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Front and Center: Garrett Bradbury, Erik McCoy Among Combine's Top Performers


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SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2823073-front-and-center-garrett-bradbury-erik-mccoy-among-combines-top-performers
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Summary

Centers tend to be an afterthought during the draft process even though history shows the NFL holds the position in high regard if the right talent is available. The 2019 class has the potential to feature multiple first-round centers, starting with Friday's standouts at the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Bradbury is a prototypical zone-blocking center based on his ability to reach defenders, make blocks at the second level and identify targets in space. Yet, this year's center class doesn't stop with Bradbury. However, the overall athleticism and quickness needed to pull, get out in space and make a block do reflect those movement skills, as Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy noted:  Best OL 40 time at #Combine was posted by @AggieFootball center @Erik_McCoy_73. Bradbury and McCoy alone help make an impressive center class since the position isn't as deep in the NFL (only two centers are needed on each of the 32 teams).

As said here by Brent Sobleski