However, he displays good body control and range off the edge as a blocker. Does a nice job dropping his pad level into blocks, extending his arms and pumping his legs on contact when engaged with linebackers. Is an impressive motion man who really gets into defenders quickly, sealing them away from the ball carrier. Showcases some natural strength to his game, but isn't real long-armed and has a hard time staying on defensive ends through the play. However, he works hard and loves to scrap and fight for every inch vs. bigger defenders.
Impression: A bit of a FB/TE hybrid, but showcases good coordination and strength as a blocker with the ability to find soft spots underneath as a receiver. I don't think he's intriguing enough to warrant anything more than a late-round pick/free agent grade, but his ability to block and maybe mature into a lead guy will certainly give him a shot of making an NFL roster."
Positive: Hard-working college tight end with limited upside for the next level. Plays with a great awareness and finds open space against coverage's. Works routes, extends his hands, and catches the ball away from his frame. Blocks with good lean.
Negative: Lacks overall strength at the point of attack. Does not possess the speed to get downfield and create mismatches in the secondary.
Analysis: Guidugli has been a consistent college player the past two seasons yet lacks the size/speed numbers to be a true tight end at the next level. Could find a home as a backup at H-back or possibly be given a try at fullback."