BIO: Full-time starter at left tackle as a senior after playing with the first unit on the right side during his sophomore campaign.
POSITIVES: Good-sized lineman with a nice degree of upside. Sets with a wide base, stays square and keeps opponents in front of him. Long-legged yet bends his knees, works to get leverage on opponents and fights with his hands throughout the action. Can shuffle and slide in a small area, anchors in pass protection and an outstanding position blocker. Tough, stays with the action, and jolts opponents at the point of attack.
NEGATIVES: Heavy-legged and not effective in motion. More of a finesse blocker rather than a big, dominant lineman. Slow afoot.
ANALYSIS: A large blocker with the versatility to play on either side of the line as well, Colon is a solid developmental prospect for the next level. Can be used on the left side in certain blocking schemes, yet may be best suited as a strongside blocker in the NFL. Must make strength gains and become more physical, yet could stick as a team's fourth tackle.