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Feb 25th notes:
Stanford's David DeCastro has also cemented himself as the top interior offensive lineman in this year's draft with the way that he performed today. He's an NFL-ready guard who also displayed the type of polished technique and fundamentals that scouts expected to see. DeCastro is going to be a very good NFL player and is a player that I wouldn't hesitate to draft in the Top 15 this year. An under-the-radar player who helped himself today was a player that I mentioned in a Stock Watch this season, Iowa guard Adam Gettis. This type of event was made for an undersized, athletic prospect like Gettis as he ran a 4.91 40-yard dash, also displaying the short-area quickness and agility in position drills to warrant a look from a zone-blocking team towards the end of the draft. He helped himself today. A player who certainly made some money was Georgia's Cordy Glenn who ran a 5.03 40-yard dash, showing great speed, fluidity, and all-around athleticism for a player that weighed in at 345 pounds. From people that I've talked to, many people around the league are now considering him as a tackle prospect, as he's done everything possible to prove that he should be worthy of being tried at the position. When you consider that a player like Ohio State's Mike Adams performed very poorly this weekend (19 reps on bench, 5.36 40-yard dash), I don't have any doubt that Glenn has separated himself as the superior prospect this spring. Iowa State's Kelechi Osemele impressed me today with his 5.25 40-yard dash, a time that I certainly didn't think he'd reach. Osemele is still rough around the edges, however he has the combination of size and athleticism that teams look for. Two guard prospects that helped themselves were Midwestern State's Amini Silatolu and Miami (FL)'s Brandon Washington.