a good workout to an early berth and who is grasping straws to remain in contention. Offensive linemen are the big uglies of the game and their individual athleticism is very important in determining how effective they will be.
Perhaps we will look back on this draft and see future pro bowlers and franchise tackles. Here's a look at a few guys who had up-and-down performances at the combine.
1.Bruce Campbell (Maryland)
40-Yard Dash (4.85)  Bench Press (34)  Vertical Jump (32.0)  3-Cone Drill (7.58)
20-Yard Shuttle (4.69)  Broad Jump (8'05")
Campbell came into the combine as one of the more electric tackle prospects and he did not disappoint. He was fast, strong, and smart throughout the day. He posted strong numbers across the board and could be the first tackle taken in April.
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