2022 NFL Combine Stock Report: Offensive Linemen

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This is the 2022 NFL Combine Stock Report for the offensive linemen. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.



Spencer Burford, OT, Texas-San Antonio
Spencer Burford didn’t time very well (5.24), but that’s not a big deal for the offensive linemen. What stood out to me was how smooth Burford was in the drills. Teams that don’t value 40 times for offensive linemen surely will be moving Burford up their boards.

Charles Cross, OT, State
Charles Cross tested very well, running a 4.95 40-yard dash. His 10-yard split was a terrific 1.73. He also looked great in the drills. Cross cemented his top-16 status with this performance.



Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona State
Kellen Diesch showed plenty of athleticism at the combine, running a 4.89 40 with a 1.70 10-yard split. He also notched a 32.5-inch vertical and a 9-2 broad jump. Diesch has good tape, so he’s not just some athlete who performed as well as expected.

Ikem Ekwonu, OT, N.C. State
Ikem Ekwonu was the top-testing offensive lineman at the combine this year. He showed as much athleticism as Lane Johnson from nine years ago. Ekwonu ran a 4.93 with a 1.76 split at 320 pounds. He also leapt 29 inches in the vertical.



Luke Fortner, C, Kentucky
Luke Fortner didn’t post great testing numbers at the combine – they were rather mediocre – but the important thing was how good he looked in the drills. He was very smooth, as he made a case for himself to be the second center off the board after Tyler Linderbaum.

Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M
Kenyon Green didn’t look like a first-round pick at the combine. His testing numbers were poor, and he looked rather sluggish in the drills. This doesn’t guarantee that he’ll be a failure in the NFL by any means, but he seems destined to be chosen on Day 2 now.



Ed Ingram, G, LSU
Ed Ingram looked great in the drills, as he was able to display some impressive footwork. He also tested extremely well. He ran a 5.02 40 at 6-3, 317. His 10-yard split of 1.73 was impressive for a man his size.

Zion Johnson, G, Boston College
Was the battle for the first guard to be chosen in the 2022 NFL Draft won at the combine? Perhaps it was, as Zion Johnson was better than Kenyon Green in every regard. He tested better than Green, including the 3-cone, which Johnson ran in an impressive 7.38. He also killed it in the drills, whereas Green struggled.

Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State
Abraham Lucas was able to show off his superior athleticism at the combine. He began with a 4.92 40, including a 10-yard split of 1.76, which was terrific for a 322-pound lineman. Lucas later clocked in a 7.25 3-cone time.

Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa
Trevor Penning is a bit of a raw prospect, but he destroyed the combine, thanks to his incredible athleticism. He ran the 40 in 4.89 seconds with a 1.70 10-yard split despite weighing in at 330 pounds. That’s just ridiculous. He also clocked in a 7.25 3-cone time.

Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan
Bernhard Raimann tested well athletically with a 5.05 40 and a 7.46 3-cone, but the issue he had at the combine was his arm length. Ideally, NFL tackles should have 34-inch arms. Unfortunately for Raimann, his arms weren’t even 33 inches. They measured in at 32 7/8.

Zach Tom, OT/C, Wake Forest
Zach Tom tested very well athletically at the combine. He ran a 4.94 40 time, including a 1.70 10-yard split. His 3-cone time was an excellent 7.32.

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