Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn did not have a great senior season, during which he didn’t appear to be in the best of shape. However, he continues to raise his stock in the offseason, following an impressive Senior Bowl with a strong Scouting Combine.
After measuring at 6-5¾, 345 pounds and having the longest arms among offensive linemen (35¾ inches), Glenn continued to impress teams on Saturday during testing and drills. He showed the body control, coordination, balance and overall quickness that is rarely seen in a huge lineman like him.
For a player who was viewed by many as only a guard prospect when the 2011 season ended, his performance at the Combine has reinforced the view at the Senior Bowl that he can handle playing offensive tackle—most likely right tackle—in the NFL