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Adcock is one of the better senior offensive tackle prospects in the draft and with teams eager to protect their quarterbacks, he could be a valued commodity. Adcock spent one season at a junior college before transferring to Oklahoma State, where he started every game in 2010 and '11 for the Cowboys, earning first-team All-Big 12 honors both years. Adcock possesses great size and surprising quickness given his bulk. His short-burst speed and long arms help him work effectively in a run-blocking scheme, and he was also a key reason Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon led one of the nation's most prolific passing attacks. He protects the edge with a good athletic ability and has the type of big body that NFL teams get excited about. It's possible he needs to be more aggressive to be effective in the NFL. Adcock sometimes doesn't finish plays, and doesn't always use his size as well as he could. Adcock is ideally suited to play right tackle or guard in the NFL and that versatility could be attractive. With a body type that is ready for the next level, Adcock has a chance to contribute for an NFL team's offensive line next season if he can fine-tune his skill set. Considering his work ethic, he could hear his name called in the third or fourth round.