2012 Combine OL, TE, K impressions

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  1. Playoffs

    Playoffs Subscribed Contributor

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    Looking like OL 40 times, and more importantly 10 splits, are going lower than last year.
     
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    DeCastro/Riley Reiff/Kahlil look the part

    Cordy Glenn helped himself, although he's too high too often

    Thomas Compton, South Dakota sleeper standout to me -- maybe not ZBS, but he's clean if not quick

    Rishaw Johnson looked totally undercoached/unprepared

    Justin Anderson was on the ground 3/4 times .. bad

    Philip Blake helped himself

    Mike Adams only 19 reps

    Desmond Wynn looked good to me

    Amini Silatolu just looks like a football player, little bit pissed off

    Quentin Saulsberry 6' 2 3/8"/ 33 3/4" versatile in college, looks interior to me, good sidestep technique
     
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    They were talking about the versatility and athleticism of Cordy Glenn and I thought to myself "hmm sounds like a guy the Texans could use" then one guy specifically said "he is a guy who would not fit with a team like the Texans".
     
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    Blake as I expected is looking good.
     
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    His arm length was 33, neither real long or short but he only got 22 bench reps, I was hoping for at least 25 minimum from a center. He had a very good run time though
     

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