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

Anthony Steen

School: Alabama
Position: G
Positive: Three-year starter at guard for Alabama. Missed the team's bowl game with a shoulder injury. Fundamentally sound lineman best as a position blocker. Plays with leverage, stays square, and seals defenders from the action. Quick off the snap, immediately gets into blocks, and fights with his hands throughout the play. Keeps his feet moving on contact, keeps his head on a swivel, and shows skill blocking in motion. Quick to the second level and nicely redirects to linebackers, removing them from the action. High-effort player with a good feel for the game.
Negative: Lacks footwork and lateral blocking range. Struggles finishing blocks. Average athlete.
Analysis: Steen was a solid college lineman who got the most from his ability but enters the NFL with limited upside. If his shoulder is healthy, he could be effective as a backup for a run-based offense.

Updated 4/28
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