Chris Colmer
OT | (6'5", 310, 5.35) | North Carolina State

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Selected by: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Round: 3
Pick (Overall): 27(91)
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Overall: Colmer was a sixth-year senior in 2004 that endured a lot of hardship throughout his college career but finished strong and showed a lot of toughness and character along the way. He took over as a starter in his redshirt freshman season in 2001, but his durability and health caused him major setbacks along the way. He broke his wrist as a senior in high school in 1998, underwent right shoulder surgery during his redshirt season in 1999 and also missed spring drills due to ankle surgery in 2002. Colmer started all 14 games in 2002 but sat out the 2003 season with a rare disease named Parsonage-Turner syndrome, which possibly was brought on by a viral infection, and it caused pain, numbness, tingling and weakness from his left shoulder down to his biceps and into his forearm. Prior to the 2003 injury, Colmer was considered a top-five offensive ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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