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Tale of the Tape: Taylor Lewan vs. Jake Matthews

The 2013 NFL Draft saw several talented offensive linemen selected in the first round. It was the first time since Jake Long (Dolphins, 2008) that an offensive tackle was selected with the No.1 pick overall (Eric Fisher, Chiefs). In fact, offensive tackles were both the first AND second overall picks (Luke Joeckel, Jaguars, 1.02). The…

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Scouting the OTs: Oday Aboushi, Virginia

Oday Aboushi is an experienced left tackle who has started the last 37 games at the position for the Virginia Cavaliers.  Standing at 6’5 and 310 lbs, Aboushi was considered a 4 star recruit and the 23rd best OT in the Country by Rivals.com following his senior year at Xaverian High School in Brooklyn, NY….

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Scouting the OGs: Chance Warmack, Alabama

The talent at the top of the 2013 NFL Draft has been widely dissected and debated by NFL Draft analysts and scouts. And while a consensus opinion exists that this year’s Draft Class will offer some fantastic players early in round 1, many of the names being mentioned as possible top-10 picks present with warts…

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Scouting the OGs: Chance Warmack, Alabama

The talent at the top of the 2013 NFL Draft has been widely dissected and debated by NFL Draft analysts and scouts. And while a consensus opinion exists that this year’s Draft Class will offer some fantastic players early in round 1, many of the names being mentioned as possible top-10 picks present with warts…

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Scouting the OTs: DJ Fluker, Alabama

Three of the top 15 picks in the 2013 NFL Draft are likely to be offensive tackles (Luke Joeckel, Tex A&M; Eric Fisher, Central Mich; Lane Johnson, Oklahoma).  And while there may not be another offensive tackle picked in the top-32, there will be several starting quality players available at the position this April.  This…

Lane Johnson will likely be the 3rd OT selected in April's Draft.
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Scouting the OTs: Lane Johnson, Oklahoma

The 2013 NFL Draft will showcase several first round offensive tackles.  The first two likely to hear their names called are Luke Joeckel (OT, Tex A&M) and Eric Fisher (OT, Central Michigan).  Joeckel and Fisher could be picked in the top 5, with both potentially jockeying to be the first player picked overall.  Lane Johnson…

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