Taylor Decker Q&A: Future 1st-Rounder on Training, Tattoos and NFL Aspirations

April 4, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

CHANDLER, Ariz. — Ohio State offensive tackle Taylor Decker is working out in what looks like a modified auto body shop. 
It's the O-Line Performance Academy run by former Pro Bowl center LeCharles Bentley. Along with linemen such as Alex Boone, Bobby Massie and Chance Warmack, Decker is perfecting his craft through a series of unique drills designed to teach proper stance, movement and power for linemen.
Decker is doing that in hopes of taking advantage of his vast size (6'7", 310 lbs) and talent (he’s projected to go in the first round of the NFL draft). Decker sat down with Bleacher Report to talk about his preparations and other subjects.
Bleacher Report: So what brought you out here to train?
Taylor Decker: I knew about it because [Bentley] played at Ohio State and we wore the same number and one of my teammates from Ohio State [Corey Linsley] came here over the summer one year. Then I st...

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