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NFL 2024 Rookie Scouting Report: Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

Drafted by: Las Vegas Raiders


Height: 6’4”

Weight: 315

Arm Length: 34 ⅞ 


40-Yard Dash: N/A

10-Yard Split: N/A

3-Cone: N/A

20-Yard Shuttle: N/A

Vertical: N/A

Broad Jump: N/A

Bench Press: N/A



  • Very good size and length to be an NFL OT.
  • Keeps his eyes active to make taking on stunts easy.
  • Good body control when working on pulls and up to the second level. 
  • Good footwork when run blocking and in pass protection. 
  • Works well with teammates on double teams. 


  • Has trouble resetting his hands against rushers with active hands. 
  • Experiences difficulties settling down against bull rushers.
  • Flips his hips early against speed leaving for counters to the inside.
  • Hands end up on the outside often. 


  • Third-team All-Big Ten in 2023.
  • Honorable Mention All-Big Ten in 2022.
  • Academic All-Big Ten in 2022.



While there hasn’t necessarily been too much to be excited about with Maryland football recently, the university has still been able to churn out exciting draft prospects. This year, that continues with offensive tackle Delmar Glaze. In a tough conference with gifted pass rushers, Glaze has shown why he should be drafted in April.

First and foremost Delmar Glaze has the ideal size and length of an NFL offensive tackle. Despite his size, Glaze has shown the ability to maintain good body control especially when pulling and working to the second level. He plays with good footwork in both the run and passing games and keeps his eyes active to pick up oncoming rushers or anyone who can make a play on ballcarriers. Besides this, Glaze also works well on double teams as his size and length, in combination with another teammate’s, can be overpowering. 

Still, Glaze experiences trouble against speed. Too often Glaze can be found prematurely flipping his hips leaving the opportunity for counters to the inside. In addition, Glaze also finds himself in trouble settling down against bull rushers. Constantly finding himself with his hands on the outside, Glaze has difficulty getting the proper leverage to drop his anchor leaving him susceptible to holding calls. This is all magnified in Glaze’s inability to reset his hands when needed. 

Although he was solid for the Terrapins, there’s still plenty that Glaze can work on. He’ll be drafted come late April, but it’ll most likely be as a backup. In fact, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see Glaze moved to protect the quarterback’s front side. 


My Two Cents

Delmar Glaze is not the worst offensive tackle in his class. Is he the best? No. But, there’s still plenty to like about him. While I see him more as a Day 3 pick, it wouldn’t be surprising to see a team fall in love with his size and length. No matter where he’s selected, Glaze will be a bit of a project early on. 

Drafted Round 3, Pick 77 by the Las Vegas Raiders

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