NFL Scouting Combine 2011: 7 Offensive Linemen That Improved Their Stock

February 26, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Two days ago, the offensive linemen and tight ends weighed in at the 2011 National Football League Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
Almost nobody hurt their draft stock while several other players looked very, very impressive. There were some of the many players that improved their stock before even taking part in any of the drills.
Here is a look at seven offensive lineman the Eagles could target.
Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State
Hudson has long been regarded as one of the more dominant offensive linemen in college football. However, he played at only around 280 pounds for most of his career. He needed to add more weight to prove that he could be effective at the next level, which he did. Hudson measured in at 6’2″, 299 pounds and is a second or third round pick.
Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College
Castonzo weighed in at 311 pounds, which is a big improvement over the 295 he was playing at last se...

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