BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors the past two seasons. Spent most of his career at BYU playing left guard.
POSITIVES: Feinga has been a solid lineman at BYU and displays skill in pass protection or as a run blocker. He possesses enticing size
and will get consideration in the middle rounds from a power running team.
NEGATIVES: Not a dominant drive blocker. Exploited by quick, speedy lineman. Ineffective in space and really just a small area blocker.
ANALYSIS: Massive lineman who consistently or moves defenders from the action. Blocks with good lean, controls defenders once he gets
his hands on them and large enough to completely engulf opponents. Blocks with a wide base, bends his knees and easily turns
defenders off the line. Effectively fights with his hands, easily anchors at the point of attack in pass protection and keeps
his head on a swivel. Blocks with a nasty streak and attacks assignments.