BIOGRAPHY: Four-year starter who posted 44/9.5/4 as a senior after 50/8.5/4 as a junior.
POSITIVES: Gill possesses the ability and movement skills to be used as either a conventional tackle or as a three-technique lineman
in the NFL. His quickness off the snap and ability to get leverage on opponents give him a decided advantage, yet Gill must
pick up the tempo of his play this summer to have any chance of making a roster.
NEGATIVES: Undersized, handled at the point by a single blocker. Has been marginally productive, and he never met the expectations scouts
had placed upon him.
ANALYSIS: Explosive interior lineman with an up-and-down game. Plays with good knee bend, displays terrific first-step quickness, and
rarely off his feet. Effectively works his hands to protect himself or get off blocks, quickly changes direction, and fluid
moving about the field. Immediately alters his angle of attack in pursuit of the action laterally. Chases hard to get involved
in the action, and shows a closing burst of speed.