Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 305
40: 5.38
Year: 4Sr

Jason Onyebuagu

School: Northern Illinois
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw extensive action with the first team as a freshman. All-Conference selection the past two years.
Positive: Strong, explosive blocker who moves well on his feet. Turns defenders off the ball, stays square and seals them from the action with good body positioning. Fluid, quick if asked to kick out or pull and displays skills blocking in motion with the ability to hit a moving target.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base and looks as though he's a bit top-heavy. Does not play with a nasty attitude nor always work to finish blocks. Struggles to pick up blitzes. Lacks the height most teams want in offensive lineman.
Analysis: Onyebuagu has been a solid college lineman who showed a lot of skill the past three seasons. His lack of height is a limiting factor yet he's a wide bodied blocker effective on the move and will catch the eye of a zone blocking team.

Updated 4/28
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