Biography: Former tight end who moved to the offensive line as a sophomore then started the next three seasons. Lined up at left tackle, right tackle and guard with the first team.
Positives: Tall, quick lineman with good movement skills. Quickly gets into blocks, agile and easily adjusts or redirects to defenders. Moves well on his feet, displays the ability to block in motion and quick if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage. Stays with assignments, keeps the defender in front of him and shows ability as a position blocker. Starts the play with good knee bend, quickly gets his hands into opponents and works blocks. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with linemates.
Negatives: Average strength at the point of attack and gets minimal movement run blocking. Bends at the waist or overextends into blocks. Marginal playing balance.
Analysis: Weaver is a developmental prospect who must get bigger and stronger. He possesses enough upside to get consideration on a practice squad.
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