NFL Combine results: 7 standouts from the interior defensive line group

Ruke Orhorhoro, Clemson (6-foot-4, 294)

Orhorhoro was not on my pre-combine watchlist—when debating between him and Fabien Lovett, I ended up going with the run-stuffing nose tackle—but he performed very well at the Combine, making me consider that I probably made an error in that decision. He looked very smooth in the turns and his long arms slapped with power in the bag drills. He showed more body control than I saw on film, and it was enough to make me want to go back and watch some more to see if his athleticism shows through in games I haven’t seen.

Dec 2, '23

Sweat didn’t weigh in at the Senior Bowl, which raised some eyebrows for a player most assume plays heavier than his listed size. But in Indianapolis, Sweat checked in at 366 pounds, right at his listed weight, and the weight looked comfortable.

Man, I sure didn’t see what he saw. Sweat looked like he was carrying around 40 extra pounds of sloppy weight.

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