2011 NFL Combine Results: Offensive Linemen

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Offensive linemen were the first position group to take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for the 2011 NFL Combine. With no clear-cut number-one prospect in the 2011 class, several top linemen, including left tackle Nate Solder [pictured above], turned in impressive performances on the opening day of testing. Solder, a first-team All-American, finished in the top five in the 40-Yard Dash, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump and 20-Yard Shuttle, helping to solidify his standing as an early first-round selection.

Average Offensive Lineman Height: 6'4"
Average Offensive Lineman Weight: 311.5 pounds

The top 10 performers in each test are listed below:

 

40-Yard Dash

Player Time [sec.]
Jason Kelce 

Cincinnati

4.93
Ryan Bartholomew 

Syracuse

4.97
Derek Newton 

Arkansas State

5.01
Nate Solder 

Colorado

5.05
Jarriel King 

South Carolina

5.09
Daniel Aiken 

Virginia

5.11
Kristofer O'Dowd 

USC

5.16
Michael Person 

Montana State

5.19
Orlando Franklin 

Miami

5.20
Brandon Fusco 

Slippery Rock

5.21
Top 10 Average 5.09

 

225-Bench Test

Player Reps
Ryan Bartholomew 

Syracuse

34
Marcus Cannon 

TCU

33
Chris Hairston 

Clemson

33
Zane Taylor 

Utah

33
Kristofer O'Dowd 

USC

31
Marcus Gilbert 

Florida

30
Steve Schilling 

Michigan

30
Stefen Wisniewski 

Penn State

30
Joseph Barksdale 

LSU

29
Gabe Carimi 

Wisconsin

29
William Rackley 

Lehigh

29
Tyron Smith 

USC

29
Danny Watkins 

Baylor

29
Top 10 Average 31

 

Vertical Jump

Player Height [inches]
Daniel Kilgore 

Appalachian State

32.5
Kristofer O'Dowd 

USC

32.5
Kyle Hix 

Texas

32
Nate Solder 

Colorado

32
Gabe Carimi 

Wisconsin

31.5
Clint Boling 

Georgia

31
Julian Vandervelde 

Iowa

31
Marcus Cannon 

TCU

30.5
Jason Kelce 

Cincinnati

30.5
John Moffitt 

Wisconsin

30.5
Willie Smith 

East Carolina

30.5
Top 10 Average 31.5

 

Broad Jump

Player Length [feet]
Jarriel King 

South Carolina

9'6"
Jah Reid 

UCF

9'3"
Jason Kelce 

Cincinnati

9'2"
Nate Solder 

Colorado

9'2"
Gabe Carimi 

Wisconsin

9'1"
Brandon Fusco 

Slippery Rock

9
Michael Person 

Montana State

9
Willie Smith 

East Carolina

8'10"
Marcus Cannon 

TCU

8'9"
Anthony Castonzo 

Boston College

8'9"
Daniel Kilgore 

Appalachian State

8'9"
Kristofer O'Dowd 

USC

8'9"
Top 10 Average 9'05"

 

Three-Cone Drill

Player Time [sec.]
Jason Kelce 

Cincinnati

7.22
Anthony Castonzo 

Boston College

7.25
Brandon Fusco 

Slippery Rock

7.29
Derek Sherrod 

Mississippi State

7.43
Michael Person 

Montana State

7.44
Nate Solder 

Colorado

7.44
Julian Vandervelde 

Iowa

7.46
Stefen Wisniewski 

Penn State

7.51
Zachary Williams 

Washington State

7.54
Andrew Jackson 

Fresno State

7.55
Top 10 Average 7.41

 

20-Yard Shuttle

Player Time [sec.]
Jason Kelce 

Cincinnati

4.14
Nate Solder 

Colorado

4.34
Anthony Castonzo 

Boston College

4.4
Brandon Fusco 

Slippery Rock

4.43
Michael Person 

Montana State

4.5
John Moffitt 

Wisconsin

4.53
Kristofer O'Dowd 

USC

4.59
Julian Vandervelde 

Iowa

4.59
Ryan Bartholomew 

Syracuse

4.62
Alexander Linnenkohl 

Oregon State

4.62
Steve Schilling 

Michigan

4.62
Danny Watkins 

Baylor

4.62
Zachary Williams 

Washington State

4.62
Top 10 Average 4.47

 


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Topics: OFFENSIVE LINE | BENCH | DRILL | VERTICAL JUMP | SHUTTLE | LINEMAN | BOSTON COLLEGE | BENCH TEST