2024 NFL Combine notes: 8 offensive linemen who stood out ft. Roger Rosengarten

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The final day of on-field workouts are completed, and so ends the 2024 NFL Combine. The offensive linemen tested Sunday in front of a scant crowd of next-level decision makers, who saw several outstanding performances. Here, later than usual, is a review of the final workouts from the combine.


2024 NFL Combine: 8 offensive linemen who impressed

1] Roger Rosengarten, T, Washington

California v WashingtonSenior Bowl, continued to impress NFL decision makers with a great performance at the combine. His testing numbers were better than anyone expected, as Haynes timed 5.03 seconds in the 40 with a 10-yard split of 1.75 seconds and touched 33 inches in the vertical jump and 8-foot-6 in the broad jump. He then looked sensational in position drills, showing outstanding footwork and translating his testing athleticism onto the field. Haynes proved he’s more than just a power gap lineman, and his movement skills will open doors for teams that want to use him in a zone blocking scheme.


3] Taliese Fuaga, T, Oregon State

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5] Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

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7] C.J. Hanson, G, Holy Cross

One of the better small-school blockers at the combine, Hanson tested incredibly well and displayed the athleticism scouts expected. His 40 time came in at 5 seconds flat, and Hanson hit 33.5 inches in the vertical jump. He looked incredibly agile and mobile during position drills, quickly getting off the line of scrimmage and then 20 yards downfield. Hanson needs to add strength to his game, yet at 6-foot-5, 300 pounds, he has plenty of room to grow.


8] Tylan Grable, T, Central Florida

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