This is our Bobby Massie Scouting report. For all of our other scouting reports check out our scouting report page.
6’6 315 pounds (also listed at 325 pounds, 315 is his official bio weight)
Terrific size with long arms…athletic for his size with a good deal of upside…quick feet…gets to the second level well…has experience playing both LT and RT at Ole Miss (mostly right tackle)…durable…
Needs to work on his technique is raw in that area…has struggled at times with speed rushers, especially ones who can counter move…can work on pad level…
Round Projection: Late 2nd to early 4th
Even though Massie has played the majority of his career at Ole Miss as the right tackle he has the quick feet and athletic ability to eventually make the switch to LT at the N.F.L. level. He has a good deal of upside, but needs to improve his technique and pad level. He needs to continue to work on positioning his feet in the right spot and working against speed rushers. He’s a player who could really impress at the combine and with his long arms and great frame, and upside could find himself drafted in late round two when all is said and done, but he’s not there yet.
Bio: From his official Ole Miss web-page
ol-record 282 yards and four TDs … vs. LSU (11/21): Started and helped the Rebels not allow a sack … PREP SCHOOL: Rated the No. 1 Prep School player in the nation by Rivals.com … Listed as the No. 13 offensive tackle in nation by Scout.com … Coached by Robert Prunty … HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first team All-Conference and All-State honors from the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association … Rated the No. 27 offensive tackle in the nation in 2008 by Rivals.com … Participated in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl … Coached in high school by Frank Rocco … PERSONAL: Son of Patricia Johnson and Scott Massie … Born: August 1, 1989 … Enrolled in College of Liberal Arts.
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