Former Ralston Valley Mustang and Arkansas Razorback, Dan Skipper, was the tallest offensive lineman at the NFL Combine this year, but this wasn't the first time he really stood out to 9NEWS.

Standing 6-foot-10, Skipper made an impact in Colorado high school football and also in college with the Razorbacks.

A four-year starter in college, Skipper was just one of six offensive lineman in their programs history to earn All-SEC honors twice in his career. His height played a huge advantage, blocking six kicks while playing with the Razorbacks.

Take a look at Skipper's time at the NFL Combine as well as a look back at his high school days.