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2018 NFL scouting combine measurements: Orlando Brown dwarfs and is dwarfed by rest of Offensive linemen class

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This year’s crop of draft prospects along the offensive line have been measured and weighed in. And right off the top, one man’s measurements jump off the page.

Orlando Brown, who has been projected as a first round pick, is a very large human being. The Oklahoma offensive tackle came in at 6-8, 345 pounds. That makes him the tallest of all the Olinemen in Indianapolis and a good ten pounds heavier than anyone else. His 35-inch arms were tied for the fifth longest among all offensive linemen too.

His superior size makes it all the more odd, however, that he had the fewest bench press reps (14) of any of the other linemen. That raises some questions he will have to answer at his pro day if he hopes to retain his status as a projected first round pick.

For perspective, top guard prospect Quentin Nelson benched 225 35 times. And that wasn’t even the most among Olinemen at the combine.

Here are the official results of the measurements and weigh-ins as collected by walterfootball.com.

Offensive Line

Player School Height Weight Arm
Player School Height Weight Arm
Brian Allen Michigan State 6-1 300 32 3/8
Dave Bright Stanford 6-5 299 33 1/4
Orlando Brown Oklahoma 6-8 345 35
Alex Cappa Humboldt State 6-6 305 32 5/8
Geron Christian Louisville 6-5 298 35
Will Clapp LSU 6-4 314 31 1/4
Mason Cole Michigan 6-4 305 32 1/8
Austin Corbett Nevada 6-4 306 33 1/8
Tyrell Crosby Oregon 6-5 309 35 1/4
James Daniels Iowa 6-3 306 33 3/4
Jamil Demby Maine 6-4 335 33 3/4
Nick Gates Nebraska 6-5 295 32
Colby Gossett Appalachian State 6-5 315 33 7/8
Des Harrison West Georgia 6-6 292 34
Taylor Hearn Clemson 6-4 330 32 1/2
Will Hernandez UTEP 6-2 327 32
Jamarco Jones Ohio State 6-4 299 35 1/8
Sam Jones Arizona State 6-5 290 31
Jaryd Jones-Smith Pittsburgh 6-6 317 36 1/4
Rick Leonard Florida State 6-7 305 32 1/4
Cole Madison Washington State 6-5 313 32 1/4
K.J. Malone LSU 6-4 321 33 1/2
K.C. McDermott Miami 6-6 300 32 1/2
Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame 6-8 309 34
Kolton Miller UCLA 6-9 309 34
Quenton Nelson Notre Dame 6-5 325 33 3/4
Joe Noteboom TCU 6-5 309 34 3/8
Chuks Okorafor Western Michigan 6-6 320 34 1/2
Brian O'Neill Pittsburgh 6-7 297 34
Brandon Parker N.C. A&T 6-8 305 35
Timon Parris Stony Brook 6-6 320 33 7/8
Skyler Phillips Idaho State 6-3 324 33
Billy Price Ohio State 6-4 305 32
Scott Quessenberry UCLA 6-4 315 31 3/4
Frank Ragnow Arkansas 6-5 312 33 1/8
Martinas Rankin Mississippi State 6-4 308 33 3/4
Will Richardson N.C. State 6-6 306 35 1/4
Greg Senat Wagner 6-6 305 34 7/8
Coleman Shelton Washington 6-3 295 31 1/2
Braden Smith Auburn 6-6 315 32 1/4
Rod Taylor Ole Miss 6-3 321 34 1/4
Wyatt Teller Virginia Tech 6-4 301 34
Brett Toth Army 6-6 305 33 3/8
Leka Uhatafe Utah 6-5 295 33
Toby Weathersby LSU 6-4 317 33 1/4
Sean Welsh Iowa 6-3 300 32
Connor Williams Texas 6-5 296 33
Isaiah Wynn Georgia 6-3 313 33 3/8