Draft Rewind 2012 – Mitchell Schwartz – Cleveland Browns

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about MITCHELL SCHWARTZ: California, 6053 318 5.38. Four-year starter who is competitive and works to finish his blocks. Good use of hands to control and steer defender in pass protection. Was impressive in Senior Bowl practices and game with his blocking and pass protection aptitude. Younger brother of Minnesota Vikings’ tackle Geoff Schwartz. Has experience at left tackle where he started 35 games and has 16 starts at right tackle. An average athlete who is smart and physical. Not a natural knee bender, but works at dropping his butt and staying balanced. Very technique conscious, playing with a good power base. Demonstrates good quickness off the snap. Good combo blocker to second level. Drives the defender into the pile on down blocks. His best skill is pass protection where he mirrors and slides his feet to wall off a defender. Good awareness to come off and block an edge blitz. Has the ability to get movement by working his feet and staying with his block. Can anchor a bull rush as long as his tail is down. OSR:41/48. Third/fourth round. (A-33 1/2, H-10, BP-23, 10-1.88).

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