2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CODY WHITEHAIR: Kansas State, 6036 301 5.06. Four-year starter and team captain from Abilene, KS. Projects inside to guard or center from left tackle. A heady utility lineman with shorter than ideal arms. Big hands to control an inside defender. Played guard during Senior Bowl practices. Light on his feet with fluid movement. Excels on second level blocks. A knee bender with a solid base in pass protection. Can drop his weight to anchor versus power with his thick lower body. Effective both as a pass protector and run blocker. However he will drop his head in pass pro at times but recovers. Redirects and shifts weight quickly. Consistent to make mental adjustments on the move. Good initial quickness to gain an advantage with his hands and feet. Finishes his blocks with functional play strength and balance. Consistent footwork and hand placement. Rarely caught out of position with good reactions and anticipation. Easy balance and body control. Good football intelligence and instincts to put himself into a good position to make a successful block. Needs more core strength to anchor against power rushers. Struggles to recover at times if beat off the snap. Collected All-Big 12 honors for four years, cumulating in first-team honors in 2015 for the first time. OSR:24/47. Second/third round. (A-32 3/8, H-10 1/8, BP-16, 10-1.73).