Biography: Two-year starter at both tackle and guard. All-conference choice since his junior season and named to several All-American teams last year.
Positives: Hardworking college tackle who is best in a small area. Blocks with good lean, stays square and works his hands throughout the action. Keeps his feet moving and easily rides rushers from their angle of attack. Displays good punch at the point, plays with a nasty attitude and easily seals defenders from the action. Works well with teammates.
Negatives: Lacks footwork sliding out off the edge and possesses minimal blocking range. Stiff, struggles to adjust and gets tall as the play proceeds.
Analysis: Cornick displayed development in his game the past two years yet is still a developmental prospect who needs to improve his overall blocking to make an NFL roster.
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