Looks tight hipped and plays straight-legged. Really struggles to sit into his stance, gets doubled over at the waist and pops upright off the football. To his credit does exhibit some natural balance and coordination with his lower half off the edge. Showcases solid range toward the edge, with the foot quickness to re-direct laterally.
However, isn't a real compact/powerful puncher, can be jarred easily on contact and can't bend when asked to anchor. Plays very upright and doesn't have the ability to keep his base down and anchor with any consistency.
Fires off the ball upright in the run game. Displays a solid first step getting out to the second level, but doubles over at the waist and has a tough time breaking down into contact.
His weight/head is routinely over his feet and he is too linear to quickly breakdown in space. Plays too high and lacks the power to be an effective in-line guy at the next level.
Impression: A linear, tight-hipped kid who lacks the power to hold up in the NFL."
Solid all-around blocker with a long frame and long arms; also has some knee bend, but is not necessarily a great athlete and may have to shift to RT at the next level as he lacks the real light feet to cut off the edge; willing drive blocker with some short-area quickness can get to the second level;
Could add some bulk and get stronger; technically sound pass-blocker who gets good arm extension and keeps feet alive, but needs to keep pads down and can be bull-rushed at times."