2019 NFL Combine Stock Report: Offensive Linemen

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This is the 2019 NFL Combine Stock Report for the offensive linemen. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

Garrett Bradbury, C, N.C. State
Garrett Bradbury helped himself tremendously at the combine. He had one of the fastest 40 times (4.92) and posted the best 3-cone time for an offensive lineman (7.41). Bradbury had other great metrics as well (34 bench press reps, 31-inch vertical), and he also looked smooth in the drills. Bradbury definitely cemented his second-round status with his showing in Indianapolis.

Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina
Can Dennis Daley play tackle in the pros? I imagine teams that were remotely interested in him prior to the combine could be asking themselves that question now after he had some poor marks in the measurements and testing drills. Daley’s 33 3/8-inch arms were a disappointment, as were his 40 (5.23) and 3-cone (7.95).

Michael Deiter, G/C, Wisconsin
Michael Deiter didn’t post great testing numbers, as he ran a 5.23 40 and a 7.88 3-cone. However, he was tremendous in the drills, which is most important because Deiter wasn’t expected to test great athletically in the first place.

Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
Andre Dillard tested extremely well in Indianapolis. He began his Friday morning by running a 4.96 40-yard dash with a 1.69 10-yard split. His 3-cone (7.44), vertical (29 inches) and broad jump (9-10) were tremendous as well. Most importantly, he was very fluid in the drills. His excellent testing numbers should push him into the first round after some teams told us back in January that he was projected as a second-round pick.

Cody Ford, G, Oklahoma
Some believe that Cody Ford can remain a tackle in the NFL, and he was off to a good start in Indianapolis when his arms measured in at 34 inches. However, Ford looked like he lacked the athleticism of a tackle on Friday. His 40 time wasn’t good (5.21), while his 3-cone time was atrocious (8.27). It’s also a concern that he posted just 19 bench press reps. He should’ve been able to hit a figure in the mid-20s at the very least.

Hjalte Froholdt, G, Arkansas
Hjalte Froholdt didn’t blow anyone away with his 5.20 40-yard dash or 1.83 10-yard split, but his 3-cone time was stellar (7.51). Froholdt was very smooth in the drills. He may have been a fringe-draftable prospect entering Indianapolis, but he now seems like he’s close to a lock for the middle or end of Day 3.

Andre James, G/OT, UCLA
Andre James looks like a tweener lineman to me. He’s not nearly athletic or lengthy enough to play tackle, yet he’s not strong enough to be a guard. His 32-inch arms and 8.00 3-cone time were both poor, while his 21 bench press reps have to be a concern for any team considering moving him inside.

Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College
Chris Lindstrom was one of the big winners at the combine for something he didn’t even do during the Friday workouts. Charlie Campbell reported that Lindstrom interviewed extremely well, which is really what the combine is all about. That said, Lindstrom also looked great while working out as well. He ran a 4.91 40 with a 1.70 10-yard split, while his 3-cone was a solid 7.61. His arms measured in at 34 1/8 inches, which was also a positive.

Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
Greg “Mr. Reliable” Little did not have the best showing in Indianapolis. He wasn’t a great interview, and he didn’t bench for some reason. His 40 time (5.33) and 10-yard split (1.84) weren’t good either. Even worse, he was sloppy in the drills. Little’s stock is falling for sure.

Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington
Kaleb McGary tested well athletically, but his arm length was a major red flag coming out of the combine. McGary’s arms didn’t even measure in at 33 inches, as they were 32 7/8 inches. Some teams don’t even like tackles who don’t have 34-inch arms, so failing to have 33-inch arms is a concern.

Max Scharping, G/OT, Northwestern
Max Scharping didn’t run a 40, but he was great in the drills, looking very smooth. Scharping’s arm length wasn’t great (33 5/8 inches), but he has the strength to move inside.

Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
Some believe Jonah Williams will have to move inside rather than play tackle in the pros. Those worries were justified at the combine, as Williams’ arms measured in at 33 5/8 inches. Williams was excellent at Alabama, but it’ll be difficult for him to play tackle in the pros with short arms. Williams had some nice workouts and looked great in the drills, but it’s also worth noting that his bench press reps (23) and 3-cone time (8.01) were both disappointing.

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