While the most important story will be told on the field during his workouts on Saturday, Clemson's Brandon Thomas held his own in the 'measureables' category during the weigh-in and medical exam phase of the NFL Scouting Combine on Thursday.
Thomas, a two-time All-ACC performer for the Tigers, was measured at 6-3, 317 pounds, with 34 3/4 inches arm length and a 10 1/2 inches hand span.
His hand size ranks second among all offensive linemen, behind Nebraska's Spencer Long, who measured 10 3/4.
Thomas' arm length ranks eighth among offensive linemen - a grouped topped by Kansas State's Luke Lucas at 36 3/4. Lucas also measured in as the Combine's tallest offensive lineman at 6-8.
Heavyweight honors were shared by Tennessee's Antonio Richardson and Mississippi State's Gabriel Jackson, both at 336 pounds.
Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch was measured at 6-5, 258 pounds, with 32 1/2 arm length and 10 1/8 hand span.
Offensive linemen and tight ends will participate in bench press measurements later today.
Weigh-ins and measurements for quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers are taking place on Friday. Among those groups are Clemson's Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins and Martavius Bryant; South Carolina's Connor Shaw and Bruce Ellington; and Georgia's Aaron Murray.