http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2012/02/25/nfl-combine-observations-offensive-line/ February 25, 2012 5:07 PM FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The Cowboys have an obvious need at offensive guard. The unquestioned top OG in this NFL Draft is Stanford’s David DeCastro, who performed as advertised at the NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday. He may very well be drafted before the Cowboys pick at #14. If DeCastro is available at 14, a question the Cowboys have to answer is do they want to spend a 1st round pick on an offensive guard, normally not a premium position, or can they find a starting OG to their liking either later in the draft or in free agency? Some Scouting Combine O-Line observations: David DeCastro – OG – Stanford – 6-5, 316: looks like he’s a no-nonsense throwback interior offensive lineman who will play at a Pro Bowl level over the next decade….benched 225 pounds 34 times…said to have a 20-inch neck, non-stop work ethic….would be a rock solid pick. Cordy Glenn – OT/OG – Georgia – 6-5, 346: ensured himself a whole lot of money at this combine….a mammoth, versatile behemoth with 35 ¾ inch arms who had 31 bench reps and was amazingly light on his feet in drills….made 50 career starts at Georgia, 32 at guard, 18 at left tackle…his performance may have moved him to mid-1st round where the Cowboys pick…while DeCastro is strictly an interior lineman, Glenn has position versatility which adds to his value. The Cowboys could play Glenn at guard, and if they had an injury at tackle, move him outside.