Waco Combine Top OL Performers

Thought our Scout.com All-American Waco Combine coverage was over? Think again. We have unit breakdowns to do, including this Offensive Line Breakdown, not to mention a "Top Five Overall Camp Performers" story to run. That will conclude our coverage of the Waco-TX Combine.

The Waco Combine had several standout prospects in attendance, at each position, and here are a few of the offensive linemen we got the chance to study up close and personal:

J'Marcus Webb -- OT -- We love him, but he'll be even better when he adds another 20-30 pounds. We watched Webb drop left, as if he was an LT (even though he plays RT in high school) and he was just as impressive dropping left, as he was right. So the 6-7-specimen, with little to zero body fat, has excellent coordination, footwork and just a natural at moving his feet. Right now, Webb just needs to work on getting stronger, which he is doing as we speak; kid has a good work ethic and should blow it up in his final season as a prep.

Curtis Bailey -- OT -- We love him, but he just needs to trim another 20-30 pounds. You're simply not going to be able to bull rush Bailey -- he's too strong. Kid has great feet -- the kind you're looking for from tackle prospects. And he definitely handled his own against the top DL in attendance. Despite him not being in tip-top shape, we still have the Dallas Carter OT rated as a State Top 20 prospect. If he can get himself down to 330 pounds, this kid could climb into the State's Top 10, or very close to it.

Demarcus Love -- G/T projection -- I know he doesn't have the height, but this kid showed he had the feet to play OT if someone is willing to give him a shot there. We really like this kid and think he could turn out to be a really good player, currently projecting as a guard first, tackle second. Kid matched up against the top DL at the Scout.com Combine and held his own. Keep an eye on this Dallas Carter OL -- he claims an early offer from K-State and should collect several more.

Buddy Brumit -- G/C or C/G projection -- Not sure he is strong enough to handle the big DT right now. So, at this point, the Garland OL needs to work on his strength. We like him better at center versus guard, though, and he recently worked out at a Texas Tech camp strictly as a center. So, we could make a move in his position projection in the next State Top 100-200 list. Without question, Brumit's a football player, isn't going to back down from anybody and he has that nastiness you want to see from an O-lineman.

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