NFL Combine 2010 Results: Offensive Linemen

March 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 NFL Combine is ruled by the skill positions, but that doesn't mean teams aren't interested in what they see in the offensive linemen in this year's crop.
Several players were being eyed for how they would weigh in, how explosive they would be, and how many bench reps they could muster.
Look to see who finished in the top five in all the drills, along with some analysis on whose stock got better or worse from this year's NFL Combine.
40-Yard Dash
1. Bruce Campbell, Maryland (4.85)
2. Trent Williams, Oklahoma (4.88)
3. Marshall Newhouse, TCU (5.00)
4. Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale (5.09)
5. Shelley Smith, Colorado State (5.11)
Bruce Campbell and Trent Williams performed extremely well, running as fast as some of the tight ends, while showing the natural athleticism that scouts thought they had.
Veldheer is a raw prospect from a small school that a lot of scouts like, so cracking the top five helped him a bit in terms of showi...

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