2012 Scouting Report: Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia


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Measurables

6’5

345 pounds

35 3/4 inch arms

10 1/8 inch hands

5.15 forty yard dash, 31 bench press reps, 23.5 inch vertical jumps, 93 inch broad jump, 8.13 3 cone drill, 5.00 20 yard shuttle

 

Pros:

Great size

Has played multiple positions well

Great strength in the run game

4 year starter

Nimble feet for his size

Able to pull very well and hit defenders on the move

 Plays with pretty good technique

Strong base

heavy handed, good initial punch

Cons:

Is not athletic enough to play LT in the NFL

Must drop some weight

Is penalty prone

Does not bounce back well from bad plays

Does not fire off the ball as well as you’d like

Sometimes he doesn’t punish Linemen and linebackers like his size and strength indicate he should

  Player Comparison:           Leonard Davis

 Round Projection:               Mid first round

 Summary:

Cordy Glenn had a bad first game versus Boise State, since then he has played well at LT against some solid competition.  That being said he is far too big and not nearly fast enough to play LT in the NFL in most schemes. There are a few teams who would give him a shot over at LT.  He does have the ability to become a dominate OG.  He is nimble for a 340 pound man and he can pull very well.  He is capable of bulldozing opponents and has RT ability which will increase his stock.  Teams needing some beef in the interior OL should look at him in Round 1  Teams such as Jets, Patriots, Steelers, Titans, Giants,  Bengals, Lions could all consider Glenn.

 

NFLmocks preseason bio

Massive offensive line prospect who is a pre-season first team All SEC selection by Athlon Sports for the 2011 season. Glenn has started 36 games for the Bulldogs, and was named an All American by Pro Football Weekly. Third team All SEC selection by Phil Steele last year, and one of the top power guard prospects in the country. There was a school of thought that Glenn could be the first guard selected had he come out after his junior season, and he looks like he could be a 2nd or 3rd round pick. Absolutely a mauling lineman who punishes anyone who gets in his way, Glenn and center Ben Jones will combine on the Georgia interior to open up holes for running backs and keep the quarterback off the ground. This is a guy who you project to go in the 2nd round or later because of the position he plays, but with another big season, he could be in the first round mix.

Video

The first two vidoes are from TMBdraft

Vs Boise State 2011

(This was not Glenn’s best game)

2010 Draft Review


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