40 Time: 5.32
Biography: Former walk-on who became a full-time starter last season and was awarded all-Conference honors.
Positives: "Strong blocker most effective in the running game. Stays with the action, works hard until the whistle blows, and easily steers opponents from the play. Opens up running lanes for ball carriers, gets movement, and controls defenders once he gets his hands on them. Correctly places his hands into opponents, stays with the action, and resilient."
Negatives: Lumbers about the field and effective in just a small area. Limited athlete. Lacks agility and struggles to adjust.
Analysis: Chisolm is a late-developing lineman with terrific size and run blocking strength. He's a slug-it-out blocker on the inside who is a solid developmental prospect and should get consideration for a practice squad.
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