NORMAN — A few weeks before the NFL Draft, former Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson worked out for the Philadelphia Eagles in his hometown of Groveton, Texas.
Kilgore College football coach J.J. Eckert watched Johnson, marveling at his old quarterback’s completely transformed body.
Even more amazing, though, is that Johnson maintained his speed despite gaining 100 pounds of mass over the past five years.
“Watching him go through drills that day for the Eagles, that was amazing,” Eckert said. “I’m watching a guy that’s big, long and athletic stick his foot in the ground and change directions. Doing bag drills. It’s a remarkable story, and I think it’s a great tribute to what Lane has done as far as his physical development in five years of college football.”
The Eagles liked what they saw that day in Texas. So much, in fact, that Philadelphia grabbed Johnson with the NFL Draft’s fourth overall pick last month.
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