DeMarcus Love Scouting Report

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DeMarcus Love Scouting Report

Position: OT
Conference: SEC
School: Arkansas Razorbacks
Year/Status: Drafted
Jersey Number: #65
Height & Weight: 6'5 - 315 lbs.
Drafted 6.3 in 2011 by MIN

2011 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash5.31
Bench press27
Vertical jump26.5
Broad jump8'1
Three-cone drill7.84
20-yard shuttle4.84

2011 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:

DeMarcus Love, OT, Arkansas

Led by a high-powered offense, Arkansas reached the Sugar Bowl and almost pulled off a win over Ohio State. While quarterback Ryan Mallett garnered most of the accolades, Love and the offensive line was a major factor in why Mallett lived up to expectations. Love was the lead blocker for a record-setting Razorback offense that finished fourth in the entire NCAA in passing.Arkansas also ended the season on a streak of nine consecutive 100-yard rushing games, despite the fact that the team does not feature a ground game.

Love was one of the most experienced players in all of college football. He redshirted in 2006, played in eight games and started three as a freshman in 2007, started eight games as a sophomore, and was a full-time starter ever since. The offensive tackle has great size at 6'5'' and 315 pounds and he has experience at both the right and left tackle positions. For now he is slightly better at run-blocking than pass-blocking, which points to him being a right tackle at least for a while in the NFL. Look for Love to sneak into the second round of the upcoming NFL Draft.

Last Updated Mar-21-2011 by Ricky Dimon

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Prediction: 3rd Round

November 30th, really? Today is March 11th, 2011 & you haven't updated your scouting reports in 3 1/2 months? Wow! It's amazing you stay online.

Anyway, since your antiquated report, Love showed in both the Sugar Bowl, against Cameron Hayward, and in the Senior Bowl, against everyone, that he is NOT an NFL OT. He will have to move over to OG, & he really hasn't been tested there.

Due to this uncertainty, he will drop to at least the 3rd, maybe even the 4th round of the draft. I wouldn't mind seeing the Cowboys take him if he drops to the #109 pick in the 4th round. That would be pretty safe.

Posted by:
cogan 03/11/11 12:33 AM
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