Tyron Smith OT USC

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Randy Tyron Smith OT USC
Randy Tyron Smith OT USC

Pro Day Results

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 310 pounds

40-Yard Dash: 4.96 – 5.03 seconds (unofficial, hand-held watches)

225 lb. Bench Reps: 31

Vertical Jump: 29

Broad Jump: 9’01”

20-Yard Shuttle: 4.68 seconds

3-Cone Drill: 7.48 seconds

They Said It: Gosselin has Smith rated as his top offensive tackle

“Well, there are five tackles and one center in the first round. I had my list on Dallasnews.com last Friday. I would put them as Tyron Smith (USC), Anthony Castonzo (Boston College), Mike Pouncey (Florida), Nate Solder (Colorado) and Gabe Carimi (Wisconsin). Those are my top five.

-Rick Gosselin, Dallas Morning News

“I think Tyron Smith is the most underrated offensive linemen in this draft. It won’t shock me if he goes in the top 10. He’s continuing to develop physically. He has good natural balance. He’s trying to add bulk now, he’s over 300 pounds, which is where you’d like to see him at the combine. He’s really impressive with what he can do.”

Todd McShay, ESPN

He Said It: Smith envisions playing at 315 pounds

“It’s been important to gain the weight so I can feel more comfortable about myself and feel more healthy,” said Smith, who said he envisions playing at 315. “It’s natural weight.”

-Tyron Smith via The Los Angeles Times

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