Cordy Glenn | Draft Breakdown

Cordy Glenn

Position OT School Georgia
Height 6' 5 3/4" Weight 345 lbs
Class Senior Number
All-Star Senior Bowl 40 Time ---

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Initially considered a prospect who may have to switch to guard in the pros, Glenn made an impressive showing at the Senior Bowl and opened some eyes to his potential as a tackle in the NFL. While I still like him mainly as a guard, his versatility and potential may have him skyrocketing up into the top-15 of the first round come draft day. A massive man with extremely long arms, Glenn is unsurprisingly a powerful run blocker with the ability to control defenders at the line of scrimmage. As you would expect, however, he may struggle with speed rushers in the NFL despite good agility for a man his size, forcing the switch to right tackle or guard. Glenn possesses huge upside and has been slowly moving up draft boards since Senior Bowl week. At this point, he looks like a lock as a top-20 pick.

Massive size and arm length (35 1/8″). Powerful upper and lower body that can drive defenders off the ball. Surprising athleticism to get to the second level. Decent balance. Strong initial punch. Natural wide base. Smooth. Strong anchor. Solid fundamentals. Quick feet to mirror defenders. Reliable. Versatile.

Potential weight concerns. Questionable ability to handle edge speed at left tackle full time in the NFL. Inconsistent hand placement. Gets lazy and becomes a waist-bender. Plays too upright at times. Relies on strength too much. Doesn’t always finish blocks.