The offensive lineman ran today at the combine and Cordy Glenn stole the show when his first unofficial 40 time was a hair under 5.0. A lot of people had Glenn as a guard instead of a tackle at the NFL, but they might be rethinking that after the way he moved today. He is a mountain of a man at 345 pounds.
Another Georgia player in the headlines today was tight end Orson Charles. He did very well in the bench press, throwing up 35 reps, but he decided not to run the 40. Charles is the only tight end that has any shot at getting drafted in the first round, but the decision not to run at the combine will hurt his stock for a little bit. He can get right back in the first round conversation with a good time at his pro day.
David DeCastro has done nothing but impress in all of the workouts so far. There is virtually no chance the Titans will have him to consider when they are on the clock at #20.
Here is a sentence from Mocking the Draft about Kevin Zeitler that makes his sound like a prime candidate to be selected by the Titans:
He's a guard that may end up playing center, but either way had a good day.
Mike Munchak loves those versatile guys. Picking Zeitler might even allow the Titans to move Eugene Amano back to guard.