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Cedric Ogbuehi | Tackle

Team: Texas A&M Aggies
Age / DOB:  (22) / 4/25/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'5' / 305

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Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi reportedly ran a 4.78 second forty at 304 pounds at his junior day workout in the spring.
This time likely originates from the school itself, and it's possible the Aggies' watches are a bit fast when measuring their own players. That said, Ogbuehi is an undisputed super athlete, so if he loses some time at the combine, it will be measured in small fractions. The 6-foot-5 senior has drawn some comparisons to Greg Robinson due to his outstanding size and athleticism, as well as long arms and quick feet. Oct 8 - 4:49 PM

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Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi "can solidify his case to be considered the No. 1 offensive tackle available in the 2015 draft by dominating" Arkansas DE Trey Flowers, according to NFL Media Analyst Bucky Brooks.

"Against Flowers, Ogbuehi can solidify his case to be considered the No. 1 offensive tackle available in the 2015 draft by dominating the Arkansas standout in a marquee SEC showdown," Brooks wrote. The Texas A & M prospect has "the athleticism and length to snuff out defensive ends off the edge," and exhibits "the technical skills to be a franchise player at the position,"according to Brooks.
Source: NFL.com
Sep 26 - 4:32 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang notes that Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi "will get his biggest test of the season to-date with Arkansas and All-SEC defensive end Trey Flowers coming to College Station."

The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior has outstanding size and athleticism, as well as long arms and quick feet. Although Ogbuehi "has stood out at right guard and right tackle the past two seasons," Rang notes that "his long arms and nimble athleticism have always projected him best to left tackle. Trey Flowers is one of the best defensive ends in the SEC, and this weeks match up could give Ogbuehi, a chance to improve his stock with a solid performance.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 24 - 3:20 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang writes that Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi is a "phenomenal talent."

"Ogbuehi, like former Auburn standout Greg Robinson a year ago, is a phenomenal talent with the light feet, balance and long arms to project as a star left tackle in the NFL," Rang wrote. "A veteran of just a handful of starts at left tackle (after starring previously at left guard and right tackle), Ogbuehi boasts the athletic upside that teams find so enticing on draft day." The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior has outstanding size and athleticism, as well as long arms and quick feet.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 21 - 11:53 PM

CBS Sports' Dane Brugler notes that the Jaguars still have issues on the offensive line and could pair Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi with old teammate Luke Joeckel out in Jacksonville.

"Jacksonville drafted Luke Joeckel out of Texas A&M No. 2 overall two years ago, but the Jaguars still have issues on the offensive line, evidence by the 10 sacks they gave up against the Redskins in week two," Brugler wrote. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Ogbuehi was freshman at Texas A & M when Joeckel played for the Aggies, but even though Ogbuehi plays left tackle now, he has excelled at both right guard and right tackle for the Aggies. The Texas A & M prospect could easily take over the right tackle position for the Jaguars in 2015, if needed.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 15 - 2:39 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi "looked like a natural on the blind side in A&M's thrashing of South Carolina,"and ranks Ogbuehi as his No.2 prospect.

"He stood out at right guard and right tackle the past two seasons, but his long arms and nimble athleticism have always projected him best to left tackle. Ogbuehi looked like a natural on the blind side in A&M's thrashing of South Carolina," Rang wrote. The 6-foot-5, 305-pound senior has outstanding size and athleticism, and Rang believes Ogbuehi "has more talent than former Aggies Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews" who were the second and sixth overall picks over the past two years.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 11 - 2:57 PM

Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi "played a large role" in South Carolina's inability to "mount any pass rush on [Kenny] Hill" on Thursday, observed CBS Sports' Rob Rang.

"A boisterous crowd seemed to contribute to Ogbuehi getting an occasional late start," Rang wrote. "Rather than panic and lunge at his opponent, Ogbuehi showed off his rare skill set, accelerating while turning his shoulders to remain square to the pass rusher before extending his vine-like arms to latch on. Ogbuehi's agility and reach make him reliable in pass protection. He also showed quickness and agility in the running game and drove his assignment off the ball to clear the lane for A&M's first touchdown of the season, a 1-yard plunge off left tackle by Tra Carson." Thursday marked Ogbuehi's first career start at left tackle after he shifted to the blind side to replace Jake Matthews. On Saturday, the 6-foot-5, 305-pounder demonstrated "the same unique quickness and fluidity at left tackle that he had previously demonstrated at right tackle and guard," Rang wrote.
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 1 - 6:36 PM

ESPN's Todd McShay ranks Texas A&M T Cedric Ogbuehi as the top offensive line prospect.

Ogbuehi went No. 3 in McShay's 2015 mock draft back in May. "The Aggies have seen their starting left tackles selected within the top six picks of the NFL draft each of the past two years, and Ogbuehi is the next prospect in line at the position," McShay wrote. "He is excellent in pass protection with outstanding quickness and natural athleticism, and shows very good mobility as a zone blocker in the running game. He needs to improve his lower-body strength and leverage after initial contact, but overall he is very good as a run-blocker as well. He rates very well in terms of toughness and character." CBS Sports' Rob Rang ranks Ogbuehi as the No. 2 overall prospect for the 2015 draft.
Aug 27 - 5:53 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang writes that Texas A&M T Cedric Ogbuehi "has room to grow before earning his projected top three selection."

"Boasting a more unique skill-set that either of his predecessors Luke Joeckel or Jake Matthews, Ogbuehi almost certainly would have earned a top 10 selection in the 2014 draft had he entered," Rang wrote. Rang ranks Ogbuehi as the No. 2 overall player. "He looks the part of a future NFL Pro Bowler with his easy knee bend and lateral agility," Rang wrote. "Ogbuehi has vines for arms and strong hands to latch and control, as well as the core flexibility to anchor. He is light on his feet and can adjust in space when run blocking at the second level and, because of his rare combination of agility and length, is one of those few tackles capable of recovering if initially beaten off the snap. Ogbuehi isn't just athletic; he's powerful, demonstrating the strength to simply drive defenders off the ball."
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 26 - 4:26 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang ranks Texas A&M T Cedric Ogbuehi as the No. 2 overall prospect for the 2015 draft.

Ogbuehi checks in behind only Oregon QB Marcus Mariota. "Former Aggies Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews were the second and sixth overall picks over the past two years and Ogbuehi has more talent than either of them," Rang wrote. "He's stood out at right guard and right tackle the past two seasons but his long arms and nimble athleticism have always projected him best to left tackle, where he'll be starting for the first time as a senior. If he makes the transition as easily as expected, he'll prove the elite talent in yet another strong class of blockers." The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior has outstanding size and athleticism, as well as long arms and quick feet.
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 25 - 8:41 PM

Texas A&M T Cedric Ogbuehi was ranked by NFL.com as the No. 5 player in the country.

"He has ideal length and foot quickness for left tackle. He would have been a first-round pick in the 2014 draft," Daniel Jeremiah said. Indeed, Ogbuehi received a first-round grade from the Draft Advisory Board over the winter. "Athletic pass protector with prototypical physical dimensions and impressive technical skills," Bucky Brooks said. Charles Davis mentioned that Ogbuehi will become the third straight Aggies' LT to go in the first round, following Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews. "Last season, A&M had three first-round draft picks on offense. At times, though, this guy played better than all of them," Mike Huguenin said.
Source: NFL.com
Aug 24 - 10:12 PM

CBS Sports' Rob Rang believes Texas A&M T Cedric Ogbuehi "has more talent" than "former Aggies Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews,"and names Ogbuehi his No.2 prospect.

"Former Aggies Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews were the second and sixth overall picks over the past two years and Ogbuehi has more talent than either of them," Rang wrote. In the last two seasons, the 6-foot-5, 300 pound Ogbuehi has excelled at both the right guard and right tackle positions, but with his long arms and athleticism he projects best to left tackle. With a successful season, Ogbuehi will have an opportunity to be the next Aggie left tackle selected in the top 5.
Source: CBS Sports
Aug 21 - 1:04 PM

NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah ranks Texas A&M T Cedric Ogbuehi as the top senior at his position.

Iowa's Brandon Scherff ranks No. 2, with LSU's La'El Collins and FSU's Cameron Erving rounding out the top four. Ogbuehi has long been a section favorite, as he possesses legitimate top 15 talent. The Aggie is making the transition from right tackle to left tackle this offseason.
Jun 26 - 2:20 PM

NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks believes Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi is a "franchise player at the next level," and ranks Ogbuehi as his No.1 rated tackle.

"More importantly, Ogbuehi is a standout performer with the size, athleticism and skill to be a franchise player at the next level. If he continues to put dominant performances on tape in 2014, it is quite possible Ogbuehi will extend the Aggies' streak of first-round offensive tackles to three," Brooks wrote. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior has the size and athleticism to go along with his long arms and quick feet. With the versatility to play both right tackle and left tackle, it should add value to his draft stock moving forward. The Aggies prospect has a good shot to be a top-10 talent in next year's draft.
Source: NFL.com
Jun 16 - 3:45 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper ranks Texas A&M senior T Cedric Ogbuehi as his No. 1 senior tackle.

"Following the same path as recent No. 6 overall pick Jake Matthews, Ogbuehi spent his junior season at right tackle and will come back as a senior and play on the left side. The highly athletic tackle was No. 2 on my first 2015 Big Board," Kiper wrote. Ogbuehi's decision to stay in school could make him a wealthy man, if all goes well this season. Last season he received a first-round grade from the NFL draft advisory board, and it's possible he could be a top-10 selection in the 2015 draft. The last two Aggies to play the position went in the top 10, which is somewhere Ogbuehi hopes to be selected.
Jun 13 - 6:42 PM