OG/C prospects ( Pre Workouts)

 OG prospects include Center prospects because they are constantly drafted to play G. Will add seperate Center prospects list, with this post after jump. Thats Gs and Cs then Cs as for the need for us to draft a Center. Also will put G/C if player apears better suited for the G position or C/G if the player is better suited for the Center position.

 Out of the OC and OG prospect JRs it apears Maurkice Pouncey will declare while his brother will stay in school. O'Dowd is a ?. Weisnewski will more than likely return for his senior season. There is no word about Florida State OG Rodney Hudson. Maurkice Pouncey and O'Dowd will be only JRs included.


1. Mike Iupati, 6'5'' 330, Idaho (5.2) G - An Outland Trophy Finalist and All American. Is one of the best OG prospects I have seen, will be the first OG off the board. (mid to late 1st)


2. Jon Asamoah, 6'4'' 315, Illinois (5.08) G - Big 10 Second Team, Good Athlete who is a really good OG prospect. (2nd rd)


3. Maurkice Pouncey, G/C - Refer to Center after the jump. (2nd rd)


4. Tennant, G/C - refer to Center prospects.

5. O'Dowd, G/C - refer to Center after jump. (2nd rd)


6. Mitch Petrus, 6'3'' 315, Ark (5.09) G - Athleticly gifted player who played TE and FB early in his colleg carear. A solid prospect for the ZONE blocking scheme. (3 - 4)


7. Mike Johnson, 6'5'' 305, Ala (5.38) G - First Team All American, never been injured. Could become my #2 G with improved speed. (2 - 3)


8. Vladimir Ducasse, 6'5'' 330, UMass (5.3) G - FCS First Team All American. I see him as a very good fit for teams running a man blocking scheme. (2nd - 3rd rd)


9. J.D. Walton - refer to Center prospects. (2-3)

10. Larsen         - "                                            "   (3-4)

11. Alfred.          "                                               "  (4-5)


12. Sergio Render, 6'3'' 303, (5.26) G - ACC Second Team. A player that I like to watch good ability. (4-6)


13. John Jerry, 6'5'' 350, Ole Miss, (5.5) G - SEC First Team. A massive body, but will struggle getting to the second level. (5th rd)


14. Brandon Carter, 6'6'' 344, T Tech (5.42) G - Third Team All American. Same as Jerry. (4th -5th rd)


15. Eric Olsen. refer to Centers below.G/C  (5th)

16. Hall.             "                                     " G/C ( 5 - 6)

17. Estes.          "                                      " C/G(5 - 7)


18. Reggie Stephens, 6'3'' 334, Iowa St (5.46) G - Big 12 Honerable Mention. (6th - 7th)


19. Shawn Lauvao, 6'3'' 305, Ariz St (5.24) G - Pac Ten Second Team (coaches) (7th)


20. Cord Howard, 6'4'' 308, G Tech (5.38) G - ACC First Team. Would like to see him improve his 40 time because I really like this players potential. (6th - 7th)


21. Thomas Austin, 6'3'' 310, Clemson (5.16) G/C - ACC Second Team. Could play Center in the NFL. With solid workouts and and Combine work could JUMP up the board. (6th - FA)


22. Marshal Newhouse, 6'3'' 317, TCU (5.06) G - Mountain West First Team. excellent athlete could easily move up into the 5th rd. A prospect I would like the Chiefs to look at. (7th - FA)


23. Erik Cook. refer to Centers below. G/C (7th)


24. Andrew Lewis, 6'4'' 292, Okl St (5.23) G/T/C - A swing O-Line prospect. (7th - FA)


25. Cordle - refer to Centers. G/C (7th - FA)

26. Mutcher - "                        "  C/G (7th - FA)


27. Shelly Smith, 6'3'' 300, Colorado St (5.22) G - Mountain West Honerable Mention. (7th - FA)


28. Jeff Byers, 6'3'' 295, USC (5.22) G - Third Team All American.  (7th - FA)


29. Hickman - refer to Centers. G/C (7th - FA)

30. Fisher -     "                            " C/G true swing could go either spot. (7th - FA) 


31. Kurtis Gregory, 6'4'' 308, MU (5.18) G - Big 12 Second Team. Worth bringing in post draft for a workout. (URFA)


Center prospects after the jump.


1. Matt Tennant, 6'4'' 291, BC (5.06) G/C - Second Team All American at Center. Good athlete who would make a Great NFL guard. (2nd)


2. Maurkice Pouncey, 6'5'' 318, Florida (JR) G/C - A solid player with good technique. Tall for the Center position, but is another prospect who would make a very good OG. (2)


3. Kristofer O'Dowd, 6'5'' 300, USC (JR) G/C - PAC Ten First Team, battled injury all year but is not a risk. Looks to me to be another very good guard prospect. (2nd - 3rd)


4. J.D Walton, 6'3'' 305, Baylor (5.19) C/G - I'm not fooling anyone he is my #1 Center. First Team All American. The player I want more than any other to be a Chief next year. (2nd - 3rd rd)


5. Ted Larsen, 6'2'' 300, NC State (5.24) C/G - A former D line player who has Excellent strength and Hand punch. Who also shows good agility and foot work. Looks to be a very capable NFL Center. If we don't get Walton this would be choice #2. (3 - 4)


6. Kenny Alfred, 6'2'' 300, Wash St (5.24) C/G - Pac TEN Second Team (coaches) Was Offensive player of the week 7 times in 2009. (4 - 5)


7. John Estes, 6'2'' 300, Hawaii (5.22) C/G - WAC First Team Center. Excellent strength and athletic ability for the position. A very good prospect and my #3 option. (5th - 7th)


8. Kyle Mutcher, 6'3'' 300, Weber St (5.16) C/G - FCS First Team All American. Has never missed a game. Could develop into Pro-Bowl caliber Center. (6th - FA)


9. Eric Olsen, 6'4'' 305, ND (5.26) G/C - Should be drafted to play Guard. Never missed a game while at ND. (5th rd)


10. Chris Hall, 6'4'' 298, Texas (5.2) G/C - Can play all 5 O-Line positions. Third Team All American. (5th - 6th)


11. Chris Fisher, 6'3'' 292, La-Lafayette (5.08) C/G - 2 time Sun Belt First Team. Excellent athletic ability. A solid prospect. (7th - FA)


12. Jim Cordle, 6'4'' 298, Ohio St (5.12) G/C - A good swing O-Line prospect. don't know much about him. (7th - FA)


13. Erik Cook, 6'6'' 318, New Mexico (5.36) G/C - A solid prospect at the OG position. Brother is currently in the NFL. (7th rd)


14. Jacob Hickman, 6'4'' 292, Neb (5.29) G/C - 3 time Honerable mention Big 12. (7th - FA)

That would be the prospects for the C and G positions.   

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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