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NFL Combine Results: OT Garett Bolles may have risen out of New York Giants’ reach

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Utah lineman showing off his athletic gifts during workouts

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Garett Bolles
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Barely a day ago, CBS Sports draft analyst Dane Brugler was telling us that Utah offensive tackle Garett Bolles was a player who would be selected in Round 1, but really should be a Day 2 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

A day later, with Bolles apparently tearing it up during on-field workouts at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine, there is word that Bolles might not make it past the sixth overall pick in the first round.

Maybe that is a little over the top, but Tony Pauline has previously written that a good day on Friday could lift Bolles into the top 12.

Here are a few of the tweets listing the work Bolles put in Friday.

Bolles, 6-foot-5, 297 pounds with 34-inch arms, and Ryan Ramczyk of Wisconsin are considered the top two offensive tackles in the draft. Friday might have made it more likely that neither play is available to the Giants at No. 23.