Now, he does display good power once he gets his hands on you. Works hard to stay on blocks and can push defenders past the play, but consistently loses a step laterally when asked to mirror.
Doesn't exhibit much in the form of technique or proper mechanics on his kick-slide; looks more like a back-pedal toward the edge. Gets long and overextended with his footwork and is going to need a lot of work to learn the position at the next level.
Impression: Has some power to his game, but is raw with his footwork and lacks ideal mirror ability in space. More of a developmental free agent guy who is going to need more time than most teams are willing to put in."
Positive: Strong, small-area blocker who plays with a nasty attitude. Quickly gets into blocks, moves defenders off the ball, and controls them at the point of attack. Keeps his feet moving, gets his hands up, and always looks for someone to hit. Works well with teammates.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Struggles to adjust and limit it to confined quarters.
Analysis: Letuli is a nice-sized offensive lineman with the power necessary to play in a power running system. The versatility to be used at several positions gives him a chance at the next level."
Strengths: Versatile lineman who has played center, guard and tackle. Strong grip and upper body - will lock-on defender and is not easily disengaged. Flashes skill as a run blocker. Size suggests best position at the next level will be center.
Weaknesses: Missed numerous games with injuries. Plays too upright and lacks balance in pass protection - was bull-rushed several times at Shrine Bowl workouts by much smaller Dontay Moch. Lacks athleticism and size to play tackle. A developmental player with some potential.