BIOGRAPHY: Two-year starter at right tackle who also played three games with the first unit as a sophomore. All-Academic selection since
his sophomore campaign. Came to BYU as a freshman in 2002 before going on a church mission for two years.
POSITIVES: Oswald is a hard-working lineman who plays a smart brand of football. He's also a limited athlete with marginal upside for
the next level, yet his size is enticing, and at the very least, will get him an invitation camp this summer.
NEGATIVES: Lacks footwork, blocking range, and struggles to adjust. Exploited by athletic speed rushers.
ANALYSIS: Large, intelligent lineman best in a very small area. Sets with a wide base, keeps his feet moving, and works to stays square.
Patient in pass protection, strong at the point, and controls defenders once he gets his hands on them. Makes effective use
of angles, and seals defenders from plays with good body positioning.