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2024 NFL Scouting Combine open thread: Offensive Linemen

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By: Mookie Alexander

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It’s the final day of combine drills in Indianapolis!

It’s the final day of on-field drills* at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Somehow, someway, I don’t think Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy’s record-setting 4.21 second 40-yard dash is under threat.

*Technically, the bench press will be done on Monday but that’s not getting televised.

Offensive line is once again an expected need for the Seattle Seahawks. Mock drafts have linked them to Washington’s Troy Fautanu, who’s naturally a tackle but could slide over to guard in the pros. The top OL prospect is Notre Dame left tackle Joe Alt, who figures to be the first off the board at his position. Oregon’s Jackson Powers-Johnson is looked at as the top-tier center prospect, and may be a Seahawks target depending on how they view Olu Oluwatimi and free agent Evan Brown. Seattle has already visited with Duke’s Graham Barton, a versatile prospect who can play every position along the line.

For the final time, NFL Network and the NFL+ streaming service have live combine coverage throughout the day. For those who don’t want to watch/are unable to watch and just want to follow along with the results, the 2024 NFL Combine Results Tracker may be accessed here.

On-Field Drill Dates (all airing on NFL Network, streamed on NFL+)

Sunday, March 3 (10 am PT) – Offensive Linemen

Combine Invitees

  • Isaiah Adams, Illinois
  • Joe Alt, Notre Dame
  • Kiran Amegadjie, Yale
  • Gottlieb Ayedze, Maryland
  • Karsen Barnhart, Michigan
  • Graham Barton, Duke
  • Cooper Beebe, Kansas State
  • Keaton Bills, Utah
  • Tanor Bortolini, Wisconsin
  • Javion Cohen, Miami
  • Andrew Coker, TCU
  • Brandon Coleman, TCU
  • Frank Crum, Wyoming
  • Anim Dankwah, Howard
  • Ethan Driskell, Marshall
  • Kingsley Eguakun, Florida
  • Josiah Ezirim, Eastern Kentucky
  • Olumuyiwa Fashanu, Penn State
  • Troy Fautanu, Washington
  • Blake Fisher, Notre Dame
  • Jeremy Flax, Kentucky
  • Javon Foster, Missouri
  • Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  • Taliese Fuaga, Oregon State
  • X’Zauvea Gadlin, Liberty
  • Nick Gargiulo, South Carolina
  • Delmar Glaze, Maryland
  • Matt Goncalves, Pittsburgh
  • Tylan Grable, UCF
  • Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State
  • Tyler Guyton, Oklahoma
  • C.J. Hanson, Holy Cross
  • Christian Haynes, Connecticut
  • LaDarius Henderson, Michigan
  • Christian Jones, Texas
  • Matthew Jones, Ohio State
  • Trente Jones, Michigan
  • Trevor Keegan, Michigan
  • Jarrett Kingston, USC
  • Brady Latham, Arkansas
  • JC Latham, Alabama
  • Sataoa Laumea, Utah
  • Matt Lee, Miami
  • KT Leveston Jr., Kansas State
  • Beaux Limmer, Arkansas
  • Christian Mahogany, Boston College
  • Mason McCormick, South Dakota State
  • Dylan McMahon, N.C. State
  • Amarius Mims, Georgia
  • Jacob Monk, Duke
  • Jordan Morgan, Arizona
  • Hunter Nourzad, Penn State
  • Drake Nugent, Michigan
  • Patrick Paul, Houston
  • Julian Pearl, Illinois
  • Prince Pines, Tulane
  • Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon
  • Dominick Puni, Kansas
  • Andrew Raym, Oklahoma
  • Layden Robinson, Texas A&M
  • Roger Rosengarten, Washington
  • Walter Rouse, Oklahoma
  • Nick Samac, Michigan State
  • Kingsley Suamataia, BYU
  • Jalen Sundell, North Dakota State
  • Nathan Thomas, Louisiana
  • Charles Turner III, LSU
  • Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, Georgia
  • Caedan Wallace, Penn State
  • Zak Zinter, Michigan

Originally posted on Field Gulls