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2016 NFL Combine - Day 1 Winners and Losers

Wednesday included the weigh-ins for offensive lineman and running backs. Whose stock improve or declined based off their physical measurements?


- Texas Tech offensive tackle Le'Raven Clark has the longest arms in the class, with a 36 and 1/8" reach on his 6'5" 316 pound frame.  Long arms are very helpful in keeping defenders at bay when blocking.

- Texas A&M offensive tackle Germain Ifedi also has great size at 6'6" 324 pounds.  The right tackle has an arm length of 36".

- LSU offensive guard Vadal Alexander showed off his imposing size, measuring in at 6'5" 326 pounds with 35" arms.  He has the makings of a mauling run blocker.

- Mississippi offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil showed above average size at 6'5" 310 pounds with a 34 1/4" reach.  His athleticism is expected to shine once speed and flexibility drills begin.

- Auburn offensive tackle Shon Coleman has good length at 6'5" 307 and 35 1/8" arms.  He could be a good fit for a zone blocking team at this size.

- Ohio State Running back Ezekiel Elliott tied for the biggest hands among the RB class at 10 1/4".  He has a nice frame for a three down back at 6'0" 225.

- Arkansas running back Alex Collins has the solid size at 5'10" 217 pounds.  His hands measured close to the average size at 9 1/4".

- Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams is a solidly built 5'11" 220 pounds with 10" hands.  He could find a role as a short yardage power back.


- Michigan State center Jack Allen is slightly undersized, even for a center.  He checked in at 6'1" 294 pounds and 32 1/4" arms

- Alabama running back Derrick Henry weighed in at 247 pounds with relatively small 8 3/4" hands.  Henry is 6'3" tall, drawing comparisons to Brandon Jacobs.

- Florida running back Kelvin Taylor, son of Fred Taylor, is not as big as expected.  His measurements are 5'10" 207 pounds with 8 1/4" hands.