Forrest Lamp – 2017 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Forrest Lamp



Position College Jersey Number Class Scheme
OG Western Kentucky 76 SR

Measurements (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

Listed Height Listed Weight Listed 40 Time Combine Height Combine Weight Arm Length Hand Size
6'4 305 5.12 6'4 309 32 1/4 10 5/8

Combine Results (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

40 Time Vertical Broad Bench 3-Cone Short Shuttle
5 27.5 9'3 34 7.55 4.62


Lamp has great size, he provides good protection for his quarterback, he is a good pass blocker, a good run blocker, a tough nosed player, and he gives his quarterback enough time to find an open receiver, or run the ball. He also opens holes for his backs, he bends his knees showing his athleticism, he is very athletic, just a mauler, he gets a good push on the defensive line, and he holds up well in pass protection. He also does a good job of adjusting to speedy edge rushers, and he does not get pushed around that easily at the line of scrimmage. On the other hand, he does not have great speed, and I am not sure if he fits better as a Tackle or Guard, if he is a Tackle, he is more than likely a Right Tackle. He also missed the Senior Bowl with a leg injury. With that said, I believe Lamp is a late 1st round, to early 2nd round pick.


Has great size

Provides good protection

Good pass blocker

Gives his QB enough time to get the ball away to an open receiver

Tough nosed player

A good run blocker

Opens holes up for his backs

Bends his knees showing he is athletic

Very athletic

A mauler

Gets a good push on the defensive line

Holds up well in pass protection

Does a good job of adjusting to speedy edge rushers

Does not get pushed around easily at the line of scrimmage


Does not have great speed but that does not hurt his game

Not sure if he fits more as a Tackle or Guard butIf he is a Tackle I do not see him as a Left Tackle

Missed the Senior Bowl due to a leg injury

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