Displays only decent initial anchor strength —despite his size — failing to extend his arms and lock out at the point, and simply lacks the kind of lateral athleticism needed to slide his feet and stick to blocks through contact. Struggles to play with any kind of leverage in both areas of the game and consistently allows defenders to get under his pad level and dictate to him on contact.
Is a limited run blocker, has the type of initial coordination to reach defenders off his frame and extend his arms into contact. But, lacks the kind of power and flexibility to generate leverage and drive opposing linemen off the football. Isn't real fluid or rangy in space either and consistently ends up on the ground trying to stay on blocks through the play.
Impression: A limited bender who struggles to play with leverage and lacks the athleticism and power to hold up on the right side at the next level."
Positive: Tough, slug-it-out small-area blocker. Sets with a wide base, keeps his head on a swivel, and blocks with a nasty attitude. Stays square and seals defenders from the action. Strong at the point, anchors in pass protection, and turns opponents off the line.
Negative: Stiff, struggles to adjust, and his lack of agility hurts his ability to finish blocks. Struggles sliding out off the edge.
Analysis: Lapham offers outstanding size as well as growth potential and could be a solid right tackle at the next level if he improves his flexibility after returning from his knee injury."
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