Mississippi State - Bulldogs
James Carmon - #77 - OT-OG
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/08/2012 Mississippi State Pro Day||6-5 3/4||330||9 3/8||33 7/8||83 3/4||5.29||22||9'0"||26||4.76||7.63|
|01/30/2012 Players Classic||6-5 1/2||334||9 1/2||34||83 1/8|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-5 3/8||316||9 1/8||33 3/8||83 1/4||5.35|
Also played basketball as a Maryland prep. Failed to qualify academically and attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College for two seasons — recorded 18 tackles and three for loss (all sacks) in 2008 (seven games) and 32-1-3 in ’09 (nine games). Played all 13 games with the Bulldogs in ’10, starting three, and was credited with 8-0-0 and a batted pass. Converted to offensive tackle in ’11 and started 10-of-11 games played (played right guard against Georgia). Hurt his left knee against Auburn and missed two games. Yielded a start to Blaine Clausell against UAB and split snaps with the freshman during the season.Summary:
Junior-college recruit and converted defensive tackle with a large wingspan and grip strength to control rushers or wash defenders down the line in the run game. Bends at the waist and spends too much time on the ground. Is slow-footed and struggles to adjust/recover. Concerning character and underacheiver traits — weight has fluctuated and ceded playing time to an underclassman. Raw, unsophisticated, developmental mauler who is probably best-suited for guard.
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