Ronald Leary   #65 OG

Height: 6-3   Weight: 320   Age: 30

Born: 4/29/1989 Baton Rouge , LA

College: Memphis

Experience: 8th season

High School: Southern U. Lab HS [Baton Rouge, LA]





Combine 2012


  • 3 Cone Drill7.87 secs
  • Bench Press30.0 reps
  • Broad Jump104.0 inches
  • 20 Yard Shuttle4.91 secs
  • Vertical Jump29.0 inches
  • 40 Yard Dash5.36 Secs


Leary is reliable to keep his man sustained in pass protection. He is a heavy-legged mover, however, and he relies on reactionary movements and upper body strength to recover from a shallow pass set. He uses his hands well in both pass protection and run blocking, and he keeps a strong grip and generates movement once engaged. He uses his frame well and keeps himself in an uncompromising position at all times. Although not a "pretty" blocker, Leary is extremely competitive and was routinely seen working downfield at the end of plays to keep his blocks going and get extra hits. His competitiveness will be the driving trait that keeps him on an NFL roster.


Leary is a classic heavy, laboring mover. He could benefit from a move inside, as he could struggle in getting into an effective pass set in the NFL. He is slow off the ball and rarely shows much explosion into his man. Although he didn't show it much at Memphis, he had difficulties maneuvering around trash at his legs and getting free to the second level to block linebackers. There aren't necessarily technical hitches in Leary's play, but his heavy, slow feet inhibit his ability to move and be effective on the line.