2018 High Ankle sprain
2019vs Auburn, 2019 vs CAL, 2019 vs Colorado
Excels at both the run and pass game. Great athleticism for a guy his size. Strong hands at the point of attack allows him to knock back defenders at a ridiculous pace. Moves well to the second level to find alterte targets. Team leader.
Arm length can be an issue but it's a minor quibble. Legs can be sometimes not fully coordited with his upper body. Lack of versatility can hurt him, but he's so good at left tackle it probably won't matter.
Sewell is almost a guaranteed locked-in top ten draft pick in the 2021 class given his pedigree and credentials. He has been consistently graded among the top tackles in the history of the sport. There are minor things he needs to work on but overall, he should be a franchise type of tackle at the next level. There's not much left to be said that hasn't been showered upon him already.
Unreal quickness for a man his size. Cat-like lateral agility plus he features some ability to contort himself into the defender to make the block. Explodes off the sp like a smaller tight end and accelerates to the second level quickly. Balance has minor correctable issues as legs sometimes don't connect to the upper body. Plus play strength as its heavily featured in his run blocking than pass blocking.
Movement off L.O.S.
Pull & Block Outside
Adjust in Space
Use of Hands
Big Play Ability
Excellent in line blocker while in man blocking plays. Can laterally accelerate to the catch point well since the Ducks offense was primarily screens and intermediate routes. He simply overpowers defenders and drives them back like a blocking sled. Athletic enough to pull outside frequently and pave the way on the perimeter. He presents a formidable presence when he has to adjust to ward off defenders. Frequently seen making himself small or big dependent on the situation. Possesses a powerful punch and rarely loses leverage with his hands once he locks onto the assignment.
Fires into his pass blocking sets rather quickly for a man his size. Sewell flashes consistent ability to guard against oncoming rushers and bends them out of the way well. Mirrors the opponent well and the mirror drill coaching shows through. Shows rapid feet and good knee bend. Takes some time to get into anchor but when set, he's immovable along good reset with his hands. Possesses the same powerful hands in the pass game as he does in the run game. Doesn't get flustered when rushers go with counters and initial moves, deftly moving them with a purpose.
Ability to Combat Inside Move
Toughness isn't a question and neither is his consistency. A true road grader at the franchise left tackle position. Willing to mix it up and protect teammates.
He has an excellent handle on communicating with his linemates and does a great job combo blocking along with passing off defenders. One thing that isn't in his favor is the lack of positiol versatilty, as he's locked in at left tackle.