2011 NFL Draft: Game Film of the Top 10 Offensive Line Prospects

Posted by Danny Flynn on December-26-2010 Add Comments

NFL scouts and draft personnel people have a certain saying that seems to ring true year after year.

“The film never lies."

No matter how much press or hype a college player receives for putting up big stats or crazy workout numbers, in the end, when it comes down to separating the pros from the punks, the most important criterion used for evaluation is the player’s game tape.

It’s what the player did in between the lines that counts the most. Character evaluations, workout numbers and the like are just used to fill in the spaces.

We hear that saying all the time from draft analysts, “Well, when I put on the film of Player X, I see this flaw or this strength.”

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