Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 329
40: 5.31
Year: 4Sr

D.J. Morrell

School: Old Dominion
Position: G
Positive: Junior-college transfer with a versatile game. Possesses a thick build, has nice length, and easily controls opponents at the point of attack. Keeps his hands and feet active throughout the play, works to block with leverage, and makes good use of both angles and body positioning. Keeps his head on a swivel, seals defenders from the action, and displays terrific hand punch.
Negative: Gets tall blocking. Lumbers around the field and best in a small area. Lacks footwork and the ability to slide off the edge in pass protection.
Analysis: Morrell was a productive two-year starter used at both tackle and guard for Old Dominion. His size and versatility at several offensive line positions could help him make a roster as an inexpensive backup.

Updated 4/30
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