2003 NFL Draft 2003 NFL Draft

Grading System
Position: OG
Class: Sr
School: Penn St.
Conference: Big Ten
Ht., Wt.: 6'3, 324
40 Time: 5.86
Grade: 3.29

BIO: Two-year starter who saw spot duty with the first team as a red-shirt sophomore. Played both guard and left tackle at Penn State.

POSITIVES: Adequately sized lineman best in confined quarters. Quick off the ball into his blocks, works to stay square and fights with his hands. Can shuffle and slide his feet, adequate in space or out on the immediate second level where he annihilates linebackers. Walls off defenders with good body positioning, stays with the play and adequately adjusts to opponents moves.

NEGATIVES: Lacks the strong base and does not get movement from his run blocks. Though he can shuffle his feet, improvement is needed with the overall footwork.

ANALYSIS: Above average athlete who needs to concentrate on the task at hand and get into the weight room if he's to meet his upper most potential.

PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent

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