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Continuing with 2013 Senior Bowl coverage we come to the first viewing of the South team on the NFL Network. A lot of big time SEC kids fill out the roster which as usual will be putting a lot of kids into the league.
Two offensive linemen stood out as players the Bears could take a glance out. First a player who may propel himself into the first round is Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson. Johnson is a good athlete, with good footwork, good technique, and is a good run blocker. There is really nothing that Johnson doesn't do well. He has athleticism necessary to get up to the second level, to pull and get ahead of running backs he just does it all well. He plays with a nasty streak and finishes his blocks. He may not be a dynamic as a Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher, but he shouldn't be taken for granted.
Johnson has played both right and left tackle at Oklahoma and can play both positions equally well. He's far more athletic than a player like Gabe...
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*Reportedly, the Chicago Bears may have designs drafting him at their 20th slot in April’s draft.
*SI.com’s Chris Burke has Johnson listed as the 38th best prospect in this year's class, the only Sooner on his list.
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Oklahoma OT Lane Johnson
Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson has put together a really impressive week and is in a great position to solidify himself as the No. 3 tackle in this year’s draft class. A good showing on Sunday could potentially push him up into the discussion for one of the top 20 picks.
Johnson (6’7, 303 lbs.) has been solid at left tackle for the Sooners this...
Illinois DE Michael Buchanan told reporters on Wednesday that the Philadelphia Eagles have expressed interest in him possibly playing 3-4 outside linebacker for them next season. (Geoff Mosher)
There’s been a lot of speculation that Chip Kelly and company are planning on making the transition to a 3-4 base defense next year.
Buchanan mentioned that he’s comfortable playing...