This is the 2018 NFL Combine Stock Report for the offensive linemen. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.
Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma
Orlando Brown was the big loser of the first day of the field workouts at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. Brown posted some atrocious numbers, including just 14 reps on the bench, which was a ridiculously low number. Brown then ran a 5.85 40, with a 2.00 10-yard split, which is the worst such number ever recorded at the combine. Brown also displayed poor feet during the drills, and one of the coaches yelled at him for loafing. Brown played better than this at Oklahoma, but it'll be difficult to justify spending a first-round pick on him now.
Alex Cappa, OT, Humboldt State
Alex Cappa didn't post the best numbers - 5.39 40, 1.87 10-yard split - and his 3-cone time was pretty poor (8.04). However, he had a very solid field workout and looked like he belonged despite not coming from a Division I school. Cappa may have established himself as a third-round prospect. If not, he should go early Day 3.
Austin Corbett, G/C, Nevada
Austin Corbett had one of the better 40 times for the offensive linemen at the combine, running a 5.15 40 with a 1.76 10-yard split. He also thrived in the drills, displaying some impressive foot speed. He could end up going in the second round.
James Daniels, C/G, Iowa
James Daniels didn't run the 40, but he didn't need to in order to bolster his stock at the combine. Daniels had an incredible 3-cone time (7.29), and he also looked very smooth in the drills. He cemented his status as a first-round pick.
Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia
Desmond Harrison would be a first-round pick if he didn't have character concerns. He's a phenomenal physical talent, and that was certainly on display Friday. Harrison started by running the fastest 40 for the offensive linemen with an unofficial 4.75. He then excelled in the drills, showing some great explosion and movement ability. If he can stop getting into trouble and begin living up to his skill set, he'll be a great pro.
Will Hernandez, G, UTEP
Will Hernandez posted some terrific numbers at the combine, as his 5.15 40, 1.76 10-yard split and 7.59 3-cone times were all impressive for a 327-pound guard. He was just as good in the field drills. It seems likely that Hernandez will be chosen in the latter stages of the opening round.
Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State
Jamarco Jones had one of the worst 3-cone times from all of the offensive linemen at the combine, posting a time of 8.32. This alone will send him plummeting down several draft boards. Jones didn't look bad in the drills at all, but his horrible 3-cone time will certainly damage his draft stock.
Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA
Kolton Miller set a combine record for offensive linemen, leaping 10-foot-1 in the broad jump. He broke five seconds in the 40 (4.95), posted a stellar 10-yard split (1.67) and had a great 3-cone time (7.38). He was also great in the drills. Miller should find his way into the first round.
Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh
Brian O'Neill posted some great times Friday. He ran a 4.82 40 with a 1.70 10-yard split. He also registered a 7.14 in the 3-cone. On top of all of that, he showed off his great footwork in the drills. O'Neill really shined in Indianapolis, but his one glaring concern - a lack of power - wasn't really exposed, especially since he didn't attempt to bench press.
Billy Price, C/G, Ohio State
Billy Price tore his pectoral while attempting to bench press at the combine. This could cause him to drop out of the first round. The silver lining is that he's expected to be ready by the season opener, so he won't fall too far.