INDIANAPOLIS -- Scouts Inc. analysts Todd McShay and Kevin Weidl posted their observations on the offensive linemen and tight ends here at the NFL scouting combine.
They don't see an elite O-line specimen such as Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long in this year's class, but it's a deep group.
USC tackle Tyron Smith made the best impression on McShay and Weidl by adding 22 pounds from his college season. Smith weighed in Thursday at 307 pounds. The analysts also explain why Florida interior lineman Mike Pouncey and three guards -- Georgia's Clint Boling, Ohio State's Justin Boren and TCU's Marcus Cannon -- are being noticed.
At tight end, there are more concerns than excitement.