OG | (6-3, 305, 5.3) | Oregon State
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: Played at Los Angeles Harbor College in 1999. Came to Oregon State in 2000 and saw action with the second unit before starting every game in '01. Was injured and missed most of the '02 season. Started against USC and played briefly as a backup in the first four games of the season before suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the second quarter vs. USC and was lost for the rest of the season.Positives: Solid character who has some quickness and mobility. Adjusts downfield to linebackers on the move. Does OK positioning and walling off defenders. Works his feet. Has great athletic ability and 34½-inch arms. Strong. Above-average movement skills, feet and ability to block on the second level. Good in space. More quick than fast.Negatives: Does not have great knee bend. Gets late to position on pass blocking. Poor hitch-step, lacks power in his punch and is a soft run blocker. Doesn't roll his hips or have the size to play offensive tackle. Does not have great play strength or power and has a weak anchor. Lacks muscle and power in play. Not physical. Gets bull-rushed. Slow setting up in pass protection.Summary: Lacks size-speed combination to be a left tackle and might fit best as a guard at the next level, but he may not get drafted coming off a serious knee injury. * Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.