2024 NFL Combine Stock Report: Offensive Linemen

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This is the 2024 NFL Combine Stock Report for the offensive linemen. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.

Gottlieb Ayedze, OL, Maryland
Gottlieb Ayedze had a strong combine performance. In addition to looking good in the drills, Ayedze ran a 5.01 40 with an impressive 10-yard split of 1.72, which was good for fourth-best among the first group of offensive linemen.

Cooper Beebe, OL, Kansas State
Cooper Beebe showed off some great athleticism despite weighing in at 322 pounds. He ran a 5.03, which was a great time at his weight. His 1.75 10-yard split was excellent as well. Beebe parlayed his great time with a terrific showing in the drills.

Tanor Bortolini, OL, Wisconsin
Tanor Bortolini was one of the top winners among the first group of offensive linemen at the combine. He tied for the best 40 time in the first group with a 4.94, which includes a great 10-yard split of 1.69. He also had the best 3-cone time of all the offensive linemen with a 7.16. More importantly, Bortolini shined in the drills.

Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU
Brandon Coleman was one of the top athletic testers of the offensive linemen at the combine. Coleman ran a 4.99 40 with a 1.73 10-yard split, which is exceptional at 313 pounds. Coleman also added a 34-inch vertical and a 9-6 broad jump.

Frank Crum, OL, Wyoming
Frank Crum tied for the top 40 time among the first group of offensive linemen on Sunday. Crum ran a 4.94 with a 1.69 10-yard split despite weighing in at 313 pounds. He also added a 9-6 broad jump.

Olu Fashanu, OL, Penn State
Olu Fashanu wasn’t able to participate in the on-field drills because he suffered an injury while running the 40. While there’s a chance he’ll be able to work out by the Penn State pro day, there might be some concern about Fashanu’s durability.

Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington
Troy Fautanu was perhaps the best offensive linemen during the on-field drills. That was most important for Fautanu’s stock, but it didn’t hurt that he ran a 5.01 40 with a 1.71 10-yard split at 317 pounds. His arms were also an impressive 34.5 inches.

Taliese Fuaga, OL, Oregon State
Taliese Fuaga is another offensive lineman who dominated the drills. Fuaga also impressed with his testing numbers, particularly his 40. He ran a 5.13, which may not turn any heads, but keep in mind that Fuaga is 324 pounds. Fuaga also leapt 32 inches in the vertical.

Garret Greenfield, OL, South Dakota State
Xavier Worthy wasn’t the only record-setter at the combine this year. Garret Greenfield set the offensive line combine record in the vertical with 38.5 inches. He also added a 9-5 broad jump. While his 40 wasn’t great (5.22), Greenfield looked excellent in the drills.

Beaux Limmer, OL, Arkansas
Beaux Limmer’s 40 didn’t stand out, but it wasn’t a terrible time at 5.22. Limmer, however, shined in other places. He had a relatively quick 3-cone time of 7.47 and a great 36.5-inch vertical. More importantly, he was great in the drills.

Mason McCormick, OL, South Dakota State
Mason McCormick is another offensive lineman who showed out in the drills and the testing portion. McCormick ran a 5.08 with a 1.71 10-yard split. He had a nice 35.5-inch vertical and a 9-9 broad jump as well. McCormick would’ve received an up arrow for those numbers alone, but as stated earlier, he was strong in the drills.

Dylan McMahon, OL, N.C. State
Dylan McMahon posted some great quickness numbers at the combine. He had the fourth-fastest short-shuttle time and the second-fastest 3-cone time, clocking in at 7.26 seconds.

Amarius Mims, OL, Georgia
Watching Amarius Mims run a 5.07 40 at 340 pounds was quite the sight to see. Mims looked superb there, and then he followed that up by running the second-fastest short shuttle time at 4.33 seconds.

Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona
Jordan Morgan was supposed to test extremely well at the combine, and he didn’t disappoint. Morgan ran a 5.04 40 at 311 pounds. Even better, his 10-yard split was a swift 1.70. Morgan has some question marks, but athleticism is not one of them.

Roger Rosengarten, OL, Washington
Roger Rosengarten ran the fastest 40 of all the offensive linemen at the combine, so he has to get a mention. His 10-yard split (1.73) didn’t exactly track, but Rosengarten made up for it by performing at a high level during the on-field drills.

Kingsley Suamataia, OL, BYU
Kingsley Suamataia had seen his draft stock slip a bit recently, so he needed a strong combine performance to change the narrative. He certainly had one, as he ran a 5.04 with a 1.74 10-yard split despite weighing 326 pounds. He also looked good in the on-field drills.

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