Strengths 

6'5"

Height

Weight

316

Bench
40-Time
10-Time
20-Time
24
5.14
Vertical
Broad Jump
20-Shuttle
60-Shuttle
30 1/2"
8'7"
4.85
3-Cone
Hand
Arm
Wingspan
7.85
10 3/4"
33 5/8"
82 3/8"

Final Grade

6.63

Injury History

Games Evaluated

@ Penn St. (2020), vs. Akron, @ Rutgers

Team Fit

LAR

PHI

NYJ

Fluid athlete, his high level foot quickness, lateral agility, and flexibility will fit seamlessly into a zone scheme at the next level. Works really well with blocks that are on the move in the run game and can operate in space at the 2nd level. In pass protection he hits his landmarks quickly and can mirror defenders very well because of his nice base. Has a season's worth of experience at both RT and LT.

Weaknessess

His play strength is concerning for a player of his size. Doesn't generate much movement off the line off scrimmage, controls his assignment but doesn't wash them out of the play with regularity. He can stand to get better with his hands in both aspects. In pass protection he struggles heavily against power and he can be knocked off balance by rushers who are experienced with their hands (see: Aiden Hutchinson). Only two seasons of starting experience.

Big Picture

Projects as a starting OT in a zone scheme at the next level. Is very scheme specific as he doesn't have the play strength to consistenly produce movement in a gap/power rushing attack. Can play either the right or left side at a functional level. Will need to be coached up on his hand usage as his upper body seems like a completely different prospect than his lower body, but that can come along with coaching and reps. Can provide starting tackle value at a day 2 price.

Player Comp

Chukwuma Okorafor

Athleticism:

7.08

7.25

Has a good frame for the position with good height and arm length. Is quick out of his stance and smooth laterally and flexible enough to perform reach and cutoff blocks with good leverage. His play strength and balance is a concern, as he struggles when challenged head on with power and his anchor isn't stout. Doesn't move players off the LOS with consistency.

Quickness
Flexibility
Lateral Agility
Explosion
Balance
Play Strength
7.75
7.5
7.75
6.75
6.5
6.25

7.21

Run Blocking:

In-Line
Movement off L.O.S.
Reach Block
Pull & Block Outside
Adjust in Space
Use of Hands
7.25
6.5
8
7.75
7.5
6.25

Big Play Ability

Projects as an excellent run blocker in a zone based running scheme at the next level. Quick off the line and his lateral agility allows him to be able to perform reach blocks at a high level. He doesn't generate as much displacement as one would like. His hand usage could use work, as he is often mistiming strikes as well as having accuracy issues with them.

Pass Blocking:

6.71

Hits his landmarks rather quickly out of his stance. Has the adequate length and agility to protect the edge against speed very well. His mirror abilty is his best quality in pass protection as its hard to chain moves against him, if he wins initially its hard to beat him on the second effort. His anchor is easily the biggest chink in his armor, as he can get thrown off balance against power rushes and inside moves. His hands are a similar weakness as they are in the run game, inconsistent timing and accuracy.

Quick Set
Protect Corner
Mirror Ability
Anchor/Reset Ability
Ability to Combat Inside Move
Hands/Punch
7
7.25
7.5
6
6.25
6.25

Competitiveness:

6.08

7.25

Isn't an overly physical blocker, rarely goes for a pancake type finish. His consistency game to game is concerning, as he was horrid during two of Ohio States biggest games of the 2021 season.

Toughness
Consistency/Motor
Mauling Ability
6.25
6
6

Intelligence:

6.83

7.25

He is a smart player, but he does need more playtime to be able to diagnose stunts faster and react quicker to them. Started a full (COVID) season at RT in 2020 and this season was at LT so he has versatility in both tackle spots.

Communication
Handle Games/Stunts
Position Versatility
6.5
6.5
7.5
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Nicholas Petit-Frere

OT

Ohio State

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