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2019 NFL Draft Scouting Report: OT Greg Little

Positional ranking: #2

Big Board ranking: #13



Position: OT

College: Ole Miss

Class: Junior

Age: 21



Height: 6’5 1/4″

Weight: 310 lbs.

Arm length: 35 1/4″

Hand size: 10 1/4″


Athletic testing

40-yard dash: 5.33 sec.

Vertical jump: 25.0”

Broad jump: 113.0”

Bench press: DNP

3-cone drill: DNP

Short shuttle: 4.74 sec.



Extremely patient and poised as a pass protector. Great length in a prototypical frame. Has a powerful base and strong hands. Light feet. Natural mirror skills and very aware in pass protection. Quick at the snap. Powerful as a counter puncher. Efficient in his drop step against speed rushers. Uses length to redirect. Usually doesn’t overextend. Stays wide to keep a clean pocket. Gets his hands on power rushers. Can get low to create leverage at the point of attack. Moves well to the second level. Comfortable in space. Shows flashes as a finisher. Started three years at left tackle in the SEC.



Can improve as a downhill blocker. Needs to play with more of an edge in the running game. Doesn’t pack much of an initial punch. Sometimes susceptible to inside move. Sub-par athleticism based on Combine numbers.


NFL comparison

Chukwuma Okorafor – Okorafor was one of my favorite prospects in last year’s draft, and Greg Little has some of the same traits—size, length, natural skills as a pass-blocker—to be excited about as a franchise left tackle.



Overall, Greg Little has all the tools to be an elite offensive lineman at the next level, particularly as a pass protector. In a class where several prospects look better suited on the right side or inside, Little is the best pure left tackle in the draft.

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