Robert Lyle Hitt
Biography: Former defensive tackle who move to the offensive line as a sophomore and then started the next three seasons.
Positives: Dependable and durable college offensive lineman with limited upside for the next level. Stays square, keeps his feet moving throughout the action, and blocks with good knee bend. Solid position blocker who effectively seals defenders from the action. Displays good jolt and pop at the point of attack.
Negatives: Not light on his feet and lumbers about the field. Lacks a strong lower body, footwork in space, and struggles to control defenders.
Analysis: Hitt was a productive lineman three years running for LSU, yet lacks the size and skill to be anything other than a ninth offensive lineman at the next level.
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