Former Georgia Bulldogs Cordy Glenn and Justin Anderson were in the top five of all offensive linemen invited to the NFL Combine when it came to bench press reps today and tight end Orson Charles had the most reps of any tight end in the draft.
CBSSports.com's Rob Rang came out with the list for bench press reps of all linemen and tight ends at the combine and on that list, Justin Anderson came in second, after Stanford's David DeCastro, with 32 reps, and fellow lineman Cordy Glenn came in fourth with 31. Anderson and Glenn were the only two UGA linemen to attempt to show their stuff on the bench press.
Former Bulldogs tight end Orson Charles impressed by doing more repetitions on the bench press than any other tight end with 35. In fact, the next tight end on the list, Clemson's Dwayne Allen, didn't even break 30, finishing with 27.
These numbers will help the UGA prospects, especially Charles, whose draft stock is likely to rise quite a bit.
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