a 4.72 40 time and posting a 34 inch vertical jump. Johnson also completed 28 reps on the bench, a satisfactory mark for a 6 6 tackle whose arm length exceeds 35 inches. He translated his athleticism onto the field during drills as Johnson's quickness and footwork looked NFL caliber. His performance should push Johnson into the middle portion of Round 1.
Texas A Aggies offensive lineman Luke Joeckel does a foot work drill during the 2013 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.(Photo: Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports)
TIGHT ENDS: Eifert (likely) leaps into draft top 20Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina:
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Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma:
Schwenke was a fringe prospect entering the 2012 season, but he gained attention after switching to center his senior season. He was the most athletic center on the field Saturday and stood out during position drills, displaying the best footwork of any blocker in attendance. Schwenke showed tremendous quickness, movement skills and practiced with great balance. He has moved from a draft afterthought into the top 90 picks.
Kyle Long, OG, Oregon:
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The small school prospect turned in an eye popping workout and has scouts buzzing. His 40 time of 4.71 (including a ten yard split of 1.67), is one of the fastest ever for an offensive lineman. His other marks include 31 reps on the bench press, a vertical jump of 34.5 inches and a 9 4 broad jump. Armstead proved to be a complete blocker during position drills as he was quick footed and fast moving in every direction of the field. He's a potential second round choice.
Cooper impressed scouts the minute he arrived in Indianapolis and looked terrific during his entire combine workout. Cooper knocked out 35 repititions of 225 pounds on the bench press and his muscular frame tipped the scale at 313 pounds. Both marks pleasantly surprised NFL scouts. He clocked 5.07 in the 40 yard dash before looking sensational during position drills. Cooper was quick, flexible and moved effortlesslyaround the field. The All American guard also snapped the ball from center during a number of drills, displaying a degree of versatility in his game. Cooper came to the combine as a mid first round choice, but could leave as a top 10 pick.
Several small school prospects exceeded expectations while a number of linemen from major college programs turned in disappointing performances. Here's a breakdown of the risers and sliders.
Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan:
Workouts at the NFL combine kicked off Saturday as the offensive linemen took to the turf of Lucas Oil Stadium in the hopes of impressing future employers.
David Quessenberry, OT, San Jose State: The 6 5 blocker clocked 5.07 in the 40 yard dash, including a quick 10 yard split of 1.73. His 25 reps on the bench press were better than expected. Quessenbery was fluid and quick in position drills. His strong combine workout and the ability to lineup at both tackle and guard could help him squeeze into the third round.
Long has been all over draft boards the past three months yet his performance today lends credibility to the teams who grade him as a top 60 pick. Long timed 4.91 in the 40 yard dash and was quick and explosive in every drill. He's another prospect Prada Bags Canvas that could play both guard or tackle.
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small school before finally making his way to Florida State. The right tackle was not exceptional in any single aspect of the combine, but he showed terrific athleticism from start to finish. He should become an NFL starter.
Brian Schwenke, C, California:
Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas Pine Bluff:
Fisher, largely projected as a Top 10 pick, was impressive. His marks included a 40 time of 5.05, a 4.44 in the 20 yard shuttle and a broad jump of 9 8. During position drills Fisher showed the uncanny ability to keep his 6 7 frame low to the ground, something NFL decision Prada Tote Handbags
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