What is average speed of NFL Offensive Linemen?
5.2 4o yard dash
In terms of NFL, most likely bigger, linemen are getting bigger on average. No person could survive on the offensive line in major college football or NFL at 270 lbs. In college, if the spread offense gets used more and more, then smaller, coaches in that system like lighter linemen, not many over or at 300lbs in say Rich Rod's scheme.
Depending on the level you're asking about, the weight of offensive linemen can vary quite a bit. At highschool, a team with an average offensive line weight of 260 or 270 is considered enormous. That being said, highschool linemen can compete at weight as low as 180 and 200 to as high as 380. In D-1 college football, offensive linemen frequently weigh 300 pounds. 270 and 280 pounds are also somewhat common, but are generally…
In the NFL, numbers are assigned by what position the player plays: 1-19: Quarterbacks, kickers, wide receivers, and punters. 20-49: Running backs, tight ends, cornerbacks and safeties. 50-59: Linebackers and offensive linemen. 60-79: Offensive linemen and defensive linemen. 80-89: Wide receivers and tight ends. 90-99: Linebackers and defensive linemen.