Showcases the ability to pass protect from both a two and three point stance. Exhibits natural bend, a quick initial first step and sets quickly. Possesses natural foot quickness and athleticism toward the edge. Showcases the ability to reach speed to the corner and keep his hands loaded and elbows inside. However, doesn't uncoil a very sharp punch. Doesn't look real long-armed either and has a tough time gaining leverage into contact at times. Will give up leverage and can be uncoiled through his lower half and knocked off balance. Showcases the footwork to quickly catch himself and recover at times. However, will get overextended with his footwork as well and fail to recover. Gets a bit inconsistent on his kick slide at times. Can stay compact, keep his base down and stay balanced toward the edge. However, vs. speed, at times he will slide his feet and almost click his heels together, getting really overextended on his base when trying to anchor and will struggle to re-direct laterally.
Now, when he does stay balanced, he showcases natural change of direction skills and can stick and mirror through contact once he gets his hands on defenders. Exhibits the ability to mirror in space as well, keeping his pad level down. However, would like to see him continue to fill out through his lower half. Lacks great base strength at this stage, but has enough natural width to add girth and not lose much athleticism.
Impression: Showcases the ability to bend with good foot quickness and range in pass protection. Also displays an explosive element to his game as a run blocker. Needs to be more consistent with his footwork and would like to see him develop a bit more as a puncher in order to keep himself clean. Nevertheless, has the athleticism, flexibility and pedigree to mature into a solid starting left tackle in the NFL.
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But oddly www.nationalfootballpost.com has Reiff listed as an Offensive Guard?