BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter at left tackle awarded all-Conference honors as a senior.
POSITIVES: Lovell has been a solid collegiate lineman who has definite possibilities in a zone blocking system or a scheme that puts
him in motion and requires him to block on the move. He offers a good amount of upside and could find a home as a reserve
in the NFL if he improves his playing strength and fine-tunes the details of his game.
NEGATIVES: Lacks bulk, playing strength, and struggles finishing blocks. Unnecessarily clutches and grabs defenders at times. Looks poorly
conditioned and lacks playing balance.
ANALYSIS: Undersized yet athletic college tackle who projects to either guard or center in the NFL. Blocks with good fundamentals, gets
leverage on opponents, and displays quickness in his all-around game. Easily slides his feet in pass protection, displays
good lateral blocking range, and effectively fights with his hands throughout the action. Quickly gets out to the second level,
shows the ability to hit a moving target blocking in motion and explosive at the point.