BIO: Former defensive tackle who moved to the offensive side of the ball and started 13 games on the right side last season.
POSITIVES: King-sized offensive lineman with a good amount of upside for the next level. Blocks with power and removes defenders from the line. Stays square, blocks with a wide base and tough to get around. Easily pushes opponents from their angle of attack or controls defenders once engaged at the point. Adequate movement skills for a large lineman.
NEGATIVES: Lacks adjustment, balance and bends at the waist. Must improve his hand placement. Not quick off the snap into blocks and lacks awareness.
ANALYSIS: Only a neophyte at the position, Leavitt displayed good signs as a senior and has a promising future. Natural size gives him a great advantage and should be considered in the late rounds as a player to develop down the road.