Written by Joe Marino on February 20, 2015
Day One of the NFL Scouting Combine featured the offensive line and tight ends participating in on-field drills. Here at Draft Breakdown, we are making the results of the workouts and weigh-ins easy to track with our 2015 NFL Scouting Combine Results Tracker.
Beyond the measurable aspects of the Combine, there were on-field drills that allow evaluators to examine the movement skills and athletic ability of the prospects. Below are some of my notes and takeaways from the day’s events.
- The three most impressive offensive lineman in terms of fluidity and movement skills were LSU OT La’El Collins, Florida OT DJ Humphries and Oregon OT Jake Fisher. After originally thinking Collins’ best fit in the NFL would be at guard, I am going back to the tape to see if I am comfortable projecting him to tackle.
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