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2013 Guard Reports
Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 285
40: 5.24
Year: 5Sr

Aaron Adams

School: Eastern Kentucky
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at right tackle awarded all-America and all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Strong, small-area position blocker with nice size. Effective with his hands, stays square, and makes good use of angles and body positioning. Sets with a wide base, works to bend his knees, and keeps his feet moving throughout the play. Quickly sets up in pass protection, extends his hands into opponents, and anchors at the point of attack. Displays good awareness picking up stunts or blitzes.
Negative: Lacks footwork sliding out off the edge. Heavy footed and marginal skills blocking in motion. Lacks the size and bulk to stay at tackle in the NFL.
Analysis: Adams was a consistent college lineman who showed big improvement the past two seasons. He plays smart football and offers potential as an inexpensive backup for several offensive line positions.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 329
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Zach Allen

School: North Carolina State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who played in five games as a senior before suffering a season-ending foot injury.
Positive: Explosive, wide-bodied blocker with surprising movement skills. Displays solid lateral range and the ability to slide in space. Strong at the point and stays square. Turns defenders off the line or seals them from the action. Built low to the ground, naturally gets leverage on opponents, and tough to get by.
Negative: Never a dominant blocker in college. Poorly conditioned and wears down over the course of a game.
Analysis: Allen was solid on the college level and has the skill to play in the NFL. He offers possibilities in a zone-blocking system and should improve in time if he adheres to an off-season conditioning plan.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 284
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Jacolby Ashworth

School: Houston
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his junior season.
Positive: Effective college tackle who projects to guard at the next level. Plays with good pad level, consistently blocks with leverage, and moves well on his feet. Keeps his hands active throughout the play. Displays better than average strength at the point of attack and adjusts to oncoming blitzers. Keeps his head on a swivel and plays with good awareness. Stays square and keeps the defender in front of him. Better than average range sliding off the edge to protect the quarterback.
Negative: Marginal run blocker who does not get much movement at the point of attack. Has an injury history.
Analysis: Ashworth was a solid college lineman who spent most of his time at left tackle before moving inside to guard as a senior. He moves pretty well and could be useful in a zone-blocking system at the next level.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 302
40: 4.98
Year: 5Sr

Jeff Baca

School: UCLA
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior. Primarily lined up at guard for UCLA but also saw starting duty at tackle and center.
Positive: Underrated lineman with a versatile game. Bends his knees, plays with leverage, and explodes in the blocks. Terrific pass protector who stays square, keeps his feet and hands active throughout the action, and anchors at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel, quickly picks up stunts or blitzes, and seals defenders from the action. Blocks with a nasty attitude and goes hard after opponents. Better than average skill blocking in motion.
Negative: Not a dominant drive-blocking lineman. Must improve his footwork in space. Shows stiffness and struggles to adjust.
Analysis: Baca was productive and durable for UCLA and does the little things well. The versatility to play any of the three interior offensive line positions makes him an attractive last-day pick.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 312
40: 4.93
Year: 4Jr

Alvin Bailey

School: Arkansas
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a sophomore.
Positive: Strong, run blocking lineman best in a small area. Quickly gets his hands into opponents, knocks them from the action, and gets movement run blocking. Blocks with good lean, anchors in pass protection, and large enough to engulf defenders. Stays square, battles throughout the play, and works well with teammates.
Negative: Not a leverage blocker and must do a better job bending his knees. Lacks quick and fluid footwork in space.
Analysis: Bailey was a consistent performer for Arkansas and offers potential in a variety of systems at the next level.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 299
40: 5.02
Year: 4Jr

David Bakhtiari

School: Colorado
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season.
Positive: Athletic and agile college left tackle who will receive consideration at the guard position in the NFL. Quickly gets into blocks and moves relatively well. Stays with the action, explosive at the point, and blocks with a nasty attitude. Works to play with good pad level. Keeps his feet moving and displays skill sliding out in pass protection or blocking in motion. Uses his hands well, seals defenders from the play, and rides opponents from their angle of attack.
Negative: Lacks great strength at the point of attack and struggles finishing blocks. Does not possess the height for the tackle position.
Analysis: Bakhtiari was consistent and durable at Colorado and is an athletic lineman who shows ability blocking in motion. He projects well as a guard in a zone-blocking system and can slide over to tackle if necessary.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 305
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Chris Barker

School: Nevada
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season.
Positive: Athletic zone-blocking prospect with upside. Moves well on his feet. Easily pulls across the line of scrimmage and redirects to defenders. Stays square, keeps his head on a swivel, and easily slides in space on passing downs. Flexible and adjusts to pick up oncoming blitzers, sealing opponents from the action.
Negative: Lacks a killer instinct and does not play with a sense of urgency. Must improve his playing balance. Gets lazy with his fundamentals. Late getting his hands into defenders and seems confused at times.
Analysis: Barker possesses next-level size and movement skills. He could develop into a starter for a zone-blocking offense if he picks up the intensity and consistently plays at a high level.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 300
40: 5.45
Year: 5Sr

Ricky Barnum

School: Michigan
Position: G
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup as a senior, playing 13 games at left guard with the first- team. Started three games the prior year.
Positive: Underrated and explosive zone-blocking prospect who is effective in motion. Fires off the snap into blocks and always looks for someone to hit. Stays square, plays with good pad level and gets leverage on opponents. Effectively uses body positioning to seal opponents from the action. Quick when asked to pull across the line scrimmage and keeps his feet moving. Blocks with a nasty attitude and works well with teammates.
Negative: Must improve the strength of his lower body. Struggles to finish blocks. Does not show great awareness and tends to lose a sense of where his quarterback is on occasion.
Analysis: Barnum is a late bloomer who watched his game take off last season and showed NFL scouts next-level potential. He offers possibilities as a zone blocker and should be a practice-squad player in 2013.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 304
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Leonardo Bates

School: La-Lafayette
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who's been used at guard and left tackle. All-Conference selection since his junior season.
Positive: Strong small-area blocker with a well rounded game. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action, blocks with good lean, and turns defenders from the play. Keeps his head on a swivel and is effective in pass protection. Possesses nice size and growth potential.
Negative: Overextends into blocks and must improve his overall playing balance. Lacks lateral range and footwork at left tackle.
Analysis: Bates was a consistent lineman in college and could back up at the next level if he improves the details of his game.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 280
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Trace Biskin

School: Arizona
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at right guard who also spent time at the tackle position early in his Arizona career.
Positive: Hard-working lineman best in a small area. Quickly sets up off the snap, immediately gets his hands into defenders, and blocks with good lean. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Displays good blocking vision and plays with a nasty attitude. Works to get a pad on defenders and displays good punch with his hands.
Negative: Heavy-footed and ineffective blocking in motion. Lacks agility and balance. Struggles with his footwork in space.
Analysis: Biskin is a big lineman with average athleticism and upside potential. He offers possibilities in a run-oriented system but may struggle to make a practice squad.

Height: 6-6
Weight: 329
40: 5.25
Year: 4Sr

Travis Bond

School: North Carolina
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after being a top reserve during his freshman and sophomore campaign.
Positive: Massive offensive line prospect best in a small area. Stays square, keeps the defender in front of him, and anchors in pass protection. Gets movement run blocking and displays the ability to drive defenders off the line scrimmage. Jolts opponents with terrific hand punch and knocks them back off the line.
Negative: Must improve his blocking fundamentals and balance. Lacks footwork in space and overextends into blocks. Lumbers around the field and plays tall.
Analysis: Bond flashes dominance on occasion but has yet to prove he's anything more than a size prospect. He must improve his playing fundamentals to make an active roster in the NFL and Bond is likely to spend a season or two on the practice squad.

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Year: 4Sr

Michael Bowie

School: Northeastern State
Position: G
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Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 319
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Jeff Braun

School: West Virginia
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who lined up at both guard and tackle for West Virginia.
Positive: Wide-bodied blocker best in a small area. Works to get leverage and stays square. Strong at the point of attack, turns defenders from the play and controls them once engaged in a block. Explosive. Attacks assignments and works to finish the play.
Negative: Ineffective blocking in motion. Gets tall in pass protection. Marginal athlete.
Analysis: Braun possesses the size to play the next level but lacks upside. The ability to play both guard spots or even line up at right tackle could help him catch on as an inexpensive utility blocker.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 304
40: 5.21
Year: 4Sr

Sam Brenner

School: Utah
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior. Lined up at both right guard and left tackle with the first-team.
Positive: Marginally athletic lineman who works hard to finish blocks. Keeps his head on a swivel, quickly recognizes blitzes thrown by opponents then makes good use of angles and body positioning to seal defenders from the play. Works his hands, explodes into blocks, and consistently stays square.
Negative: Gets tall as the play proceeds. Lacks footwork sliding out in space. Marginally effective in pass protection at left tackle and does not get much movement when run blocking at guard.
Analysis: Brenner was a solid lineman for Utah but lacks the underlying physical skills to play in the NFL. He could make a roster as an inexpensive backup thanks to the ability to line up at several blocking positions.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 286
40: 5.11
Year: 5Sr

Nick Candler

School: Northern Colorado
Position: G
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Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 316
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Joe Caprioglio

School: Colorado State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at weakside/left tackle. Played in three games as a junior in 2011 before suffering a season-ending knee injury.
Positive: College tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Stays square and seals defenders from the action. Explosive. Works his hands throughout the action and strong at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with teammates.
Negative: Not quick. Lunges into blocks and lacks balance. Marginally effective blocking in motion or sliding out off the edge in pass protection.
Analysis: Caprioglio was efficient on the college level and has the size to play at the next level but must elevate every level of his game to make it out of camp this summer.

Height: 6-7
Weight: 316
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Emmett Cleary

School: Boston College
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior. Lined up at both left and right tackle for Boston College.
Positive: Large, stiff lineman best in a small area. Strong at the point, stays square, and controls opponents once engaged in a block. Works to bend his knees and plays with leverage. Keeps his head on a swivel, works well with linemates, and always looks for someone to hit. Stays with the action and seals defenders from plays.
Negative: Immobile and ineffective blocking in motion. Lacks footwork and struggled at left ackle as a senior. Possesses limited agility, which hampers his ability to finish blocks.
Analysis: Cleary has nice size and showed consistent improvement the past two seasons. He's a right tackle prospect who will also get consideration inside at guard and could be an effective backup in the NFL.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 301
40: 5.28
Year: 4Sr

John Collins

School: Harvard
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at guard awarded all-Conference honors since his junior season.
Positive: Large, small-area blocker who's done well on the small-school level. Blocks with good lean, stays square, and anchors at the point. Quickly gets his hands into defenders, correctly places them and controls opponents once engaged at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel, works well with line mates, and effectively sees the blitz. Stay square and does well as a position blocker.
Negative: Displays limited athleticism and agility. Struggles sliding in space, ineffective on the move and just an average run blocker.
Analysis: Collins is a strong, lumbering lineman with no outstanding traits. He could find a home as an inexpensive utility blocker yet must elevate every aspect of his game.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 311
40: 5.06
Year: 5Sr

Jonathan Cooper

School: North Carolina
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season and named to numerous all-America teams as a senior.
Positive: Athletic, zone-blocking lineman with a developed game. Quick off the snap, explosive at the point, and plays with solid fundamentals. Bends his knees, gets leverage on opponents, and effectively fights with his hands. Easily moves about the field, quick out to the second level, and shows outstanding skill blocking in motion. Keeps his head on a swivel, displays good blocking vision, and works well with linemates.
Negative: Lacks lower-body power and not a dominant drive blocking lineman.
Analysis: Standing out in just about every area of the position, Cooper is NFL ready and should quickly break into a starting lineup come September. He will only improve as he physically matures and adds more strength to his game.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 317
40: 5.24
Year: 4Sr

Jordan Devey

School: Memphis
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who started both seasons he played at Memphis. All-Conference selection as a senior. Lined up at every position along the line except center in college.
Positive: Tough, versatile lineman with marginal size and speed for the next level. Bends his knees, sets with a wide base, and blocks with a nasty attitude. Stays square, keeps the defender in front of him, and knocks opponents back with violent hand punch. Quickly gets off blocks, engulfs opponents, and seals them from the action. Patient in pass protection and works until the whistle blows.
Negative: Ineffective blocking in motion and struggles adjusting to athletic defenders. Displays limited footwork in pass protection and lacks overall playing balance.
Analysis: Devey was a consistent player on the college level and showed the ability to adapt to any situation. He lacks the underlying athleticism to start at the next level but the versatility to line up at multiple offensive line positions could help him make a roster as an inexpensive utility blocker.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 295
40: 5.13
Year: 5Sr

Josh Dworaczyk

School: LSU
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who spent his sophomore and junior seasons at left guard before moving to left tackle as a senior. Missed the 2011 campaign with a knee injury.
Positive: Smart, hard-working blocker with nice length. Stays square, plays with a nasty attitude, and works blocks. Makes good use of angles, keeps his head on a swivel, and plays smart football. Quickly sets up off the snap and large enough to engulf defenders. Solid overall body strength and jolts opponents at the point of attack.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender and tends to gets tall in his stance. Lacks great footwork off the edge. Struggles blocking in motion.
Analysis: Dworaczyk was a dependable lineman at LSU and offers both size as well as growth potential. He's an average athlete who can make a roster as a reserve offensive lineman and offers the ability to fill several blocking spots.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 300
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Nik Embernate

School: San Diego State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Consistent small-area blocker with minimal upside for the next level. Quick off the snap, strong at the point, and gets movement run blocking. Anchors in pass protection, keeps his head on a swivel, and works hard to get a pad on defenders. Seals opponents from the play. Works blocks hard and always looks for someone to hit.
Negative: Stiff and ineffective blocking in motion. Struggles adjusting to oncoming blitzers.
Analysis: Embernate was a solid college lineman who played hard every week and consistently got positive results. However, he's a marginal athlete who offers neither the size for a power running game or agility to be a zone blocker. His durability and football sense could help Embernate catch on as an inexpensive backup.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 306
40: 5.2
Year: 5Sr

Danous Estenor

School: South Florida
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at guard.
Positive: Quick, small-area blocker with limited upside. Fires off the snap, stays square, and fights with his hands throughout the action. Keeps his feet moving, anchors in pass protection, and shows good awareness on the field.
Negative: Lumbers around the field and struggles getting out to the second level when blocking in motion. Must improve his blocking balance.
Analysis: Estenor possesses an NFL body and shows good strength at the point of attack but is a limited athlete with marginal upside.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 295
40: 5.2
Year: 6Sr

Elvis Fisher

School: Missouri
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who missed the 2011 season with a left knee injury and part of his senior campaign with an injured right knee.
Positive: Solid pass-protecting left tackle with an injury history. Quickly gets into blocks, immediately gets his hands into defenders, and keeps his feet moving. Makes good use of blocking angles, stays square, and effectively seals defenders from the action. Works blocks hard and plays through the whistle.
Negative: Lacks great footwork in pass protection and bends at the waist. Exploited by speed rushers. Struggles to finish blocks.
Analysis: After moving into the starting lineup as a freshman, Fisher built a buzz in NFL scouting circles but since struggled with injuries the past two years. Knee issues have sapped him of lateral agility and quickness and will red-flag him.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 318
40: 5.26
Year: 5Sr

Manase Foketi

School: West Texas A&M
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who came to West Texas A&M by way of Kansas State. All-America and all-Conference selection in 2012. Started every game at left tackle for Kansas State in 2010. Sat on the sidelines in 2011 with injury.
Positive: College tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Sets up quickly off the snap, displays good footwork in pass protection, and blocks with nice lean. Quickly gets his hands into opponents, works to stay square, and easily steers defenders from the action. Keeps his feet moving, active with his hands, and explodes at the point of attack. Blocks with a nasty attitude and works hard to finish off defenders.
Negative: Heavy-footed and stiff. Does not possess top lateral blocking range. Struggles adjusting to pick up the blitz.
Analysis: Foketi was a solid college lineman who always seemed on the cusp of becoming a good NFL prospect but was never able to take the next step. He has the size and skill to play at the next level and the versatility to line up at several blocking positions, which could help him find a roster spot next September.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 300
40: 5.25
Year: 4Sr

Fou Fonoti

School: Michigan State
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who started the past two seasons at right tackle.
Positive: Explosive college tackle best in a small area. Fires into blocks, quickly gets his hands up, and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Stays square and anchors in pass protection. Turns defenders from the action to open up running lanes. Jolts defenders with good hand punch and controls them once engaged in a block.
Negative: Heavy-footed and struggles blocking in motion. Stiff and lacks footwork in pass protection.
Analysis: Fonoti was a solid college lineman whose development was hampered last season by a foot injury. He offers size as well as growth potential and is a practice-squad prospect who should only improve as he physically matures.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 321
40: 5.47
Year: 5Sr

Theo Goins

School: Central Florida
Position: G
Bio: Started at left guard the past three seasons after playing five games with the first-team as a freshman at right guard.
Positive: Wide-bodied blocker with the underlying ability to play in the NFL. Sets with a wide base, bends his knees, and stays square. Quickly gets into blocks and strong at the point of attack. Plays with a nasty attitude and goes after assignments. Quick out to the second level and immediately engages linebackers.
Negative: Must improve his blocking balance. For the most part, struggles blocking in motion.
Analysis: Goins flashed skill since his freshman season but was inconsistent and never elevated his game. He possesses NFL size and is a developmental prospect who must improve his playing balance and finishing strength to have a career at the next level.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 294
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Mike Golic

School: Notre Dame
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at both center and guard.
Positive: Tough, hard-working lineman with limited upside. Blocks with good lean, quickly gets his hands into opponents, and correctly places them. Stays square, keeps the defender in front of him, and effective in pass protection. Quick into blocks and explosive at the point.
Negative: Possesses average playing strength and rarely gets movement run blocking. Ineffective pulling across the line scrimmage or blocking in motion.
Analysis: Golic did a solid job for two years at Notre Dame, but he lacks the strength to line up for a power-running game and the movement skills to be a zone blocker.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 310
40: 5.11
Year: 4Sr

Caylin Hauptmann

School: Florida International
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer and three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors last year.
Positive: College left tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Fundamentally sound, blocks with good lean and quickly gets his hands into defenders. Sets with a wide base, moves well on his feet, and plays with good awareness. Can adjust to oncoming defenders and shows the ability to slide in space.
Negative: Must improve his playing strength and learn to finish blocks. All too often gives up inside position to opponents.
Analysis: Hauptmann was a solid lineman for Florida International the past three seasons and possesses the size as well as movement skills to line up in a zone-blocking system at the next level.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 320
40: 5.31
Year: 4Sr

A.J. Hawkins

School: Mississippi
Position: G
Bio: Started at right guard as a senior after playing center the prior two years.
Positive: Fundamentally sound blocker who moves well on his feet. Bends his knees, stays square, and controls defenders at the point of attack. Quickly gets into blocks, consistently plays with leverage, and explosive at the point. Fluid if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage then get out front and block in motion. Gets his hands into opponents and fights throughout the action.
Negative: Doesn E(TM)t show the great lower body strength or get much movement as a run blocker. Marginally athletic.
Analysis: Hawkins is a wide-body blocker with the versatility to line up at guard or center. He shows enough movement skills to play in a zone-blocking system and should only improve as he physically matures and gets stronger.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 319
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Eric Herman

School: Ohio
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at guard awarded all-Conference honors since his junior season.
Positive: Big-bodied lineman best in a small area. Plays with a nasty attitude, works to finish blocks and consistently removes opponents from the action. Stays square, turns defenders off the ball, then seals them from the action. Gets movement when run blocking and controls defenders at the point of attack.
Negative: Minimally effective blocking in motion. Struggles with his footwork in pass protection. Gets tall in his stance as the play proceeds.
Analysis: Herman offers the size and strength to play at the next level yet must improve the consistency of his fundamentals for an opportunity to see playing time in the NFL.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 278
40: 5.09
Year: 4Sr

Chris Hubbard

School: Alabama-Birmingham
Position: G
Bio: All-Conference selection as a senior after moving into the starting lineup.
Positive: Underrated college lineman with a solid game. Blocks with good lean, sets up quickly off the snap, and displays top footwork in pass protection. Keeps his feet moving throughout the play, keeps his head on a swivel, and plays with good pad level. Stays square, keeps defenders in front of him, and seals opponents from the action. Solid movement skills with the ability to block in motion.
Negative: Struggles finishing blocks on running downs and gets minimal movement. Must improve his overall playing strength.
Analysis: Hubbard did a terrific job at weakside tackle last season for Alabama Birmingham and possesses the underlying skill to get consideration as a zone-blocking guard in the NFL.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 310
40: 5.15
Year: 4Sr

Matt Hunt

School: Fresno State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at left guard for Fresno State.
Positive: Strong, wide-bodied blocker who plays with a nasty attitude. Moves well on his feet, attacks assignments, and always looks for someone to hit. Effective blocking in motion and shows the ability to hit a moving target. Stays square and seals opponents from the action.
Negative: Does not make good use of angles in pass protection. At times, loses a sense of where his quarterback is on passing downs. Must improve his overall playing balance.
Analysis: Hunt is an underrated offensive lineman who has enough skill to get onsideration in a zone-blocking scheme.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 328
40: 5.59
Year: 5Sr

Mark Jackson

School: Glenville
Position: G
Bio: Three-yearstarter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season and named tonumerous All-America teams in 2012. Began his college career at Illinois.
Positive: Large, widebodied blocker best in a small area. Strong at the point, turns defenders offthe line and easily controls them at the point of attack. Knocks opponents fromthe play with violent hand punch, stays square and easily seals defenders fromthe action. Anchors in pass protection and large enough to engulf opponents.
Negative: Heavy footed atthe tackle position and struggles in space. Exploited by quick, nimbleopponents and struggles adjusting. Would benefit from a better conditioningprogram.
Analysis: After leaving theIllinois program due to off the field issues, Jackson established himself at Glenville Stateand was a terrific small school lineman. He possesses NFL size and the abilityto be used in a power running system if he improves his conditioning and learnsto do the little things well.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 306
40: 5.3
Year: 6Sr

Chris Jacobson

School: Pittsburgh
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who saw sporadic action with the first team as a freshman and sophomore. Started the first three games of the 2011 season before being sidelined with a knee injury.
Positive: Hard-working small-area blocker with limited upside. Works to bend his knees, blocks with leverage, and keeps his feet and hands active. Keeps his head on a swivel and jolts opponents at the point of attack. Stays square and for the most part controls opponents once engaged in a block. Works well with his linemates.
Negative: Lacks agility and struggles finishing blocks. Lumbering lineman who is only effective in a small area.
Analysis: Jacobson was a solid college player but lacks the size and athleticism to make a final roster at the next level.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 302
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Wade Jacobson

School: Washington State
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who started the past two seasons at both guard and right tackle.
Positive: Explosive small area blocker with NFL size. Sets with a wide base, quickly gets into blocks, and fights with his hands throughout the action. Keeps his feet moving and attacks assignments. Squares into defenders, sealing them from the action. Strong at the point and controls opponents once engaged in a block.
Negative: Lumbers on his feet, struggles getting out to the second level, and ineffective blocking in motion. Must improve his playing balance. Possesses average footwork sliding out in pass protection.
Analysis: Except for a back injury, which caused him to miss eight games during the 2011 campaign, Jacobson showed steady progress on the field. He's a versatile lineman with growth potential and offers possibilities as a developmental prospect on a practice squad.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 291
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Josh Jenkins

School: West Virginia
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a junior in 2010. Missed the 2011 season with a knee injury.
Positive: Small-area blocker with marginal upside for the next level. Works to play with leverage and fights with his hands throughout the action. Explosive at the point of attack. Quickly gets into blocks. Turns defenders from the action. Attacks assignments and works until the whistle blows.
Negative: Possesses average size and marginally effective blocking in motion. Beaten by quick, speedy defenders.
Analysis: Jenkins was a solid college blocker but lacks the strength to line up in a power running game and the movement skills to be used as a zone blocker. He's a high-effort player who could find a roster spot as an inexpensive backup.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 299
40: 5.23
Year: 4Sr

Ryan Jensen

School: CSU- Pueblo
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season and named all-American the past two years.
Positive: Athletic, agile small school tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Blocks with good lean, keeps his feet moving on contact, and jolts defenders at the point of attack. Plays with good pad level, attacks assignments, and turns defenders off the line. Keeps his head on a swivel, makes good use of angles, and displays solid lateral blocking range in pass protection. Correctly places his hands into opponents and fundamentally sound.
Negative: Possesses just average strength at the point of attack and does not finish run blocks. Lacks great height and size for the tackle position.
Analysis: Jensen was a prominent small school blocker who was productive and durable at Colorado-Pueblo. He's an underrated offensive lineman who could develop into a starter in a zone-blocking system at the next level.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 313
40: 5.39
Year: 5Sr

Jim Johnson-Webb

School: Alabama A&M
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who lined up at both guard and left tackle. All-Conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Large, offensive line prospect with nice upside. Patient blocker who stays square, then gets his hands into opponents and effectively keeps them away. Makes good use of angles, steers defenders from their angle of attack, and controls them once engaged in a block. Sets with a wide base, adjusts or redirects to the blitz, and a strong run blocker who moves defenders off the line. Large enough to engulf or seal opponents from the action.
Negative: Lacks the quick and fluid footwork sliding out in pass protection. Tends to get too tall when asked to cover a larger area. Not light on his feet or effective blocking in motion.
Analysis: Johnson-Webb has been productive and durable blocker on the small-school level and offers NFL size. He must pick up the minute details of his position, yet is a practice-squad prospect with future potential.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 300
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Joe Kellogg

School: Boise State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter for Boise State at left guard.
Positive: Fierce, small-area blocker with limited upside. Bends his knees, stays square, and controls defenders once engaged at the point of attack. Patient in pass protection. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with linemates. Fires off the snap and attacks assignments.
Negative: Stiff and lacks footwork in space. Minimally effective blocking in motion.
Analysis: Kellogg was productive at Boise State and did well both as a run blocker and pass protector but offers limited upside for the next level.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 304
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Josh Kline

School: Kent State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons.
Positive: Small area blocker who plays with a nasty attitude. Quick off the snap, explosive at the point of attack and strong enough to turn defenders from the action. Stays square, keeps defenders in front of him, and easily removes opponents from the play. Strong run blocker who works until the whistle blows. Keeps his head on a swivel and plays smart football.
Negative: More of an arm wrestler and not a leverage blocker. Stiff, struggles blocking in motion or adjusting to oncoming defenders. Gets tall which adversely effects his ability to finish blocks.
Analysis: Kline a hard-working college lineman with limited physical skills for the next level. He must improve his blocking fundamentals to have any chance of sticking on an NFL roster but could be an asset for a power running/ball control offense.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 317
40: 5.34
Year: 4Sr

Edmund Kugbila

School: Valdosta State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-America and all-Conference honors the past two years.
Positive: Large, athletic offensive lineman with a huge upside. Bends his knees, blocks with leverage, and stays square. Jolts defenders with terrific hand punch, turns them from the action, or easily out positions opponents from the play. Moves well on his feet, displays the ability to slide in space and easily steers defenders from the action in pass protection. Flashes power in his lower body and drives defenders off the ball run blocking. Quick out to the second level, can readjust to linebackers, and hit a moving target. Massive and tough to get around.
Negative: Plays back on his heels and does not show a killer instinct. Must improve his blocking balance. A bit haphazard in his movement.
Analysis: Kugbila is a large, athletic lineman with the strength required for a power running offense and movement skills to line up in a zone-blocking scheme. He possesses tremendous upside but needs to improve the details of his position and pick up his all-around intensity. If he pulls it all together and is coached properly, Kugbila possesses starting potential for the next level.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 295
40: 5.34
Year: 4Sr

Josh Leonard

School: Wyoming
Position: G
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup at left tackle as a senior after seeing significant action the prior two years on the right side.
Positive: Hard-working college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Bends his knees well. as good footwork and is quick out to the second level. Easily adjusts to oncoming blitzers and an hit a moving target. An efficient position blocker who seals opponents from the play. Solid pass protector who keeps his feet moving and anchors at the point.
Negative: Lacks dominant lower body strength and struggles finishing blocks. Average ize/speed numbers for the next level.
Analysis: Leonard is a versatile lineman with potential in a zone-blocking system at the next level.

Height: 6-6
Weight: 313
40: 4.91
Year: 4Sr

Kyle Long

School: Oregon
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who began his career at defensive end before moving to the offensive line in 2011. Son of former all-Pro Howie Long.
Positive: Versatile offensive line prospect with a developing game. Patient. Bends his knees and blocks with consistent leverage. Explosive at the point, jolts defenders with terrific hand punch, and gets after blocking assignments. Displays outstanding movement skills. Fluid pulling across the line of scrimmage and is effective in motion. Stays square, anchors in pass protection, and keeps opponents in front of him.
Negative: Still rough around the edges. Possesses average run-blocking strength and struggles to finish the play. Must improve his playing balance.
Analysis: Entering the season, Long was not on the scouting radar screen but quickly moved up draft boards after a terrific senior campaign. He's a versatile lineman with the size to be used at tackle as well as the movement skills to play guard in a zone-blocking system. Still rough around the edges, Long has a lot of upside and should eventually develop into a starter at the next level.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 327
40: 5.38
Year: 5Sr

Arron Lundy

School: Liberty
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his senior and junior seasons. Experienced at both guard and center.
Positive: Large, wide-bodied blocker best in a small area. Works to play with leverage, keeps the opponent in front of him, and anchors in pass protection. Stay square, keeps his head on a swivel, and picks up blitzes. Easily out positions defenders from the action or completely removes defenders from the play.
Negative: Does not get much movement when run blocking. Lacks footwork in space and cannot slide laterally. Lumbers around the field and is ineffective blocking in motion. Struggles to adjust, displays limited agility, and does too much Eoecatching E of opponents rather than aggressively blocking.
Analysis: Lundy possesses NFL size and watched his game take off the past two seasons, yet is a limited athlete with marginal upside. His center/guard versatility could help him find a roster spot as an inexpensive reserve lineman.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 315
40: 5.45
Year: 4Sr

Lamar Mady

School: Youngstown State
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who started the two seasons he played for Youngstown State.
Positive: Explosive run-blocking lineman who has upside. Blocks with good knee bend and leverage. Stays square, seals defenders from the action, or knocks them from the play altogether with good hand punch. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action, fights hard, and controls opponents at the point of attack. Flashes the ability to slide in pass protection.
Negative: Overextends into blocks and tends to fall off opponents rather than finish the play. Average ability blocking in motion.
Analysis: Mady is a thickly built blocker who effectively drives opponents off the line on running downs or slides in space during pass protection. He's an underrated lineman with the strength, build, and skills necessary to play at the next level.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 300
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Chris McDonald

School: Michigan State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at Michigan State primarily lined up at right guard.
Positive: Athletically limited offensive lineman who gets the most from his ability. Strong, stays square, and controls defenders at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel, shows good awareness, and works well with linemates. Keeps the defender in front of him and jolts opponents with good hand punch.
Negative: Gets tall, which robs him of leverage. Stiff and ineffective blocking in motion.
Analysis: McDonald was a solid run blocker in college but lacks NFL upside. He'll get consideration as a backup guard for a power-running offense.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 314
40: 5.19
Year: 5Sr

Stephane Milhim

School: Massachusetts
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter who lined up at left tackle for Massachusetts last season.
Positive: Strong, small-area college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Quickly gets into blocks, explosive at the point, and moves well on his feet. Quick out to the second level, displays good punch at the point of attack, and knocks defenders from the action. Sets with a wide base, works to bend his knees and nicely redirects to oncoming opponents. Displays ability as both a run blocker and in pass protection.
Negative: Needs to play with more consistency. Does not display good footwork at left tackle. Improperly uses blocking angles. Must improve his blocking balance.
Analysis: Millhim showed flashes of ability the past two seasons and comes with upside yet must consistently play at a high level to have a career in the NFL.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 291
40: 5.18
Year: 5Sr

Brian Mulroe

School: Northwestern
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Fundamentally sound lineman who plays with quickness. Explosive at the point of attack and turns defenders from the action. Effective with his hands, sets with a wide base, and gets leverage on opponents. Quick to the second level and plays with a nasty attitude. Keeps his head on a swivel, works well with line mates, and always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Average run blocking skill. Lacks classic size for the next level.
Analysis: Mulroe was consistent and durable on the college level and heads towards the draft as one of the more underrated guards available. Unlikely to be selected during the seven rounds. He's a free agent sleeper who could end up on a roster as an inexpensive backup.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 314
40: 5.4
Year: 5Sr

Kitt O'Brien

School: Ball State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at guard for Ball State.
Positive: Well-built college lineman best in a small area. Keeps his head on a swivel, plays with good awareness, and works well with linemates. Stays square, keeps his feet moving, and works blocks until the whistle blows. Patient and powerful blocker who jolts defenders with good hand punch.
Negative: Not light on his feet and is a stiff athlete. Shows limited mobility. Ineffective blocking in motion. Struggles adjusting to opponents.
Analysis: O'Brien has been durable and productive for Ball State yet has minimal upside for the next level. His smarts and wherewithal on the field gives him the upper hand in camp this summer.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 295
40: 5.28
Year: 5Sr

Patrick Omameh

School: Michigan
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at right guard for Michigan.
Positive: Explosive and instinctive lineman who blocks well in motion. Quick off the snap and moves well on his feet. Can redirect or adjust to defenders in motion, jolts opponents at the point of attack, and fights hard throughout the play. Blocks with good lean and anchors in pass protection. Stays square and seals defenders from the action.
Negative: Leans on opponents too much and must do a better job correctly placing his hands into defenders. Struggles to finish blocks.
Analysis: Omameh has been a consistent lineman and flashed a lot of skill early in his Michigan career. He has decent size and offers possibilities as an inexpensive utility blocker.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 306
40: 4.94
Year: 5Sr

Vinston Painter

School: Virginia Tech
Position: G
Bio: Former reserve lineman who broke into the starting lineup last season. Experienced at both guard and tackle.
Positive: Athletically gifted blocker who turned himself into a prospect last season. Bends his knees, blocks with leverage, and moves well on the field. Quick out to the second level, stays square, and seals linebackers from the play. Strong at the point, gets movement run blocking, and anchors in pass protection.
Negative: Must do a better job getting his hands into defenders. Doesn E(TM)t show great awareness of blocking assignments. Struggles finishing blocks.
Analysis: Painter is an athletic offensive line prospect with potential at guard or tackle. He must complete his game, yet comes with a large upside and could grow into a first-team player for the team that acquires his services.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 305
40: 5.26
Year: 4Sr

Jason Peacock

School: Arkansas
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer who started at tackle for Arkansas the two years he played in the program.
Positive: Nice-sized, quick blocker best in a small area. Stays square, out positions defenders from the action, and strong at the point. Anchors in pass protection and works until the whistle blows.
Negative: Lacks footwork at left tackle and easily exploited by speed rushers. Not a natural knee bender. Heavy footed blocking in motion.
Analysis: Peacock showed flashes of ability the past two seasons and is a practice squad prospect who needs to develop his game.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 302
40: 5.06
Year: 5Sr

David Quessenberry

School: San Jose State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at left tackle awarded all-Conference honors the past two years.
Positive: Fundamentally sound and relatively quick college tackle who will get consideration at guard in the NFL. Outstanding pass protector who stays square, displays footwork off the edge, and controls defenders at the point of attack. Keeps his hands active and works to bend his knees. Makes good use of blocking angles and works until the whistle blows.
Negative: Average run blocker who does not get much movement at the point of attack. Possesses a tall, thin build and may not have the strength to stay at tackle.
Analysis: Quessenberry is a fundamentally sound lineman with next-level skill. He needs to improve his playing strength but could develop into an NFL starter two years down the road.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 281
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Mike Repovz

School: Central Michigan
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at both guard and right tackle.
Positive: Adequately sized college lineman best in confined quarters. Stays square, works to bend his knees, and quickly gets his hands into defenders. Effective in pass protection, makes good use of angles, and knocks defenders from the play. Anchors in pass protection and gets movement run blocking.
Negative: Lacks overall blocking balance. Exploited by pass rushers when lined up at right tackle. Struggles to adjust.
Analysis: Repovz was a solid lineman for Central Michigan and a blocker who filled several roles. He's an average athlete yet comes with growth potential and offers possibilities at several positions on the offensive line.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 283
40: 5.21
Year: 4Sr

Randy Richards

School: Missouri State
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer and two-year starter at right tackle awarded all-America and all-Conference honors last season.
Positive: Undersized college right tackle who projects to guard at the NFL level. Quickly sets up off the snap, stays square, and keeps his head on a swivel. Keeps his feet moving and displays the ability to slide laterally in pass protection. Moves well on his feet, shows ability blocking on the second level, and adjusts to defenders picking up the blitz. Solid pass protector who knocks defenders from their angle of attack with a punch of his hands. Very effective blocking in motion and easily redirects to opponents.
Negative: Smaller than you E(TM)d like and struggles finishing blocks. Overextends into blocks and loses balance.
Analysis: Richards developed well the past two seasons and despite his measurables offers the substance and style to get consideration in a zone-blocking scheme.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 300
40: 5.32
Year: 4Sr

Kyle Ritt

School: Portland State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter experienced at both tackle and guard.
Positive: Hard-working college lineman with a thick build who gets after assignments. Quickly sets up off the snap, stays square, and displays good hand punch. Keeps the defender in front of him and works to bend his knees. Gets good initial push at the point of attack and anchors in pass protection.
Negative: Heavy footed and better in a small area. Stiff, struggles to finish blocks, and falls off defenders.
Analysis: Ritt was a terrific small school lineman and offers an NFL build but is a limited athlete with marginal upside. His durability and versatility will give him a chance to catch on as an inexpensive utility blocker.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 300
40: 5.1
Year: 4Sr

Jordon Roussos

School: Bowling Green
Position: G
Bio: Former defensive lineman who moved to right tackle as a sophomore, then started the next three seasons. All-Conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Athletic lineman who plays with quickness and agility. Quickly sets up off the snap, blocks with good lean, and gets leverage on opponents. Jolts defenders with a punch of his hands. Displays the ability to adjust or redirect to opponents. Slides his feet and displays good footwork in pass protection. Easily moves about the field and is effective blocking in motion. Picks up oncoming blitzers, consistently plays with solid fundamentals, and works until the whistle blows.
Negative: Displays marginal playing strength and overwhelmed by opponents on occasion.
Analysis: Roussos has flown under the scouting radar the past two seasons but is a zone blocking prospect with upside. He possesses next level athleticism and movement skills and needs only to improve his playing strength in order to complete his game.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 307
40: 5.28
Year: 5Sr

Jonathan Rush

School: Oklahoma State
Position: G
Bio: Started the first eight games of 2012 before being regulated to reserve duty. Full-time starter as a junior in 2010. Missed 2009 and 2011 seasons because of injuries.
Positive: Powerful interior blocker with an inconsistent game. Plays with good pad level, quickly gets into blocks, and shows strength at the point of attack. Turns opponents off the line scrimmage then seals them from the action. Stays square and anchors in pass protection.
Negative: Ineffective blocking in motion and is stiff. Must do a better job consistently placing his hands into opponents.
Analysis: Rush was a highly rated lineman coming off his 2010 junior season, yet has struggled with injuries and pedestrian play since. He possesses the size and strength to backup at the next level, yet must quickly elevate his game to make an NFL roster.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 325
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Adam Smith

School: Western Kentucky
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his junior season.
Positive: Massive lineman best in a small area. Powerful, gets movement run blocking, and drives defenders off the line of scrimmage. Plays with a nasty attitude. Will hit multiple defenders off a single snap and works them through the whistle. Gets his hands into opponents, easily anchors in pass protection, and has the strength necessary to recover from mistakes.
Negative: Struggles blocking in motion. Beaten by quick, nimble opponents. Lacks blocking balance.
Analysis: Smith offers the style and skill to be useful at the next level as a back-up lineman in a power-running offense.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 320
40: 5.28
Year: 4Sr

John Sullen

School: Auburn
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at guard.
Positive: Strong, wide-bodied blocker best in a small area. Stays square and easily out positions defenders from the play or completely engulfs them from the action. Keeps his feet moving, works well with teammates, and gets movement as a run blocker. Drives defenders off the line of scrimmage and fights until the whistle blows.
Negative: Lumbers around the field and ineffective blocking in motion. Lacks footwork in space. Average athlete.
Analysis: Sullen is a terrific run-blocking guard with NFL potential in a power-running system or ground-and-pound offense.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 298
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Matt Summers-Gavin

School: California
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter who has lined up at both left and right tackle, as well as guard.
Positive: Hard-working but limited lineman with marginal upside. Explosive at the point. Strong and gets movement as a run blocker. Works to block with leverage, stays square, and keeps the defender in front of him. Plays with a nasty attitude and is always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Marginal skill blocking in motion. Lacks footwork in pass protection.
Analysis: Summers-Gavin comes with solid size and versatility but does not possess starting potential at the next level. The ability to line up at multiple positions on the line could help him make a roster.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 325
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Lane Taylor

School: Oklahoma State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Strong, small-area blocker who displays terrific power at the point of attack. Possesses thick, wide build. Anchors in pass protection or drives defenders off the line run blocking. Works to bend his knees, plays with good lean, and keeps his head on a swivel. Jolts defenders with terrific hand punch and shows quickness in his all around game.
Negative: Heavy-legged, ineffective blocking in motion and struggles sliding in space. Displays a lot of stiffness and exploited by quick, nimble opponents.
Analysis: Taylor has the size and style to line up in a power-running offense at the next level, yet offers limited athleticism and may never amount to anything other than a reserve lineman.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 306
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Dallas Thomas

School: Tennessee
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors last season while also receiving all-America mention. Lined up at left guard as a senior after spending the last two years at left tackle.
Positive: Fundamentally sound and relatively quick pass protector. Bends his knees, keeps his feet moving, and steers opponents from the action. Explodes off the snap, stays square, and seals open the running lanes. Solid pass protector who makes good use of angles. Easily gets off the edge to knock rushers from their angle of attack. Quick to the second level and can hit a moving target blocking on the move.
Negative: Lacks great power and overwhelmed by opponents on occasion. Plays stiff and struggles to adjust.
Analysis: Thomas is a blind-side blocking prospect at guard with starting potential once he improves his playing strength.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 320
40: 5.09
Year: 4Sr

Hugh Thornton

School: Illinois
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who lined up at left tackle, right tackle, and guard. All-Conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Thick, small-area blocker who's been consistent on the college level. Strong at the point, stays square, and controls defenders once engaged in a block. Keeps his feet moving, makes good use of angles, and plays with leverage. Works hard to finish blocks and looks quick on tape.
Negative: Slow out to the second level and struggles blocking in motion. Lacks footwork in space. Struggled with a knee injury last season.
Analysis: Thornton is an efficient lineman who lacks great upside for the next level yet understands the position and makes the most of his skill. He offers starting potential in a ball-control offense that reduces his area assignments.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 307
40: 5.04
Year: 4Sr

J.C. Tretter

School: Cornell
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter who began his college career at tight end. Awarded all-American and all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Durable college left tackle who projects to guard at the next level. Sets with a wide base, works to bend his knees, and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Immediately gets his hands up, correctly places them into defenders, and steers opponents from their angle of attack. Stays square, keeps head on a swivel, and a is a solid position blocker. Makes good use of blocking angles, plays with good instincts, and shows good awareness on the field. Works well with teammates.
Negative: Stiff and lacks footwork sliding out in pass protection. Not a dominant drive-blocking lineman.
Analysis: Tretter is a nice-sized athlete who has shown solid development on the offensive line over the past two seasons. He offers ability as a zone-blocking guard but will need time before he's ready to takes snaps in the NFL.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 302
40: 5.41
Year: 5Sr

Joe Unga

School: Midwestern State
Position: G
Bio: Junior-college transfer and two-year starter at left tackle awarded all-Conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Productive college tackle who projects to guard. Explosive at the point, knocks defenders off the line with terrific hand punch, and works blocks hard. Plays with leverage, stays square, and displays terrific blocking strength. Controls defenders once engaged at the point of attack.
Negative: Stiff on his feet, lacks the ability to slide out in pass protection, and gets beaten by speedy pass rushers. Not a true finisher. Gets lazy with his hands and must do a better job consistently placing them into opponents.
Analysis: Unga is a nice-sized lineman with growth potential but a marginal athlete with limited upside. He E(TM)s best in confined quarters and will have a chance to compete for a roster spot in a power-running offense.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 315
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Omoregie Uzzi

School: Georgia Tech
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore campaign.
Positive: Nice-sized, zone-blocking guard who flashes ability, yet has an inconsistent game. Explodes off the snap, stays square, and keeps his feet moving on contact. Blocks with good knee bend, fights with his hands throughout the action, and seals defenders from plays.
Negative: Rarely finishes blocks. Lacks balance and plays on the ground too much.
Analysis: Uzzi was a productive lineman at Georgia Tech, yet lacks the underlying physical skills to be anything other than a backup in the NFL. He must improve his playing balance and learn NFL blocking schemes to make it out of camp.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 332
40: 5.57
Year: 4Sr

Larry Warford

School: Kentucky
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season.
Positive: Large, powerful mauler best in a small area. Dominant drive-blocking lineman who easily pushes opponents off the line and opens up running lanes. Displays good blocking vision and keeps his head on a swivel. Works well with linemates. Stays square, controls opponents once engaged at the point of attack, and works to finish blocks. Keeps his feet moving in pass protection, anchors at the point, and a wide-bodied lineman who's tough to get around. Flashes quickness getting out on the second level and easily turns linebackers from the play.
Negative: Overextends into blocks and struggles handling speedy pass rushers. Displays limited lateral range and footwork in pass protection. Does not possess the movement skills to be used in a zone-blocking system. Jolts defenders with violent hand punch.
Analysis: Warford was durable, productive, and effective at Kentucky and offers the potential to start in a power-running game. He's a high character prospect who plays with a nasty mentality and a blocker that will have a long NFL career in the proper system.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 317
40: 5.51
Year: 5Sr

Chance Warmack

School: Alabama
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at left guard awarded All-America and all-Conference honors as a junior last season.
Positive: Dominant small-area blocker impressive in all areas of the guard position. Blocks with terrific leverage. Explosive at the point and easily turns defenders from the line. Keeps his feet moving. Strong and quickly clears the running lanes. Stay square, out-positions opponents from the play, and consistently finishes blocks. Moves relatively well on his feet showing the ability to adjust or redirect to defenders.
Negative: Heavy-footed and not a natural zone blocker. Inconsistent with his hands, late getting them into opponents and does not correctly place them.
Analysis: Warmack is a terrific guard prospect who has large upside and little downside. He can play in multiple blocking systems but would really excel in a power-running or ground-and-pound offense.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 300
40: 5.03
Year: 5Sr

Earl Watford

School: James Madison
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw sporadic action with the first team as a freshman. All-Conference selection the past two years and named to several All-American teams as a senior.
Positive: Athletic, nimble, zone-blocking lineman who is very effective in motion. Quick if asked to pull across the line scrimmage, fluid moving on his feet, and incredibly effective on the second level. Easily redirects to linebackers and removes them from the action. Stays square, keeps defenders in front of him, and jolts opponents at the point of attack with good hand punch. Works well with line mates, keeps his head on a swivel, and picks up oncoming blitzes.
Negative: Lacks dominant lower body strength and struggles to finish blocks. Gets lazy with his hands on occasion.
Analysis: Watford has been a terrific small-school lineman and offers the skill and ability necessary to develop into a starter on the NFL level. His skills are best suited for a zone-blocking system and Watford should only improve physically as he matures and improves his playing strength.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 312
40: 5.43
Year: 5Sr

Jason Weaver

School: Southern Mississippi
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons. Started the first three games of his sophomore campaign before being sidelined with a knee injury. Lined up at both left and right tackle for Southern Mississippi.
Positive: Versatile college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Strong, quickly sets up in pass protection, and anchors at the point of attack. Displays the ability to adjust to defenders and seals opponents from the action. Works his hands throughout the play, blocks with good lean, and shows agility.
Negative: Lacks top footwork for a left tackle. Does not finish blocks.
Analysis: Weaver is a solid lineman who has shown ability in all areas of his game. He projects as an eighth offensive lineman at the next level and could have a long NFL career if he improves upon the smaller details of his position.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 295
40: 5.34
Year: 5Sr

Graham Whinery

School: Buffalo
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at Buffalo.
Positive: Strong small-area blocker who controls defenders once engaged at the point of attack. Stays square, quickly gets into blocks, and easily turns opponents from the play. Keeps his head on a swivel, plays with a nasty attitude, and always looks for someone to hit. Correctly places his hands into defenders and gets movement run blocking.
Negative: Marginal athlete. Struggles to adjust on the fly. Ineffective blocking in motion.
Analysis: Whinery was a consistent player on the college level but lacks the athleticism and size/speed numbers to be anything other than a camp body this summer.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 320
40: 5.19
Year: 4Sr

Brian Winters

School: Kent State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter with experience at both left and right tackle. Awarded all-Conference honors the past two years.
Positive: Dominant small-area blocker who plays with a nasty attitude. Stays square, quickly gets into opponents and explosive at the point of attack. Works to bend his knees, keeps his feet moving throughout the action, and remains fundamentally sound. Jolts defenders with violent hand punch and anchors in pass protection. Gets movement when run blocking and drives defenders from the play. Makes good use of blocking angles in pass protection, stays with the action, and works hard until the whistle blows. Terrific awareness and blocking vision.
Negative: Lacks fluid footwork sliding out off the edge. Overextends into blocks on occasion. Not a natural knee bender.
Analysis: Winters has been a consistent player on the college level and a lineman who's watched his game progress the past two seasons. Playing both tackle spots for Kent State, Winters will likely be pushed inside to guard at the next level and offers immediate starting potential.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 290
40: 5.39
Year: 5Sr

Carson York

School: Oregon
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter used at both left and right guard. Played in two games last as a senior before suffering a season-ending knee injury.
Positive: Consistent lineman with an underrated game. Blocks with good lean, keeps his knees bent, and stays square. Strong at the point and turns defenders from the action. Plays with a nasty attitude. Displays good vision, keeps his head on a swivel, and works well with teammates. Shows skill blocking in motion.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base and gets pushed back off the line in pass protection. Average athlete with marginal upside. Coming off a significant knee injury.
Analysis: Productive since his freshman season at Oregon, York is known for doing the little things well. Once healthy, he offers potential as an inexpensive backup at both guard spots for an NFL team.

Updated 5/7
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
31stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
41stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
51stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
61stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
71stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
81stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
91stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
101stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
111stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
121stZack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
131stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
141stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
ILB4Sr
151stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
161stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
171stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
181stCalvin Pryor
Louisville
S3Jr
191stOdell Beckham Jr.
LSU
WR3Jr
201stRyan Shazier
Ohio State
OLB3Jr
211stHasean Clinton-Dix
Alabama
S3Jr
221stBrandin Cooks
Oregon State
WR3Jr
231stJason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr
241stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
251stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr