Tuesday, March 28, 2017

2017 NFL Draft Profile: 5th-7th Round Offensive Tackles

5th-7th Round
Javarius Leamon, South Carolina State: Has some ability, but technique, hand and footowrk need work. Developmental prospect who needs a year or two before being ready to go.

Will Holden, Vanderbilt: Three year starter with short arms and lacking lateral quickness. Will likely be a right side guy, but has some upside and value.

Adam Bisnowaty, Pittsburgh: Injury history and lack of overall athleticism will plague him. Play really dropped after a back injury, and he was a shell in 2016. Pure mauler, but that's it.

Zach Banner, USC: Will likely have to kick into playing RG in the NFL. Body is huge, and he has lost control of it at times. Lacks pure athleticism.

Justin Senior, Mississippi State: Strong hands and upper body, but lacking lower body power and footwork is a mess. Got destroyed in post season workouts.

Dan Skipper, Arkansas: Has played both tackle spots. The tallest tackle in the draft (6-10), but that could cost him physical leverage on the next level. Has a future as a backup swing tackle, but that is where it may end.

Conor McDermott, UCLA: A soft player with a general lack of aggression. Nothing stands out on film, and played on a team that finished next to last in the FBS in run production in 2016. Not strong enough for next level play, but size gets him drafted more than likely.

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