2013 NFL Combine results: Linebackers provide height, weight, arm size results

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We take a quick look at the height, weight and hand size of the linebackers at the 2013 NFL Combine.

Over the last few years, the San Francisco 49ers have managed to put together what most would agree is the best starting linebacker corps in football. When three of the four linebackers earn first team All-Pro honors, and the fourth linebacker nets second team All Pro honors, I'm not sure anybody will be doing much better.

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That being said, there is always room for more depth. One 49ers free agent of note is linebacker Larry Grant. Although he spent most of 2012 with the special teams units, he showed in late 2011 where his value lies. As the primary backup to Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman, Grant earned a pair of starts when Willis suffered a hamstring injury. Willis made his way back by Week 17, but Grant was quite solid in his stead.

Larry Grant is likely going to have an opportunity to test free agency now that he is an unrestricted free agency. If he walks, the 49ers will most assuredly need some new linebacker help. I suspect the team will look into some options in free agency, but they may look toward the draft as well. A young linebacker can be groomed as a backup to their all-world linebackers, but he can also become a fixture on special teams.

Here are the height, weight and arm size measurements of this year's linebackers.

Player School Height Weight Arm
Kiko Alonso Oregon 6-3 238 32.18
Sam Barrington South Florida 6-1 246 32.28
Steve Beauharnais Rutgers 6-1 240 32.68
Jonathan Bostic Florida 6-1 245 33.08
Arthur Brown Kansas State 6-0 241 32.48
Jamie Collins Southern Mississippi 6-3 250 33.68
Zaviar Gooden Missouri 6-1 234 32.28
Khaseem Greene Rutgers 6-1 241 32.58
Brandon Hepburn Florida A&M 6-2 240 32.48
Gerald Hodges Penn State 6-1 243 32.08
Devonte Holloman South Carolina 6-1 243 32.48
Jelani Jenkins Florida 6-0 243 32.28
Nico Johnson Alabama 6-2 248 33.28
Jarvis Jones Georgia 6-2 245 33.08
A.J. Klein Iowa State 6-1 250 32.78
Jake Knott Iowa State 6-2 243 31.08
John Lotulelei UNLV 5-11 233 32.38
Brandon Magee Arizona State 5-11 223 28.68
Michael Mauti Penn State 6-2 243 32.48
Lerentee Mccray Florida 6-2 250 33.38
Kevin Minter LSU 6-0 246 32.08
Nick Moody Florida State 6-1 236 31.48
Sio Moore Connecticut 6-1 245 33.58
Alec Ogletree Georgia 6-2 242 33.48
Sean Porter Texas A&M 6-1 229 32.28
Keith Pough Howard 6-2 239 33.48
Kevin Reddick North Carolina 6-1 243 32.28
Etienne Sabino Ohio State 6-2 247 33.08
Jonathan Stewart Texas A&M 6-4 242 32.58
Bruce Taylor Virginia Tech 6-1 237 33.18
Mike Taylor Wisconsin 6-1 234 32.08
Manti Te'o Notre Dame 6-1 241 32.48
Chase Thomas Stanford 6-3 244 32.28
Cornelius Washington Georgia 6-4 265 34.08
Tom Wort Oklahoma 6-0 235 31.08
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