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Offensive Guard - Center DataBase

BPA Rnk Name Po Rnk School   Ht Wt Rd
34 Shane Lemieux 2 Purdue   6037 310 2

Combine: Forty: 5.11...Wing: 77...BP: NA
VJ: 25.5...BJ: 107... 3C: 8.13...20S: 4.90...60S: NA...

Charlie Campbell - Lemieux was a good starter at LG...a good technician with size and the potential to be a quick competitor in the NFL. Some team sources think Lemiuex cold be a late first-round or early second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. ...had been a good left guard for Oregon over the past three seasons, making 38 straight starts over his collegiate career. One of the top guards in the nation during that time. In pass protection and run blocking, Lemieux is a well-balanced blocker who is productive in both phases.

Lindy's - Graded out among the top guards in the country as a junior and senior...Classic OG frame...Gets a powerful initial shove before climbing to the second level...Good awareness and mobility in space...Technically sound...highly competitive...Plays with some nastiness and pounces to pancake opponents...Alpha dog on a senior-laden OL....Not the physical destroyer his blocky frame and reputation indicates...Needs more power behind his punch...Comp: Joe Thuney..."

PFF - "Lemieux is one of the most accomplished guards in the country with 2,601 career snaps to his name. He’s got an ideal guard build with power throughout his frame.

Ben Bredeson
22 Michigan   6045 315 2

Combine: Forty: NA...Wing: 76.7...BP: NA
VJ: NA ...BJ: NA... 3C: NA...20S: NA...60S: NA ...

Lindy's - Strong bet to be a 1st round draft pick...A boulder on roller skates with a blocky square frame...Moves well on light feet eager to hit something...Sweet feet with long arms strong hands and a command of the strike zone...Poised...never looks out of control...highly competitive and durable...held his own at the Senior Bowl...Better football player than athlete...Slightly shorter than some teams prefer...Comp: Joe Bitonio..."

Charlie Campbell - Solid at the POA, contributing to the rushing attack and providing solid protection for Shea Patterson. Has some quickness, sustains blocks well, and shows quality technique to bend at the knee in pass protection. Could stand to get stronger to pack more of a punch in the ground game. Bredeson broke into the starting lineup as a freshman and has been a mainstay at left guard since then. He has been a strong and consistent blocker for the Wolverines. Hs good size and is a polished blocker.

125 Logan Stenberg 3 Kentucky   6060 317 2

Combine: Forty: 5.30...Wing: 80...BP: NA
VJ: 26.0...BJ: 104...3C: 8.00...20S: 4.83...60S: NA...

Lindy's - A nasty blocker who must overcome some limitations to excel at the NFL level...Massive imposing frame...Better athlete than his size wiuld suggest...Power player with very good upper body strength....Can drive defenders off the ball with strong leg drive...Blocks with a street brawler mentality...Durable with a professional approach to the game...Heavy-legged waist-bender...Too often has to fight to regain posiition at the start of the play...Gives up ground whiile anchoring...Relies upon his size and brute strength to create a human wall rather than truly mirroring opponents....Comp: Oday Aboushi..."

Charlie Campbell - Stenberg and Landon Young formed a good left side of the offensive line for Kentucky in 2019. Stenberg has good size, and Ability to handle speed rushers will be a point of emphasis at the pro level. If he does well in the pass-blocking one-on-ones at the Senior Bowl, he could rise. Stenberg has been a power run blocker at left guard for the past few years. The big and strong Stenberg was an integral part of the line that opened the holes for running back Benny Snell to rewrite Kentucky's record books. Doing well against speed pass-rushers would help Stenberg, but as long as he stays healthy, he should enter the NFL with a lot of experience and preparation against top competition.

82 Natane Muti 14 Fresno St   6027 315 3

Combine: Forty: NA...Wing: 76.5...BP: 44
VJ: NA ..BJ: NA...
3C: NA...20S: NA...60S: NA...

PFF - "Muti’s redshirt freshman season at guard was a pleasure to watch as he tossed around defenders left and right. He’ll be a guard at the next level, but in two games at tackle last season before tearing his Achilles, he didn’t allow a pressure."

Lindy's - Decorated and versatile...Has a blocky frame, weight-room strength and freakish athletism...Springs off the snap with the quick twitch burst of a much smaller man...Will do well in bench press tests...strength translates onto the field...Durability is a red flag...Lacks the height and length preferred at tackle...can be a bit sporadic with his hand placement and pad level...Comp: Isaac Seumalo..."


x Deonte Brown* x Alabama   6040 338 x

Not on Combine List

Charlie Campbell - Suspended for part of 2019 season, but he returned mid-year and played very well for Alabama. A load at the POA with the strength to open holes in the ground game and is a steady pass protector. After breaking into lineup during his sophomore season, Brown played well until getting suspended prior to the semifinal game against Oklahoma for a violation of team rules.

87 Calvin Throckmorton, G/OT 26 Oregon   6050 317 x

Combine: Forty: 5.57...Wing: 77.8...BP: 23
VJ: 27.0..BJ: 97...
.3C: 8.07...20S: 4.98...60S: NA.

Charlie Campbell - Had a solid start to 2019 against Auburn and was a steady blocker for Oregon. Team sources say they see Throckmorton as having mid-round potential, but they weren't overly impressed with him in 2019. For the NFL, his fit would at guard.

A good college blocker who has been a mainstay on the field for the Ducks, holding an active streak of over 38 straight starts after breaking into the lineup as a redshirt freshman. He showed improvement as a junior while also displaying impressive versatility with six starts at right tackle, five at left tackle, one at center, and one at right guard. Along with his flexibility, Throckmorton has showed improved strength, as he has filled out his frame during his time at Oregon. Team sources say that Throckmorton was projected as having the potential to be drafted he top half of the 2020 NFL Draft...

Lindy's - One of the most reliable and versatile OLs in the country...Powerfully built and plays with a street brawler's mentality... Terrific fiootball IQ and durability....Just average initial quickness and length for a tackle...Has top-heavy frame and below-average arm-length which could force a shift to OG or even center. ...Comp: Spencer Drango..."

61 Jake Hansen 4 Oregon   6043 303 2

Combine: Forty: 5.50...Wing: 78...BP: 33
VJ: NA ...BJ: NA...3C: NA ...20S: NA...60S: NA...

Charlie Campbell - Hansen had his hands full with Derrick Brown and the Auburn defensive line in the 2019 season opener. Overall, Hansen was solid for Oregon and blocked very well in the weeks afterward. Team sources said they were impressed with him. Hansen is a good technician with size and lots of experience. He could compete to play quickly in the NFL.

8/17/19: Hansen is a solid and dependable interior blocker for Oregon, but he has room for improvement. He could stand to improve his strength for the NFL, but he is reliable inside blocker who made 34 straight starts before a targeting penalty ended the streak. Hansen shouldn't go unnoticed in 2019, because he's the center for star quarterback Justin Herbert. Some NFL team sources have Hansen as having the potential to be a pick in the top half of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Lindy's - Did not allow a sack in his first three years with the Ducks...Rare size for the position...Tall center...Best attribute may be his awareness and competitiveness in pass pro...Sniffs out blitzes and twists looking for work...More powerful than explosive...almost exclusively a shotgun snapper...Comp: Ryan Kelly..."

Nick Harris G- C
17 Washington   6008 302 2

Combine: Forty: 5.10...Wing: 77.5...BP: 20
VJ: 29.5.. BJ: 103...3C: NA...20S: NA...60S: NA....

Charlie Campbell - Team sources said Harris impressed them during fall training camp, and they see him as having mid-round potential. They think Harris could be a player who starts out as a backup before developing into a starter in the NFL. Harris is built strongly & also shows some quickness and athleticism to pull around the tackle. With his strong base, Harris is able to stand up bull rushes and is adept at hitting double teams with his guard.Is limited to being a center only in the NFL because of his size, but he could be a mid-round pick who turns into a starter and ends up being an excellent value pick. Harris plays with tenacity and physicality. A tough center who does a solid job of protecting the quarterback and contributing to the running game. Would be rated higher if he were bigger...Was put on NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft, and one team had him with a projection of a late-round pick or undrafted free agent.

Lindy's - Rare foot quickness for a 300+ pound interior lineman...Lacks an imposing fraame, but uses natural leverage advantage to get under the pads of opponents...Sticky competitor showing some nastiness to pancake opponents...Extensive experience at OG...Hardly the prototype and won't win many beauty contests due to his short, stubby frame...Lack of height leaves him vulnerable to swim moves...Occasionally overextends himself...ComP: Rodney Hudson..."

PFF - "Harris has all the skills to excel in a zone scheme in the NFL. He’s one of the best centers in college football in space."

32 Tyler Biadasz C 8 Wisconsin   6036 314 1

Combine: Forty: NA...Wing: 79.8...BP: NA
VJ: NA ...BJ: NA...3C: NA...20S: NA...60S: NA...

Charlie Campbell - Overall, he put together an excellent 2019 season. Handled one-on-ones in the passing game, showing a strong anchor to handle bull rushes and the strength to sustain his blocks through the whistle. In the ground game, Biadasz routinely blasted open some holes with power and showed impressive quickness and athleticism to pull around the tackle and hit blocks in space. Polished blocker who could play quickly in the NFL. Only blemish was a rough game against Ohio State. Tough run blocker who helped open a lot of holes for Jonathan Taylor.

Lindy's - Rimington Award winner...Looks the part of an NFL center - short, stubby frame well suited for trench warfare....Plays on the balls of his feet with knees bent...Didn't wow during workouts but is very efficient understanding the flightplan ...Finishes blocks and looks for secondary targets...Can be forced to lunge...Requires a close look during medical testing (shoulder surgery 2019...hip surgery after his soph season)...Comp: Cody Whitehair..."...

PFF - "Biadasz has been one of the best centers in college football since the day he stepped foot on Wisconsin’s field. His first step off the snap is arguably the quickest in college football."

116 Darryl Williams 13 Mississippi St   6023 304 3

Combine: Forty: 5.23...Wing: 77.8...BP: 23...
VJ: 25.5...BJ: 102...3C: 7.88...20S: 4.76...60S: NA...

Charlie Campbell - Moved to center for the Bulldogs in 2019, and that is the position that would fit him best in the NFL given his lack of length. Tough competitor ...a well-rounded blocker who is effective in the ground game and dependable in pass coverage....The Bulldogs ran well in 2018, and Williams was a big part of that. He was wise to return for his senior year and should move to center with Elgton Jenkins having moved on to the NFL. Put together an impressive sophomore season in 2017 and was one of the best guards in the SEC. He started at left guard and was a tough run blocker while being a steady pass protector. Size and lack of height would translate better to center as a pro rather than staying at guard. Area scouts say that Williams is an impressive and tough blocker. If he moves to center and plays well there, they could see him being a second-day candidate for the 2020 NFL Draft. If he stays at guard, he probably will be a late-rounder given his lack of height and length.

Lindy's - Classically built interior offensive lineman who earned stellar reputation winning battles against SEC opponents.

115 Fredrick Maogoa 12 Washington St   6030 310 3

Not on Combine List

Charlie Campbell - Mauigoa has been the starting center for Washington State over the past two seasons and a solid blocker. For the NFL, it

It would help for Mauigoa to get stronger and show an ability to fire off the ball. Given the Washington State spread offense, he may not be able to show that until an all-star game after the season. Was put on NFL teams' preseason watch list for the 2020 NFL Draft, and one team had him with a projection of a late-round pick or undrafted free agent.

92 Zach Shackleford 10 Texas   6030 305  


x Creed Humphrey 11 Oklahoma   6050 312 x

Not on Combine List

Charlie Campbell - Humphrey became a starter as a redshirt freshman in 2018 and had an impressive debut for Oklahoma. He anchored the middle of the Sooners' line and was a steady producer at the POA. That trend continued in 2019 as Humphrey was superb for Oklahoma with reliable pass protection and productive run blocking. Humphrey has good size to him to go with athleticism. He could be a riser with a lot of upside.

PFF - "While he only played center in his lone year starting at Oklahoma, Humphrey has all the skills to play any interior position at the next level. He’s already one of the best pass protectors in college football."

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