Is a linear pass rusher who does a good job keeping his base down and has the ability to fight his way off opposing linemen's shoulders and make his way up the field once he gains a step. However, he isn't overly explosive off the snap and struggles to cleanly change directions as a pass rusher. Does a decent job extending his arms into blocks and generates a bit of a "pop" on his punch, which allows him to create some separation for himself in the pass game. But, isn't real explosive laterally even when he does disengage and fails to consistently work his way toward the quarterback.
Impression: A tough, blue-collar lineman who works hard and loves to scrap and fight in the run game. However, ends up on the ground too much when run at inside and doesn't offer much as a pass rusher."
Positive: Explosive one-gap tackle who plays hard until the whistle blows. Displays terrific quickness off the snap, plays with good pad level, and tough to move off the point. Works his hands throughout the action, keeps his feet driving up the field, and fluid moving in every direction. Shows a short-area burst of speed.
Negative: Lacks strength at the point of attack and is very slow shedding blocks. Easily pushed aside by blockers.
Analysis: Falahola is a tough college defensive lineman who's fallen under the radar in the scouting community. He possesses enough physical skills and intensity to be a backup on a four-man line and fill the role of a three-technique lineman."