Cordy Glenn scouting report

Cordy Glenn OG Georgia #71
Ht: 6’5″

Wt: 350

 
Strengths:
Elite size and strength. Four-year starter with experience at both guard and tackle; could potentially play right tackle in the pros if necessary. A dominant run blocker; does a great job getting low and driving his man back. Excels in short-yardage situations. Adequate athleticism for an interior lineman; can occasionally get to the second level. Strong lower body gives him a sturdy base to hold his ground against the bull rush. A durable player who hasn’t missed any time.
Weaknesses:
Played out of position at left tackle as a senior and struggled for much of the year. Lacks the quick feet necessary to play tackle in the pros. Has a tendency to get too upright in pass protection, especially if he isn’t engaged immediately, and is suceptiable to delayed blitzes.
Comments:
Georgia didn’t do Glenn any favors by having him shift to left tackle, but he tooks his lumps and showed some improvement throughout the year. He clearly lacks the athleticism to play left tackle in the pros, and probably shouldn’t be playing on the right side either. However, his massive frame makes him an ideal interior lineman, especially for a power-running team. If his skill set fills a specific whole a team is looking to fill, he could sneak into the 1st round.
Videos:
2011 vs Boise State (left tackle)
2010 season (guard) 

 

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