However, he too often is the last D-lineman moving off the snap and doesn't have the power to routinely overwhelm on contact. Gets a bit upright off the snap when trying to slip blocks vs. the pass game.
Exposes his chest, isn't real sudden when trying to keep himself clean and can be anchored once a lineman gets their hands on him. Has a spin move he uses time to time and can create a seam for himself and get up the field.
However, doesn't have great closing speed off his frame. Isn't real impressive at all when rushing from the outside. Gets upright, can't threaten the edge and doesn't play real quick/sudden on his pass rush.
Does a nice job in the run game extending his arms off the snap, gaining leverage and keeping his base down as he runs his legs through contact. Is a better anchor player inside vs. the in-line run game than his size would indicate and can hold his own one on one.
Is a plus run defender off his frame, has the initial burst to beat slid down blocks, and will fend off defenders and work through contact.
Impression: His body type reminds me some of former Miami D-lineman Allen Bailey. I think he best suited to add weight and play in more of a one-gap scheme where he can use his first step to create pressure, but doesn't warrant much more than a late round/FA grade at this stage."
Has a quick, albeit inconsistent, get-off, and can push the pocket and spin off single blocks as a rusher.
When he plays with good pad level, he can drop his base, extend his arms and churn his legs to hold the line, though he needs to be coached how to use his hands, as he usually tries to bump and rip.
Is immature with underachiever traits and will have to dedicate himself to reshaping his body, adding better weight and adopting a more professional work ethic.
Best chance will be as a one-gapping, rotational three-technique."