Biography: Four-year starter who lined up at both left and right tackle.
Positives: Underrated tackle prospect with size and growth potential. Effectively bends his knees, blocks with a wide base and immediately gets his hands into defenders. Fights hard throughout the action, keeps his feet moving and strong at the point. Makes good use of blocking angles and body positioning. Patient in pass protection, stays square and anchors at the point of attack.
Negatives: Lacks lateral blocking range and footwork in space. Does not get much movement run blocking. Looks like a marginal athlete blocking in motion.
Analysis: Remmers was productive and durable on the college level yet lacks the footwork to play on the left side and overall strength to be a right tackle. He offers some upside and should get consideration on a practice squad as a developmental right tackle.
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