2012 NFL Draft: Shutdown Corner Looks at Cordy Glenn

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 25: Offensive lineman Cordy Glenn of Georgia participates in a drill during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

If you have not been following the Shutdown 50 over at Yahoo's Shutdown Corner blog, you really should be. They do an excellent job of breaking down players. This morning they posted their breakdown of Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn.

Glenn is a guy that has been linked to the Tennessee Titans in a few mock drafts. While I don't see the Titans taking him with the 20th pick, he is a very intriguing players.

Click through the jump to see some of what I found interesting from the piece on Glenn.

I love this:
Glenn is an ornery dude, and he will finish blocks with authority and a little bit of extracurricular business. There are scouting reports that claim he has a hot-and-cold motor, but everything I have seen suggests hot, except when he is forced to play out of position.

We have talked over and over about how the line needs a little bit of that nastiness that Kevin Mawae provided when he was here. Glenn could provide that.

I also like that they compared him to David Stewart. Adding him would give the Titans two of those guys playing side by side. That would be fun to watch.

Of course the problem with drafting Glenn would be that Eugene Amano would still be playing center.

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