Jan 6, 2014; Pasadena, CA, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive back Lamarcus Joyner (20) is tackled by Auburn Tigers offensive linesman Greg Robinson (73) after recovering a fumble on an interception during the second half of the 2014 BCS National Championship game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Scouting Combine: Offensive Linemen Weigh-In Results and Analysis

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Here are the results of the offensive linemen weigh-in and measurements for the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine:

Player School Height Weight Arm length Hand size
Matt Armstrong Grand Valley State 6’2 302 33″ 10 5/8″
Joel Bitonio Nevada 6’4 302 33 7/8″ 9 5/8″
Russell Bodine North Carolina 6’3 310 32 1/2″ 10″
Conor Boffeli Iowa 6’4 298 32″ 9 3/8″
Justin Britt Missouri 6’6 325 33 1/3″ 10 1/4″
Dakota Dozier Furman 6’4 313 33 7/8″ 9 7/8″
Kadeem Edwards Tennessee State 6’4 313 35 1/2″ 9 1/2″
Matt Feiler Bloomsburg 6’6 330 32″ 9 1/2″
Cameron Fleming Stanford 6’5 323 34″ 9 7/8″
Zach Fulton Tennessee 6’5 316 33 1/4″ 10 1/4″
Ryan Groy Wisconsin 6’5 316 33 1/4″ 10 3/8″
Jon Halapio Florida 6’3 323 33 5/8″ 10 1/4″
Jonotthan Harrison Florida 6’3 304 33 3/8″ 9 7/8″
Seantrel Henderson Miami 6’7 331 34 5/8″ 10 1/2″
James Hurst North Carolina 6’5 296 33 3/4″ 10 1/8″
Gabe Ikard Oklahoma 6’4 304 33 1/8″ 9 5/8″
Gabriel Jackson Mississippi State 6’3 336 33 3/4″ 10″
Ja’wuan James Tennessee 6’6 311 35″ 9 7/8″
Wesley Johnson Vanderbilt 6’5 297 33 1/8″ 10 1/4″
Cyrus Kouandjio Alabama 6’7 322 35 5/8″ 10 1/4″
Tyler Larsen Utah State 6’4 313 31 1/2″ 9 1/4″
Charles Leno Boise State 6’4 304 34 3/8″ 10 1/8″
Taylor Lewan Michigan 6’7 309 33 7/8″ 9 1/4″
Brandon Linder Miami 6’6 311 34 1/2″ 10 1/4″
Cory Linsley Ohio State 6’3 296 32″ 9 7/8″
Spencer Long Nebraska 6’5 320 33 1/8″ 10 3/4″
Luke Lucas Kansas State 6’8 316 36 3/4″ 10″
Marcus Martin USC 6’3 320 34″ 10″
Zack Martin Notre Dame 6’4 308 32 7/8″ 9 1/2″
Jake Matthews Texas A&M 6’5 308 33 3/8″ 9 7/8″
Jack Mewhort Ohio State 6’6 309 34″ 9 3/4″
Morgan Moses Virginia 6’6 314 35 3/8″ 9 7/8″
Matt Paradis Boise State 6’3 306 32 3/8″ 9 7/8″
Matt Patchan Boston College 6’6 302 33″ 9 3/8″
Antonio Richardson Tennessee 6’6 336 35″ 10 1/4″
Cyril Richardson Baylor 6’5 329 34 5/8″ 9 1/2″
Weston Richburg Colorado State 6’3 298 33 3/8″ 9 1/4″
Greg Robinson Auburn 6’5 332 35″ 10″
Michael Schofield Michigan 6’6 301 34″ 9 5/8″
Anthony Steen Alabama 6’3 314 30 1/2″ 9 1/8″
James Stone Tennessee 6’4 306 33 7/8″ 10 1/8″
Bryan Stork Florida State 6’4 315 32 1/4″ 10 1/8″
Xavier Su’a-Filo UCLA 6’4 307 33 3/8″ 9 3/8″
Travis Swanson Arkansas 6’5 312 33 1/8″ 10″
Brandon Thomas Clemson 6’3 317 34 3/4″ 10 1/2″
Billy Turner North Dakota State 6’5 315 34″ 10″
Trai Turner LSU 6’3 310 34″ 9 1/2″
John Urschel Penn State 6’3 313 33″ 10 3/8″
Chris Watt Notre Dame 6’3 310 32 3/4″ 9 1/2″
David Yankey Stanford 6’6 315 34″ 9 1/2″

Here are some observations:

  • Antonio “Tiny” Richardson was–as expected–huge. Interesting note though, his hand size at 10 1/4″ was the same as Russell Wilson’s in 2012.
  • Greg Robinson, who has risen to the top OT position on many boards, measured at an impressive 6’5″ 332 pounds. Athletically, people expect him to be great as well.
  • I think Alabama OT Cyrus Kouandjio is going to be this year’s workout warrior. He is an absolute beast. He checked in at 6’7″ 322 with long arms and big hands. He will blow people away with his speed, quickness, and strength.
  • Billy Turner, something of a sleeper out of North Dakota State, has great size and I think will also impress in the OL drills.
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