Biography: Four-year starter at left tackle.
Positives: Massive lineman with above-average athleticism. Strong at the point, gets movement run blocking, and plays with a nasty attitude. Always looking for someone to hit, and works to finish off defenders. Jolts opponents with terrific hand punch and large enough to engulf them at the point of attack. Quickly sets in pass protection, fights with his hands, and has better than average footwork off the edge.
Negatives: Not a natural knee bender. Haphazard in his movement, and lacks balance. Looks poorly conditioned.
Analysis: Ossai is a massive lineman who showed flashes of ability the past four seasons. The conventional wisdom of NFL scouts is to move him inside to guard, yet if he properly conditions himself and loses unnecessary weight, Oasis can very easily play tackle at the next level. He's a practice squad prospect with a nice upside if he devotes himself to full-time conditioning.
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