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Beaux Limmer 2024 NFL Draft: Combine Results, Scouting Report For Los Angeles Rams IOL

Oct 7, 2023; Oxford, Mississippi, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks offensive linemen Beaux Limmer (55) gives direction prior to the snap during the second half against the Mississippi Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

The 2024 NFL Draft is getting close, making it an excellent time to highlight some of the class' best players with scouting reports. Each report will include strengths, weaknesses and background information. 

Here's our report on Beaux Limmer.

Beaux Limmer's 2024 NFL Combine RESULTS

  • Height: 6-foot-5
  • Weight: 302
  • 40-yard dash: 5.22
  • 10-yard split: 1.75
  • 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.57
  • Vertical jump: 36.5"
  • Broad jump: 9'2"
  • Arm Length: 31 7/8”



  • Versatile interior lineman with the skill set and combination of size and athleticism to play OG and C.
  • Displayed strong hands to control and maintain blocks in the run game once engaged – good hand positioning.
  • Good vision and feel for stunts and blitzes, allowing him to react and pick up defenders – he communicates well.
  • Anchors well when facing power rushes to hold his ground and limit the push/penetration up the middle.
  • Continues to work to keep his hands inside and stay engaged while moving his feet to generate movement.
  • Showed good footwork and movement ability to work off double teams up the second level and play in space.
  • Very technically sound with his footwork and hands as run blocker – good angles taken to secure blocks
  • Excels when quickly engaging defenders in pass protection – uses his hands and strength to maintain blocks.
  • Displays the core strength and body control to stay engaged after initial contact when he is moving laterally.


  • Weight distribution concerns as a pass blocker include leaning into defenders (getting his head too involved) and playing off balance after initial contact, which causes him to come off blocks vs. quick pass rushers with a good secondary rush.
  • Over aggressive at the point of contact, causing bad weight distribution affecting his ability to move laterally.
  • Raw mechanics and technique as a pass blocker. He struggles to keep his weight back and play balanced.
  • Struggled to change direction vs. quick stunts/slants by defenders, allowing penetration at times.

Feb 1, 2024; Mobile, AL, USA; American offensive lineman Beaux Limmer of Arkansas (55) signals before the snap during practice for the American team at Hancock Whitney Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY


Limmer has good versatility along the interior of the line. He had 28 starts at right guard before moving to center for his last 13 games. He is most effective when proactively attacking defenders as a blocker, as a run-and-pass blocker. 

He has strong hands to control defenders once engaged and does a good job of moving his feet to generate movement in run game. Limmer plays with poor weight distribution and body control as a pass blocker. He tends to drop his head and lean into defenders, resulting in him coming off blocks after initial contact. Limmer is a technically sound lineman who plays with good hand placement and has the athleticism to move his feet to stay engaged after initial contact, especially as a run blocker.

Overall, Limmer is a versatile interior lineman with extended experience playing OG (primarily RG) and center. He will provide immediate interior OL depth with the skills to contribute in Year 1 at center or guard. He will likely be drafted either late Day 2 or early Day 3, and he has the upside to become a solid NFL starter.


All-American (PFF) and Second-Team All-SEC in 2021 and 2022 at right guard. He was on the 2023 Rimington Trophy Watch List for the Nation’s best center.

During the last three seasons, Limmer showed good versatility, playing more than 800 snaps at right guard and center (2,468 total snaps). He played primarily right guard in 2021 and 2022 with 1,594 snaps.

In 2023, he played most of his 845 snaps at center. In the last three seasons, he had 1,136 pass-play snaps, allowing 27 pressures (2.4 percent pressure allowed rate) and 1,331 running plays with 23 blown blocks (1.7 percent blown block rate). Both of those are middle of the pack for linemen with more than 2,000 snaps.