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Name: Luke Goedeke (+) Coming off 2022 Hamstring
College: Central Michigan     Number: 67
Height: 6-5   Weight: 311
Position: OG  Pos2: OT
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 5.18
   40 Time: 5.29
  40 High: 5.40

> Projected Round: 5-6  Stock:   Projected High: 3rd  Low: 6th

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6050
Weight: 311

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
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Dates: 04/04/22 03/15/22
Hand: 09 3/4  Arm: 32 1/4
Wingspan: 80 5/8

Height: 6050
Weight: 311
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Pos Drills Only. No Workout-Hamstring


 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 1stC...2020: (+) Knee INJ/Out for 2020

 Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan, Player News

  Luke Goedeke had designs on being an NFL tight end when he reported for his first day of football practice at Central Michigan in 2018, even if his coaches secretly saw his future at a different position. A transfer from Division III Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Goedeke showed up to the equipment room and was told the only cleats available in his size were for an offensive lineman. Undeterred, Goedeke spent the next week and a half slipping and sliding across the practice field before he approached his position coach, Tavita Thompson, and asked what he could do to crack the playing rotation.

Thompson, a former Oregon State offensive tackle, suggested Goedeke switch to offensive line. "They told me this past year, which I had a feeling that was the plan all along, to just transition me to the offensive line," Goedeke said. "But it worked out in the end, so no complaints." Once a self-described "negative two-star" recruit, Goedeke now projects as a mid-round pick and one of the best feel-good stories in April's NFL draft. - Central Michigan Life

(DS#12 OG) Sr/2022 OG Luke GoedekeCentral Michigan
News Source: Central Michigan Life
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  2021 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Offensive Lineman - Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan,...Central Michigan football standouts Lew Nichols III and Kalil Pimpleton earned individual honors from the Mid-American Conference today as the league released its 2021 all-conference team and individual award winners. Pimpleton, who also plays wide receiver, and Nichols were named to the All-MAC First Team offense along with Chippewa tackles Luke Goedeke and Bernhard Raimann. - Central Michigan Football

(DS#12 OG) Sr/2022 OG Luke GoedekeCentral Michigan
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  Central Michigan starting offensive tackle Luke Goedeke underwent knee surgery and will miss the 2020 season. Coach Jim McElwain shared the news with reporters during his Webex press conference Oct. 5. "He's gonna miss this season," McElwain said. "The surgery went great, he's in really good spirits." Last season, Goedeke started all 14 games for the Chippewas at right tackle and was the team's highest graded player according to Pro Football Focus. He committed just five penalties throughout the season and played a large part in CMU having a pair of 1,000-yard rushers in Jonathan Ward and Kobe Lewis. Goedeke came to Central Michigan in 2018 as a walk-on after one season at UW-Stevens Point. - Central Michigan Life

(DS#12 OG) Sr/2022 OG Luke GoedekeCentral Michigan
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