Cordy Glenn scouting report

Cordy Glenn OG Georgia #71
Ht: 6’6″

Wt: 346

 
Strengths:
Elite size and strength. Impressive upper body strength allows him to knock smaller pass rushers off their course with ease. Has the lower body strength to anchor against bull rushers. Decent athleticism for his size; could be viewed as a right tackle prospect by some teams. Quick feet for his size. A nasty run blocker who has the ability to swallow up defenders. Gets to the second level quicker than most interior linemen. Experience at both guard and tackle; started at left tackle throughout senior year.
Weaknesses:
Occasionally struggles with speed rushers off the edge; just doesn’t have the mobility to match their explosiveness off the snap. Stamina may be a slight issue; appears to wear down throughout the course of the game and will get sloppy with his fundamentals, playing too high at times.
Comments:
Glenn was put in a tough position switching to left tackle prior to his senior year. He was surprisingly effective, but lacks the athleticism to play the position in the NFL. Most teams will view him as a guard, where he has the potential to be among the best in the game. Some more run-oriented teams may view him as a right tackle. As a guard or right tackle he is definitely a 1st-round prospect, and should be able to play at a high level from day one.
Videos:
2011 vs LSU



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