Georgia OT Cordy Glenn Selected By Bills in Round Two

The Bills went with a pick on their offensive line in round two, as the team selected Georgia OT Cordy Glenn with the 9th pick in the second round.

Here’s a scouting report on Glenn:

Strengths: Simply overpowers at the line of scrimmage, can take his man and drive him back – Gets to the second level well, surprisingly fast for a man his size – Massive size at 6’5+ and 346 lbs. – Carries his weight extremely well – Has great wingspan and long arms – Has no problem with bull rushers, simply encapsulates them – Gets out to the edge quickly against faster edge rushers – Can adjust well when he gets beat and still push his defender off from the play – Showed nice athleticism when asked to pull – Did a great job against some of the top pass rushers in the draft during the Senior Bowl going one on one against them during practice.

Weaknesses: Bends at the waist and his footwork and technique can suffer because of it – Can get beat by faster and quicker pass rushers in space – Doesn’t have a natural mean streak – Has trouble keeping his pad level low at times because of his technique – Played left tackle at Georgia, and can play right tackle, but would look better in more contained space with his hand on the ground.

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