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.

Updated 4/28
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