BIO: Three-year starter at left tackle for Nebraska, receiving All-Conference honors every season.
Dismissed from the Cornhusker program prior to the start of the 2004 campaign for repeated violations of team policies.
Subsequently transferred to Oregon but suspended from that program before ever playing a game. Has a history of losing
his temper both on and off the field. Convicted of a misdemeanor assault charge in July of 2004.
POSITIVES: Big, strong lineman who must mature as an individual
before having any shot at the next level. Blocks with leverage, immediately gets his hands into opponents and
effectively uses angles. Fights throughout the action, keeps his feet moving and extends, controlling opponents
at the point. Solid position blocker who walls defenders from the play. Drives opponents off the ball and finishes blocks.
Plays with a nasty disposition.
NEGATIVES: Lacks fluid footwork sliding out to protect the
edge and possesses marginal size for the tackle position.
ANALYSIS: A player with the
physical skills to be a productive starter in the NFL, Incognito must learn to control his temper to have any shot of
reaching his potential. Possesses the tools to be a dominant blocker and looked like the best lineman at the combine,
but will always be questioned until he displays some maturity.