BIO: Three-year starter at left guard. Earned second-team All-SEC honors as a sophomore.
POSITIVES: Wide-bodied lineman best in a small area. Explosive off the snap, patient and keeps opponents in front of him. Effective when he attacks his blocks and turns opponents from the line. Fights with his hands, jolts opponents and finishes blocks when he puts his mind to it.
NEGATIVES: Not a natural knee-bender and lacks the fluid footwork or ability to play in space. Bends at the waist and plays off balance. Considered a lineman with marginal work ethic and a prospect that gets by on natural abilities.
ANALYSIS: Snell has the body type and natural strength to be a dominant blocker but has been plagued by inconsistency and lackadaisical effort. Really needs to turn the intensity up several notches, develop a mean streak and make football a priority to have a long career at the next level.