Biography: Thee-year starter awarded All-Conference honors since his junior campaign being named as an All-American last year. Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year in 2009. Senior totals included 43/11/7 after 41/9.5/4.5 the prior year.
Positives: Athletic, well-sized defensive lineman with potential at tackle or as a two-gap end. Bends his knees, plays with terrific leverage, and fires off the snap with a quick first step. Uses his hands to protect himself, shows good punch, and pushes blockers to the ground. Keeps his feet driving on contact, gets leverage on opponents, then bulrushes them off the line of scrimmage. Displays an array of moves getting off blocks. Knifes to the inside, plays heads-up football, and constantly focused on by opponents.
Negatives: Marginal pass rusher. Displays limited skill in pursuit.
Analysis: Odrick has been a disruptive defender at Penn State and is a lineman who demands the full attention of the opposition. He's a solid athlete who plays with good fundamentals and is a prospect who hold a large degree of upside. Odrick has starting potential and should quickly produce as a rookie in the NFL.
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