Cordy Glenn NFL Draft Analysis - 2010 Season (via TMBDraft)
Cordy Glenn NFL Draft Analysis - Boise State (2011 Season) (via TMBDraft)
6-5, 350, athlete
Ok, I'm gonna level with you... I know nada about O-line play. I can't speak with a lick of intelligence towards what makes a good OL guy or a bad one, and I won't even pretend I can talk about technique as far they are concerned. I'll leave the expert OL analysis to JB and Can'tWait. But dangit, I know talent when I see it. And Cordy Glenn is one talented mofo. People... men that weigh 350 lbs aren't supposed to be able to move like this guy. Yeah, I'd like to see him a little meaner and a little nastier. I'd like to see him really uncork on some dude and drive him 5-10 yards off scrimmage. But that stuff can be learned. You can teach mentality. However, you can't "learn" to be 350 lbs with nimble feet. Cordy Glenn is dang freak and I want this man on our team.
Glenn can start, right now, at Right Tackle and we'd have the best pass pro in the league. But I really think he'd be an All-Pro caliber player at LG with his ability to not only maul, but to pull around the edge and destroy fools. If we can get Ducasse to click and were able to stick Glenn at LG, we'd have a freaking DOMINANT o-line. Or we can just stick him at RT and still be pretty dang on good.
Glenn just might be the perfect OL pick to launch the true ground & pound scheme that we've been paying lip service to.