I recall hearing former Ravens scout Daniel Jeremiah on a podcast discussing drafting offensive lineman. He said of all the positions he scouted he always had a really good feel for grading o-lineman and was rarely wrong in his assessments. He thought where people often erred when grading lineman was placing too much emphasis on measurables and not enough on game tape, level of competition, and attitude. He said many of the best olineman have bad bodies, with a lot of weight in the butt and upper legs and have played collegiately at an elite level. These guys don't always excel at the combine. He maintained that often the leaner, super athletic, combine darlings struggle with their base against much stronger elite NFL defensive lineman (something that doesn't always show up against the lower level of competition in college ball). I already was quite happy with the selection of Warmack... this made me happier.