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NFL Combine 2013 results: Offensive linemen measure up

The offensive line class of 2013 got their measurements and official height and weight Thursday at the NFL Combine.

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Six offensive line prospects are projected to go in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft according to SB Nation's Dan Kadar, and the positional group got their official physical specs, including height, weight and wingspan, Thursday at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Ind.

Texas A&M Aggies tackle Luke Joeckel is the first offensive lineman predicted to be taken -- at No. 7 to the Arizona Cardinals -- in Kadar's mock. Joeckel weighed in at 306 pounds, standing 6-foot-6 with an arm measurement of 34 1/4 inches.

The Alabama Crimson Tide could be represented by a few linemen in the first round, most notably Chance Warmack, D.J. Fluker and Barrett Jones. Fluker raised eyebrows Thursday with his lowered weight, as he listed in at 339 pounds after posting a weight of 355 pounds at the Senior Bowl. Jones, however, currently recovering from Lisfranc surgery, made the best impression at the podium.

Here's the complete list of Combine participants and their measurements from Thursday:

Player School Height Weight Arm Length
Oday Aboushi Virginia 6-5 308 33 7/8
Zach Allen N.C. State 6-2 332 33 1/2
Terron Armstead Arkansas-Pinebluff 6-5 306 34
Jeff Baca UCLA 6-3 302 34 1/4
Alvin Bailey Arkansas 6-3 312 34 3/4
David Bakhtiari Colorado 6-2 299 34
Chris Barker Nevada 6-3 305 33
Nick Becton Virginia Tech 6-5 323 35 1/2
Travis Bond North Carolina 6-6 329 35 1/2
Braden Brown Brigham Young 6-5 310 34 1/4
Braxston Cave Notre Dame 6-3 303 32
Emmett Cleary Boston College 6-7 316 34 1/4
Jonathan Cooper North Carolina 6-1 311 33
Jordan Devey Memphis 6-7 317 32 3/4
Chris Faulk LSU 6-5 331 34 1/4
Eric Fisher Central Michigan 6-2 306 34 1/2
D.J. Fluker Alabama 6-5 339 36 3/4
Manase Foketi West Texas A&M 6-5 318 34 1/2
Reid Fragel Ohio State 6-8 308 33
Travis Frederick Wisconsin 6-4 312 33
Rogers Gaines Tennessee State 6-6 334 36 1/4
Garrett Gilkey Chadron State 6-6 318 32 5/8
Tanner Hawkinson Kansas 6-5 298 33 3/8
Eric Herman Ohio 6-4 320 32 1/4
Khaled Holmes USC 6-3 302 35
Mark Jackson Glenville State 6-5 328 34 1/4
Luke Joeckel Texas A&M 6-6 306 34 1/4
Lane Johnson Oklahoma 6-6 303 35 1/4
Oscar Johnson Louisiana Tech 6-5 331 34 1/4
T.J. Johnson South Carolina 6-4 310 33 1/2
Jamaal Johnson-Webb Alabama A&M 6-5 313 35 3/4
Barrett Jones Alabama 6-4 306 34 1/8
Edmund Kugbila Valdosta State 6-4 317 34 7/8
P.J. Lonergan LSU 6-3 304 33
Kyle Long Oregon 6-6 313 33 3/8
Joe Madsen West Virginia 6-3 310 30
Lamar Mady Youngstown 6-2 317 33 1/2
Luke Marquardt Azusa Pacific 6-8 315 34 1/2
Stephane Milhim UMass-Amherst 6-4 314 34 1/4
Jordan Mills Louisiana Tech 6-5 316 34
Xavier Nixon Florida 6-6 321 33 1/2
Vince Painter Virginia Tech 6-4 306 34
Justin Pugh Syracuse 6-4 307 32
David Quessenberry San Jose State 6-5 302 34 3/8
Brian Schwenke California 6-3 314 32
Matt Stankiewitch Penn State 6-3 302 32 1/2
Dallas Thomas Tennessee 6-5 306 33 1/8
Hugh Thornton Illinois 6-3 320 34 1/8
J.C. Tretter Cornell 6-4 307 33 3/8
Ricky Wagner Wisconsin 6-6 308 34
Larry Warford Kentucky 6-3 332 33 3/8
Chance Warmack Alabama 6-2 317 34 3/4
Earl Watford James Madison 6-3 300 34
Menelik Watson Florida State 6-5 310 34
Jason Weaver Southern Mississippi 6-4 313 34
John Wetzel Boston College 6-7 315 34
Brennan Williams North Carolina 6-6 318 34
Brian Winters Kent State 6-4 320 32 3/4


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