Oklahoma State - Cowboys
Levy Adcock - #73 - OG-OT
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/09/2012 Oklahoma State Pro Day||6-5 1/2||320||9 1/2||33||80 1/8||5.22||26||9'0"||27 1/2||4.84||7.62|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-6||322||5.40|
First name is pronounced “LEV-ee.” Also played basketball and baseball (catcher) as a prep in Oklahoma, where he won a Class 3A state football championship. Weighed approximately 240 pounds entering his senior year and spent two years at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College — redshirted in 2007 and played right guard in ’08. Joined the Cowboys in ’09 and appeared in all 13 games as a reserve. Following the departure of Seattle Seahawks 2010 first-rounder Russell Okung, Adcock started all 13 games in ’10 — manned right tackle the majority of the season except for the second half of the Oklahoma contest and the Alamo Bowl against Arizona when he played the left side to compensate for a hand injury to Nick Martinez. Started all 13 games in ’11 — nine at right tackle and four at left tackle.Positives:
Outstanding size and girth. Country strong with a stout anchor to thwart a charge. Flashes pop in his hands. Can cover up defenders and open some running lanes. Nice balance for a big man. Functional foot quickness. Has played both sides and can play inside or outside.Negatives:
Has a big stomach and tight hips — limits his flexibility and affects his ability to generate power. Stiff movement (stressed by speed rushers). Pass-protection technique needs work. Is not a natural bender and plays too tall. Needs to learn to sink his hips and dig his heels — gets walked back more than he should. Unpolished hand use. Reaches and gets overextended. Lags when required to redirect and shift his weight (limited recovery quickness). Labors to pull. Could stand to play with some more mash or violence.Summary:
A husky, squarely built short-area blocker who relies on his mass and base to absorb and anchor, Adcock was a college tackle, but lacks the athletic ability and foot quickness to remain outside in the pros. Projects to guard and can draw interest from power-running teams that value size such as the Steelers and Cardinals.
Levy Adcock's Draft Stock
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