OT | (6-4, 317, 5.54) | Harvard
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: Saw limited action in 1999. Played in every game in 2000 and started twice. Started five games and missed four with a sprained left medial collateral ligament in '01. Starter in '02.Positives: Is very smart and plays smart. Big widebody with a big, bubble butt. Has pretty good initial quickness and some lateral movement.Negatives: Has not done enough work in the weight room, and it shows. Lacks overall mobility and does not run well. Does not need football. Both parents are doctors, and he will have a Harvard degree to hang on his wall. Average foot quickness. Lacks experience, and football seems to be just one part of his life.Summary: Must work a lot harder and show a much greater commitment to the game if he wants to play at the next level. Nonetheless, he has some traits that make him interesting, and he could project as an NFL guard.* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.