Stephen Good NFL Draft Profile

Stephen Good NFL Draft Profile

Stephen Good, Senior, Offensive Guard, Oklahoma


Stephen Good has been a superb offensive lineman for Oklahoma. He came out of high school with the reputation of being a superb run blocker. He has proven to be just that. Over the years, especially with the Sooners, he has developed his pass blocking skills as well. Good spent his freshman campaign in 2008 as a substitute guard. He only saw action in seven games. That changed in 2009 as Good turned into a versatile and productive player for OU. He had trouble breaking into the starting lineup due to the talent in front of him, but Good was third among offensive lineman in snaps played.

Running backs Chris Brown and DeMarco Murray have benefited from the play of Good. The ground game has been very productive during Good’s time in Norman despite all the attention that has gone to the passing attack. By the 2010 campaign Good was a regular starter and that has not changed in 2011.

Final Projection:
Good is not garnering too much national attention since he is not a tackle and lacks the agility to turn into one. At 6-6 and 305 pounds, Good has more than enough size to be a solid guard in the NFL and he keeps putting on weight. With another solid season in 2011, Good should be one of the top guards heading into the 2012 NFL Draft.

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