BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter used at both tackle positions as well as left guard. All-Conference selection the past two seasons.
POSITIVES: Competitive blocker who gets the most from his abilities. Effective with his hands, jolts opponents at the point, and anchors in pass protection. Quick out to the second level and effectively seals defenders from the action with good body positioning. Redirects well to linebackers and can hit a moving target. Stays with assignments, quick-thinking, and picks up blitzes. Solid overall blocking strength.
NEGATIVES: Bends at the waist and overextends into blocks. Not a dominant drive-blocker.
ANALYSIS: Zuttah is a competitive lineman known for his work ethic and athleticism. He has solid size and plays with great intangibles. One of the more underrated blockers in this draft, he could find a home as a guard at the next level.