Keeps his base down and tries to gain initial leverage on contact, but isn’t a real velcro player, lacks ideal upper body strength and can be easily disengaged from at the point — even when asked to seal. Possesses only above-average athleticism when asked to scoop block and get around targets on perimeter runs. Displays a good first step, but just really struggles to get into opposing linemen and is easily shrugged off and typically ends up on the ground.
Lacks ideal power in the pass game, as well, and he isn’t a guy who can sit into his stance and anchor. Showcases the ability to work his hands through contact and gain some leverage on opposing linemen. However, consistently bends at the waist, drops his head down and loses all his technique in order to try to hold up at the point.
Impression: Lacks ideal power/girth inside and isn’t the kind of athlete that can make up for it. Won’t be able to hold up inside physically at the next level."
2009 (JUNIOR): Earned second team All-Pac-10 Conference honors in his first season as Stanford's starting center after taking over for Alex Fletcher...made a smooth transition from left guard to the center position...started all 13 games and played a key role on a line that allowed the fewest sacks (7) in the Pac-10 and helped pave the way for the top rushing attack in school history (2,837)...earned second team All-Pac-10 academic honors...recipient of the Vardell Award as the player who best combines athletics and academics.
2008 (SOPHOMORE): Was a steady force on the offensive line that helped pave the way for the second-highest rushing total in school history...made seven starts at left guard...suffered a high-ankle sprain at Washington on Sept. 28 and missed the next three games...second team Pac-10 Conference All-Academic selection.
2007: Sat out the season to satisfy NCAA transfer rules.
2006 AT OKLAHOMA (FRESHMAN): Saw action in five games and made one start as a true freshman...took 52 of his 85 snaps on the year in a start against Tulsa...also saw action against Oregon, Texas, Colorado and Iowa State.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Gaduated from Jenks (Okla.) High School...named first team all-state by Tulsa World and The Oklahoman...District 6A-4 MVP Lineman by Tulsa World...Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State selection...ranked as the 64th best offensive lineman prospect in the nation by Scout.com...ranked as the No. 22 offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com...also rated as the seventh-best recruit in the state of Oklahoma...has marks of 442 pounds in the bench press and 525 in the squat...clocked at 5.27 in the 40-yard dash...was a National Merit Semifinalist...majoring in history.
Strengths: Good initial quickness to get into good initial position. Good punch and hand placement into defender. Able to wall off defenders and has the footwork and athleticism to work his way up to the second level. Strong base and punch in pass pro. Smart player who plays with an edge to finish blocks.
Weaknesses: Doesn't have the bulk for an NFL lineman. Will not move defenders off the LOS at the POA with his strength. Poor balance leads him to be on the ground too often. A step slow to react to blitzes and stunts at times.
Projection: Sixth or seventh rounder. Beeler will push for a roster spot or he could make a team's practice squad in efforts to bulk up."
I hope he makes it.
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