2023 NFL Combine Stock Report: Offensive Linemen

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This is the 2023 NFL Combine Stock Report for the offensive linemen. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

Matthew Bergeron, OT, Syracuse
Matthew Bergeron didn’t run the 40, so we don’t have a 10-yard split for him. However, he improved his draft stock in Indianapolis by performing extremely well in the drills. He displayed great feet during the on-field work.

Anthony Bradford, OT, LSU
Anthony Bradford was a huge winner at the combine. He posted a 5.08 40 time with a 1.74 10-yard split, which was incredibly impressive, given that he weighed in at 6-4, 332. He also looked smooth in the drills.

Mark Evans, G, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Mark Evans played tackle at Arkansas-Pine Bluff, but will have to move to guard with his 32 3/8-inch arms. However, he should be a solid guard in the NFL if his on-field workout is any indicator; he looked very smooth in the drills.

Blake Freeland, OT, BYU
Blake Freeland had a tremendous combine, outside of NFL.com designating him as a 398-pound lineman for several hours. Freeland exploded with a 4.98 40, which includes a group-best 1.68 10-yard split. He also recorded a 37-inch vertical and a 10-0 broad jump.

Jon Gaines, G, UCLA
Jon Gaines posted exceptional agility numbers at the combine. He topped the position at both the 3-cone (7.31) and the shuttle. He also had longer arms than expected for a guard (33 5/8).

Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma
Anton Harrison checked the arm-length box when he received a 34 1/8-inch measurement in that regard. He then showed off plus athleticism in the 40. He ran a 4.98 40 time, which includes a 1.77 10-yard split.

Paris Johnson, OT/G, Ohio State
It was disappointing that Paris Johnson didn’t run the 40 at the combine, but he still showed extremely well because of his work in the on-field drills. He was extremely fluid in his workouts, and it’s also worth noting that his arms measured in at a very impressive 36 1/8 inches.

Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia
Broderick Jones has been mocked higher than NFL evaluators slot him, as Charlie Campbell reported that teams have Jones projected as a Day 2 talent. Jones did his best to combat that evaluation by showing off some great athleticism. He ran a 4.97 40, which includes a 1.75 10-yard split. He also recorded a 30-inch vertical.

Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma
Wanya Morris suffered an injury during his second 40 attempt. His hamstring buckled, causing him to stumble. Morris was then on the ground for a while. It sounds like Morris might have a chance to participate in his pro day, but this injury will still hurt him.

John Ojukwu, OT, Boise State
Agility tests are so important for the evaluation of offensive linemen, and John Ojukwu passed with flying colors. Ojukwu was fifth in the 3-cone (7.52) and second in the shuttle, so he definitely helped himself at the combine.

Peter Skoronski, OT/G/C, Northwestern
Peter Skoronski looked athletic in the 40, running a 5.16 with a 10-yard split time of 1.75 despite measuring 6-4, 313. The problem was his arm length; he measured in at 32 1/4 inches in that department, so some teams might peg him as an interior lineman only despite his great athleticism.

Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee
Darnell Wright posted some incredible measurables at the combine. He ran a 5.01 40, and he also notched a 29-inch vertical. All of this occurred at 6-5, 333 pounds! Wright definitely helped himself in Indianapolis.

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