OL Cordy Glenn Visits Bills


Cordy Glenn could be in the mix for the Bills but is he an OT or OG?

The Bills had visitor number 14 confirmed today as UGA OL Cordy Glenn came to OBD in late March as confirmed by the Buffalo Bills themselves. Glenn who we see as an OG prospect is a prospect many people are split on. Some see him as an OT, where he spent this past season, and others as an elite caliber OG.

Glenn moved from OG in his senior year at UGA to LT out of necessity because UGA lacked much of any offensive line depth and did not want a completely unproven OT manning Aaron Murray’s blind side. Glenn had a good year at LT earning All-SEC 1st Team honors. However we saw him struggle with speed rushers specifically against Boise State’s Shea McClellin and Michigan State’s William Gholston. He was not fast enough out of his stance to stop either one on their speed rush and got caught lunging at them as they passed by him.

Glenn is a mid-first to early 2nd Round pick at this point. To us he’s a good OT prospect (would rank him roughly 6th) but he’s an elite OG prospect (#2) and only a slight step below DeCastro. If you take Glenn as an OT you play him at RT and see if he can stick there, but if you’re drafting a RT you don’t take him at 10.

Glenn in Round 2 as an OG is great value and insurance should you not be able to resign Urbik this coming offseason.

Cordy Glenn Scouting Report

Cordy Glenn Numbers:
Height: 6056
Weight: 345 lbs.
Hand: 10 1/8”
Arm: 35 ¾”
Wingspan: 84 7/8”
Bench: 31 Reps
10 Yard Split: 1.76
20 Yard Split: 2.96
40 Yard Dash: 5.08
Vertical: 23 ½”
Broad Jump: 7’09”
20 Yard Shuttle: 5.00
3 Cone Drill: 8.13

Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, Cordy Glenn, Prospect Visits

One Response to “OL Cordy Glenn Visits Bills”

  1. MaoSayTongue says:

    I think that Glenn is not as big a reach at #10 as Michael “DUI” Floyd.

    We know that Glenn can play guard and the worst-case scenario is that he will do that for many years, but is he a #10 pick at guard? No. David DeCastro IS.

    Glenn has “made strides” at left tackle; what’s to say that DeCastro can’t make bigger ones.

    David DeCastro HAS to be the pick if he’s on the board at #10; he’s just too good.

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