Official Combine Numbers: Offensive Linemen

Here are the official numbers for the offensive linemen from the combine. Both 40-times, including electronic splits, as well as the jumps, shuttle runs and bench press results are included. Notes from the practice session are added as well.

Official Ht/Wt/Bench Press

Name School Ht Wt BP
Andy Alleman Akron 6040 305 27
Allen Barbre Missouri Southern 6040 300 28
Josh Beekman Boston College 6015 313 24
Nathan Bennett Clemson 6043 316 34
Stephen Berg Arizona State 6047 330 19
Justin Blalock Texas 6032 320 40
Levi Brown Penn State 6054 323 31
Andrew Carnahan Arizona State 6071 306 22
Doug Datish Ohio State 6041 302 31
Chris Denman Fresno State 6064 315 21
Tim Duckworth Auburn 6030 306 20
Tala Esera Hawaii 6032 312 INJ
Mark Fenton Colorado 6042 290 22
Doug Free Northern Illinois 6062 324 22
Dustin Fry Clemson 6025 314 34
Brandon Frye Virginia Tech 6041 301 34
Ben Grubbs Auburn 6026 311 29
Gabe Hall Texas Tech 6037 313 22
Ryan Harris Notre Dame 6044 305 22
Leroy Harris North Carolina State 6024 302 29
Mario Henderson Florida State 6064 302 20
Stephon Heyer Maryland 6063 334 30
Corey Hilliard Oklahoma State 6052 308 28
Chase Johnson Wyoming 6084 330 NL
Mike Jones Iowa 6050 309 28
Ryan Kalil USC 6026 299 34
Adam Koets Oregon State 6051 298 20
Enoka Lucas Oregon 6025 303 34
Palauni Ma Sun Oregon 6051 319 22
James Marten Boston College 6074 309 INJ
Drew Mormino Central Michigan 6032 299 27
Dan Mozes West Virginia 6025 293 28
Uche Nwaneri Purdue 6031 325 24
Mike Otto Purdue 6054 308 20
Manny Ramirez Texas Tech 6030 326 40
Dan Santucci Notre Dame 6034 301 23
Samson Satele Hawaii 6025 300 25
Arron Sears Tennessee 6032 319 21
Ken Shackleford Georgia 6047 322 28
Joe Staley Central Michigan 6057 306 27
Cameron Stephenson Rutgers 6032 306 34
Scott Stephenson Iowa State 6032 297 21
Kasey Studdard Texas 6024 303 32
Herbert Taylor TCU 6037 296 26
Joe Thomas Wisconsin 6065 311 28
Tony Ugoh Arkansas 6052 301 32
Dane Uperesa Hawaii 6043 309 INJ
Elliott Vallejo Cal-Davis 6070 327 24
Julius Wilson UAB 6043 327 INJ
Mansfield Wrotto Georgia Tech 6030 317 27
Marshal Yanda Iowa 6037 307 INJ

 

Official 40-times with 10-yd and 20-yd Splits

Name 10-1 20-1 40-1 10-2 20-2 40-2
Andy Alleman 1.78 2.94 5.05 1.76 2.91 5.04
Allen Barbe 1.72 2.85 4.88 1.73 2.87 4.90
Josh Beekman 1.86 3.06 5.43 1.87 3.10 5.46
Nathan Bennett 2.02 3.31 5.70 1.95 3.26 5.68
Stephen Berg INJ
Justin Blalock 1.77 2.97 5.20 1.80 3.00 5.23
Levi Brown 1.89 3.11 5.39 1.91 3.15 5.45
Andrew Carnahan INJ
Doug Datish 1.81 3.02 5.17 1.84 3.02 5.18
Chris Denman 1.92 3.23 5.66 1.94 2.21 5.62
Tim Duckworth 1.85 3.10 5.45 1.87 3.12 5.48
Tala Esera SICK
Mark Fenton INJ
Doug Free 1.82 3.01 5.27 1.84 3.02 5.22
Dustin Fry 1.94 3.15 5.47 INJ
Brandon Frye 1.81 3.01 5.14 1.84 2.95 5.13
Ben Grubbs 1.81 3.02 5.20 1.79 3.01 5.23
Gabe Hall 1.80 2.92 4.94 1.79 2.90 4.92
Ryan Harris 1.81 3.01 5.14 1.82 2.98 5.11
Leroy Harris 1.83 3.06 5.33 1.86 3.09 5.35
Mario Henderson 1.84 3.00 5.19 1.84 3.01 5.15
Stephon Heyer 2.08 3.34 5.67 2.09 3.37 5.72
Corey Hilliard 1.91 3.13 5.41 1.86 3.09 5.38
Chase Johnson 1.89 3.12 5.45 1.91 3.16 5.46
Mike Jones 1.79 3.09 5.46 1.84 3.14 5.54
Ryan Kalil 1.77 2.91 5.01 1.78 2.92 5.01
Adam Koets 1.76 2.93 5.09 1.76 2.92 5.07
Enoka Lucas 1.95 3.22 5.61 1.85 3.12 5.44
Palauni Ma Sun 2.04 3.41 5.90 2.07 3.45 5.95
James Marten 1.78 2.97 5.08 1.78 2.98 5.13
Drew Mormino 1.85 3.06 5.40 1.88 3.10 5.36
Dan Mozes 1.92 3.17 5.39 1.95 3.22 5.52
Uche Nwaneri 1.87 3.13 5.44 1.89 3.16 5.49
Mike Otto 1.87 3.08 5.29 1.84 3.06 5.28
Manny Ramirez INJ
Dan Santucci 1.80 3.02 5.20 1.77 2.99 5.15
Samson Satele 1.84 3.05 5.26 1.83 3.02 5.25
Ken Shackleford 1.88 3.09 5.33 1.93 3.15 5.41
Cameron Stephenson 1.88 3.13 5.45 1.91 3.16 5.48
Scott Stephenson 1.86 3.07 5.28 1.85 3.04 5.21
Kasey Studdard 1.84 3.02 5.22 1.84 3.04 5.25
Herbert Taylor 1.90 3.08 5.23 1.92 3.12 5.31
Joe Thomas 1.79 2.93 5.00 1.81 2.97 5.07
Tony Ugoh 1.76 2.92 5.08 1.75 2.93 5.07
Dane Uperesa 1.86 3.07 INJ INJ
Elliott Vallejo 1.93 3.17 5.49 1.90 3.13 5.42
Julius Wilson 1.99 3.28 5.50 1.99 3.26 5.53
Mansfield Wrotto 1.87 3.11 5.44 DNR DNR DNR

 

Official Shuttle and Cone Times

 
Name 20Sht-1 20Sht-2 3Cn-1 3Cn-2
Andy Alleman 4.65 4.70 7.80 7.83
Allen Barbe 4.65 4.63 7.40 7.42
Josh Beekman 4.81 4.83 8.24 8.27
Nathan Bennett 5.06 5.04 8.15 8.18
Justin Blalock 4.72 4.72 7.75 7.79
Levi Brown 4.90 4.89 7.87 7.89
Doug Datish 4.65 4.68 7.51 7.51
Chris Denman 4.92 4.93 8.10 8.10
Tim Duckworth 4.79 4.78 8.28 8.26
Doug Free 4.53 4.56 7.38 7.39
Brandon Frye 4.44 4.40 7.50 7.53
Ben Grubbs 4.72 4.74 7.99 8.02
Gabe Hall 4.70 4.68 7.59 7.59
Ryan Harris 4.52 4.56 7.78 7.81
Leroy Harris 4.80 4.82 8.00 8.01
Mario Henderson 4.87 4.87 7.63 7.60
Corey Hilliard 4.65 4.69 7.47 7.45
Chase Johnson 4.70 4.70 8.16 8.15
Mike Jones 4.88 4.93 7.80 7.84
Ryan Kalil 4.34 4.40 7.50 7.50
Adam Koets 4.47 4.51 7.47 7.44
Enoka Lucas 4.84 4.88 8.10 8.12
Palauni Ma Sun 5.01 5.03 8.72 8.70
James Marten 4.54 4.58 7.69 7.68
Drew Mormino 4.53 4.54 7.50 7.48
Dan Mozes 4.84 4.88 8.00 7.98
Mike Otto 4.67 4.77 7.62 7.62
Dan Santucci 4.74 4.78 7.47 7.48
Samson Satele 4.29 4.33 7.47 7.48
Ken Shackleford 5.05 5.07 8.35 8.37
Cameron Stephenson 4.81 4.87 7.72 7.72
Scott Stephenson 4.60 4.57 7.63 7.62
Herbert Taylor 4.64 4.70 7.78 7.82
Joe Thomas 4.91 4.88 7.97 7.95
Elliott Vallejo 5.14 5.18 7.96 7.95
Julius Wilson 5.00 5.07 8.35 8.33
Mansfield Wrotto 4.92 4.96 8.34 8.36

Official Vertical and Broad  Jumps

Name VJ VJ-2 BJ-1 BJ-2
Andy Alleman 30.0 30.0 8-10 8-10
Allen Barbe 30.5 32.0 8-4 8-9
Josh Beekman 25.5 25.5 7-7 7-9
Nathan Bennett 26.5 26.5 7-6 7-3
Justin Blalock 27.5 28.5 8-1 8-5
Levi Brown 24.5 25.5 8-1 8-1
Doug Datish 26.0 26.0 8-6 8-5
Chris Denman 27.0 27.5 8-1 7-10
Tim Duckworth 25.0 25.0 7-6 7-10
Doug Free 29.5 30.0 9-3 9-1
Brandon Frye 30.5 32.5 8-2 8-7
Ben Grubbs 25.5 26.5 8-6 8-7
Gabe Hall 27.5 29.0 8-5 8-8
Ryan Harris 25.5 25.5 8-4 8-0
Leroy Harris 23.5 24.5 7-10 8-0
Mario Henderson 26.5 28.5 8-6 9-1
Stephon Heyer INJ INJ 7-9 7-10
Corey Hilliard 25.5 27.0 8-6 8-10
Chase Johnson 25.0 27.0 7-5 7-7
Mike Jones 25.0 25.5 8-1 8-2
Ryan Kalil 26.0 26.0 8-5 8-8
Adam Koets 30.0 32.0 8-10 8-8
Enoka Lucas 27.5 27.5 8-8 8-4
Palauni Ma Sun 24.0 24.5 7-3 7-7
James Marten 29.5 30.5 8-1 8-4
Drew Mormino 27.0 28.0 8-9 8-9
Dan Mozes 25.0 25.5 8-2 8-5
Mike Otto 25.0 26.5 8-6 8-9
Dan Santucci 27.5 29.0 8-3 8-6
Samson Satele 31.5 33.0 8-2 8-5
Ken Shackleford 23.0 24.5 8-5 8-6
Cameron Stephenson 28.0 28.5 8-5 8-3
Scott Stephenson 28.5 29.5 8-2 8-3
Herbert Taylor 26.5 27.0 8-4 8-4
Joe Thomas 33.0 33.0 9-2 9-1
Tony Ugoh 30.0 32.5 9-8 9-9
Elliott Vallejo 25.0 26.0 7-10 7-7
Julius Wilson 27.0 27.0 8-6 8-7
Mansfield Wrotto DNJ DNJ 7-7 7-8

Andy Alleman/G/Akron: After running a pair of fast times in the forty Alleman was solid during the practice session.  Displaying a lot of quickness and explosion, his footwork was much better then advertised.  Alleman was also very effective opening his hips in drills.

Allen Barbre/Missouri Southern:  As expected the small school lineman turned in a very fast pair of 40's.  In fact with Joe Staley sidelined with a hamstring injury they were some of the fastest of all  the offensive linemen.  Barbre moved well in practice displaying good footwork yet needs to improve his balance as he was all over the place.

Josh Beekman/G-C/Boston College:  After two very slow 40's Beekman continued to look sluggish and slow in drills.  He likely lost any chance of being a first day pick with his combine performance.

Nathan Bennett/G/Clemson: Bennett struggled in all the drills which required him to move laterally or had him change direction.

Justin Blalock/OL/Texas:  Looking strong and powerful in drills, Blalock displayed solid footwork.  He did not show a lot of quickness and struggled when he was asked to change direction.

Levi Brown/OT/Penn State:  Brown started slowly then picked it up as the session progressed.  His footwork looked servicable off the left side yet he struggled with most of the drills when simulating a right tackle.

Doug Datish/C/Ohio State: Datish looked stiff in pass blocking drills and did not show much pop or punch at the point.

Chris Denman/OT/Fresno State: After a pair of horribly slow 40's, Denman turned it around during the drills.  Quick and smooth in pass protection drills, he displayed good fundamentals and solid feet.

Brandon Frye/G/Virginia Tech:  Effective most of the session, Frye looked very athletic during his forties and on the field in the practice session.  He did struggle a bit sliding laterally but showed good punch and jolt at the point.

Ben Grubbs/G/Auburn: Grubbs was very quick and explosive.  He moved well laterally and showed skill in motion.

Gabe Hall/OL/Texas Tech:  A tremendous all around day for Hall.  After a pair of very fast forties Hall moved well in all the drills and showed good footwork in pass protection.   Hall could come away improving his draft stock more than any other blocker.

Leroy Harris/G-C/North Carolina State:  Harris displayed terrific power but really struggled when he was asked to move laterally.

Ryan Harris/G-T/Notre Dame:  Harris did a good job salvaging his sagging draft rankings.  He ran fast in the 40's and looked very athletic on the field.  

Stephon Heyer/T/Maryland: After a pair of poor forties the bad fortune continued for Heyer.  Looking sluggish during the session, Heyer struggled with his footwork, did not show much quickness and was constantly slipping on the field.

Chase Johnson/T/Wyoming:  Johnson turned in a very disappointing practice session.  While he flashed some natural athleticism for the most part he displayed limited footwork and did not attack the practice session.

Ryan Kalil/C/USC: Kalil kept the momentum going on his rising draft stock.  After some fast 40's he looked very athletic on the field, displaying a lot of explosion and quickness.  He did not show much power/pop at the point, which is a criticism of his game.

James Marten/T-G/Boston College: Marten did much better then expected and improved his stock.  As we told you after the Senior Bowl there are a large number of people who think he will be selected before his teammate, Josh Beekman, and today may have sealed the deal.  Martern ran well, displayed good footwork and was continually commended by the coaches.

Dan Santucci/G/Notre Dame:  Santucci turned in a solid session.  While he moved well about the field he did lack overall balance and power at the point.

Herbert Taylor/T-G/TCU:  Taylor quietly had a good session.  After some slower-than-expected 40's Taylor looked fluid and athletic in practice.  He showed good footwork in pass protection and moved well in all the drills.

Joe Thomas/T/Wisconsin:  Thomas solidified himself as a top four pick today.  After two good 40's he was outstanding in pass protection drills and was fluid moving in all directions.

Tony Ugoh/T/Arkansas:  Ugoh stated strong and looked like one of the better athletes on the field until pulling up lame with a leg injury midway through the session.


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