This is our Zebrie Sanders Scouting report, for the offensive linemen from Florida State University. Sanders biggest claim to fame is the “stance” (see the last video at the bottom of the page), but he has the kind of upside that will get him drafted in the first two rounds of the N.F.L. draft. For all of our other scouting reports go to our scouting report page
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6’6 320 pounds, 35″ arm length, 10 7/8 inch hands
5.41 forty yard dash, 28 bench press, 27 inch vertical jump, 100 inch broad jump, 8.15 3 cone drill, 4.99 20 yard shuttle
His best attribute his is ability to move well in the passing game “range” and to get to the second level in the run game…He has Good size…big wingspan and huge hands (this is the 40 yard dash for OL)…agile…athletic…moves his feet well…can really get to the second level well…bends well and plays with good leverage…has played both right tackle and left tackle at Florida State and is athletic enough to play LT (has actually looked better at LT this year)…a lot of upside…
Though he has the body type to fill out he needs to continue to add more strength because he can overwhelmed at the snap by powerful defensive linemen…raw from a technical standpoint…doesn’t have elite awareness…not extremely disciplined too many false starts and holding penalties have been called on him… (check out the last video at the bottom where he doesn’t move at all through an entire play. It’s funny)…
Bookend on the right side of the offensive line who enters his fourth season as a starter with a team-high 37 career starts under his belt and brings a team-high 111 career knockdown blocks into the season. A Preseason All-ACC pick by several publications who is considered one of the top tackles in the country along with teammate Andrew Datko. Bulked up in the offseason despite missing spring practice with a minor surgery. Smart player that possesses great strength, foot quickness and explosion off the ball. Tall and athletic lineman, with an impressive wingspan, who has proven adept at both pass and run blocking. He and fellow tackle Andrew Datko spent the spring mentoring and teaching the younger offensive linemen Rick Trickett’s blocking schemes, which coaches hope helped them just as much as it did the younger players.
Miami/Clemson/North Carolina Aloaloysius
Clemson 2011 Mari0clp
Just a funny video (aashah1986)