Biography: Two-year starter who finished with 41/4/1.5 as a junior after he had 49/6.5/1 the prior year.
Positives: "Strong, run-defending lineman who is best in a small area. Plays with good pad level, fires off the snap with a nice first step, and keeps his feet driving up the field. Displays power, tough to move off the point, and bulrushes opponents from the action. Works hard to make plays and constantly doubled in the middle of the line."
Negatives: Straight-line defender who lacks a burst. Must develop more moves with his hands. Has marginal pass rushing skills.
Analysis: Siliga been a solid player the past two seasons at Utah and has the ability to occupy blockers up front. He lacks classic size for the NFL space eater has limited growth potential but could be a reserve in the middle of a four-man line.
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