**I am by no means a scout or proffessional evaluator of talent so take my opinions with a grain of salt.
I was watching some of the highlights from Miami after hearing this and made a couple of observations...
Athletic, strong arm drive blocker. In run blocking he has quick feet and good recovery quickness. He's strong at the point of attack and can drive most lineman out of the way. When equally matched in pass protection he's solid, forming a sturdy base in his legs he can hold his ground against DTs that physically beat him in measurements. A good run blocker and steady pass blocker.
He plays too high. Stiff in the hips and will bolt himself to the ground and lunge in pass protection casuing him to over extend and lose position in protection. Against agile DTs he appears almost sluggish, struggling to keep step for step with them do in part to his poor footwork in most zone situations which allows for some to simply swat his arms away and get an inside track to the QB forcing a throw earlier then it should be thrown. Needs to finish his blocks as well.
He's not a zone blocker. In most pass plays he covered his defficeny by playing too his strength in drive blocking, getting his hands inside the numbers quickly and angling his man out of the play and making them a non factor. A definitive upgrade to the line when he plays to his strengths but can be a liabilty at times.
A wall. This guy is undeniably strong. Not as fast as Alleman (quicker then D-Mac) but is much more stout at the point of attack. A solid blocker in both the pass and run; once he has his hands on someone its practically game over. He is a much better zone blocker, taking good angles to compensate for his slower speed and able to strong arm stronger DTs while being versitale enough to catch quicker bull rushers and litterally kill their momentum pushing them back with ease and removing them from relevancy.
His strength is also a weakness at times; he is a wall. The guy is not the best down field blocker do in part to being rather slow and awkward when running downfield (his weight appeared cumbersome at times). While he has adequate latteral speed and agility he is occassionaly beat by a quick inside move or outside speed rush. While his strength is an obvious advantage in most situations he relies to heavily on his physical capabilites and not enough on technique, catching (allows for DTs to charge in to him) most DT/DEs more often then not, relying on brute force and stability in his core strength to hold off against a quick DT/DE which on occassion allows for guys he should beat normally to get inside leverage with momentum and drive him back into the pocket.
Best suited for a RT/RG (RG) started there at Miami and showed promise) better then Dmac and Barry Richardson by far.