- Offensive guard
- Current Team
O’Cyrus Torrence Florida Stats
Torrence has been a four-year starter. He has given up zero sacks in that time and very few QB hits and hurries. He is a premier guard talent who has the stats to back it up.
O’Cyrus Torrence Scouting Report
Per NFL Draft Buzz, Torrence has the following strengths and weaknesses:
- He’s extremely light on his feet for a 300-pounder, a natural knee-bender who plays with balance and leverage
- Hand placement is excellent, and Torrence shows a good understanding of angles when climbing upfield
- In the run game, he plays with a mean streak and does a nice job generating a push at the initial point of attack
- Torrence does a nice job working with teammates to build the pocket
- Susceptible to speed rushers
- Attacks when necessary, though he won’t consistently dominate and can lose balance overextending
- He’s often too mechanical as a pass protector
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O’Cyrus Torrence in Mock Drafts
According to NFL Mock Draft Database, Torrence is surprisingly a projected first-round pick. I say surprisingly in that the OG position is usually not valued that high. Teams usually try to prioritize other positions with their first-round pick before addressing OG. However, this shows how good of a talent Torrence is. Below is a list of mock drafts and where they have Torrence being drafted.
- San Diego Tribune – No. 23 overall: Chargers
- Bears Talk – No. 29 overall: Broncos
- CBS Sports – No. 30 overall: Bills
Would O’Cyrus Torrence Fit on the Packers?
Before the season, I would have said that the Packers need to prioritize the OG position. However, with Elgton Jenkins resigning it is definitely less of a need. He and Jon Runyan Jr. have the starting guard spots no question. Adding offensive line depth is never a bad thing but I think the Packers would rather take an offensive tackle rather than a guard.
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The only way I see Torrence on the Packers is if he falls in the draft. If he is still on the board later than projected, GM Brian Gutekunst may snag him in order to have a glut of talent on the line.
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