Rotated at left tackle, starting four games including the last three ... led team in knockdowns vs. Florida State, Air Force and Iowa State ... had a team single-game high of 17 knockdowns vs. Iowa State ... played a total of 426 snaps with 81 knockdowns.
All-Big 12 honorable mention by AP ... saw action in nine games before suffering a season-ending heel injury at Nebraska ... started the season opener vs. BYU at right guard before moving to starting right tackle the next five games ... saw a total of 521 snaps with 71 knockdowns ... had 12 knockdowns each against BYU, Miami and Baylor.
Dismissed from LSU for violating team rules, internal matters according to coach Les Miles. Transferred to Oklahoma.
SuperPrep All-American...One of the top offensive line prospects in the state of Texas and the Southwest region ... Long arms (seven-foot wing span) with excellent pass-blocking ability ... Reads the field well, makes smart decisions and never quits ... An imposing force who still has plenty of room to grow ... Rated the No. 10 offensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com ... A member of the Houston Chronicle Top 100 for Texas ... Was a defensive end early in his career until he was moved to the offensive line after his sophomore season ... Played in the inaugural Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ... Helped his team to a semifinal berth in the playoffs in 2006 ... As a junior, earned first-team all-district honors on the offensive line after recording 54 pancake blocks and giving up no sacks ... Bench presses 295 pounds and squats 535 pounds ... Has a vertical jump of 29 inches ... Plans to major in dentistry ... Coached by Lydell Wilson ... Born Feb. 28, 1988.
Born Feb. 28, 1988.
- Oklahoma Pro Day: A few under-the-radar players of note also performed well, including offensive lineman Stephen Good who posted 34 reps of 225-pounds on the bench. Perhaps the most head-turning numbers from Oklahoma's Pro Day came during Jarvis Jones' weigh-in where he showed off his 36 ??" arm length and 87" wingspan. The rest of his numbers weren't as impressive, including a 8.49 3-cone drill and only 18 reps on the bench, but his natural size and length will attract attention. Wide Receiver Ryan Broyles, who suffered a serious knee injury last fall, did not work out today, but was present and said his rehab was going well. The NCAA career leader in receptions has yet to reveal when he will work out prior to the draft. Since the Bob Stoops era began, Norman has been a regular stop for pro scouts with over 50 NFL draft picks from Oklahoma since 1999. While it's not an overly strong year for Oklahoma prospects (unlike two years ago when three Sooners were drafted in the top four picks of the draft), the Sooners should surpass last year's number of four draftees. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
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