Originally Posted by ricardisimo
Actually, I'm secretly trying to lower his stock to make sure that he's there when we pick.
He definitely looked fluid, and like I said, it's probably best not
to be a great jumper as an O-linemen. Still, to that commentator's point, might be nice to see him lose 30 lbs. of fat and gain 15 lbs. of muscle.
You mention Georgia... you know, as far as linemen there's only two guards and one tackle from Georgia currently in the NFL, and not one of them is a starter. Does not bode well for the program, or Glenn, I guess. If you're factoring in schools, I think the Big Ten is where you need to look for guards and tackles.
Good idea to try and lower his stock, sorry for bringing attention to it.
Georgia O line Coach Stacy Searels is a great coach. He left 2 years ago for texas, but at least Glenn should have got some of his basics from Searels. The guy was a technician and coaches technicians. That is what I was referring to.