Duke(20), Florida St(20)
He is very athletic and technically sound lineman. Fantastic pass blocker, he has a very quick set and is very consistent in his techniques. He has a fast first step and is able to react to what the defnder does to counter it. His quickness makes excellent at reach blocks and setting lanes on outside runs. He also climbs to the second level smoothly and is accurate when finding his assignment. Great lateral agility, which makes him very good at mirroring defensive linemen.
One big weakness in his game is combating inside moves. He has a very hard to making that power step back inside to seal the inside gap, which is confusing because I think he has great lateral movement. He can also play a little top heavy and get unbalanced. There are plays that he just misses, because of balance issue and it sometimes causes him to lunge at defenders. Not great flexibility in his hips, I think he just needs to work on hip flexibility and he should be able to fix a lot of his problems.
Eichenberg is a prototypical Notre Dame OT, he is athletic and technically a good player in a facets of the game. Though he a better pass blocker, I do think he is better suited to play right tackle than left tackle. He is going to be a reliable player for the team who drafts him, because he is extremely smart and adaptable to any scheme. Physically I do think there are things he will need to work on, like flexibility and getting better at the inside power step. That being said, I feel that he is fantastic stopping the outside rush and is quick enough to combat any speed rusher. He should be a mid to late 1st rounder, but I don't think he should be the top tackle taken this draft.
Lane Johnson and Mike McGlinchey
Movement off L.O.S.
Pull & Block Outside
Adjust in Space
Use of Hands
Big Play Ability
Ability to Combat Inside Move