2013 Draft Rewind – Justin Pugh – New York Giants

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about JUSTIN PUGH: Syracuse, 6044 307 5.14. Junior entry. Three-year starter with good athletic ability. Along with DJ Fluker, Pugh is one of the first two 4th year junior graduates allowed by the NFL to play in the Senior Bowl. In practice he played both left tackle and left guard. His marginal length and short arms prohibit him from left tackle on the NFL level. A strong player who has very good lateral foot skills. A guy who will start at right tackle or will be exceptionally proficient as a zone blocking guard. Strong hands to lock on the breast plate and control the defender. Very athletic in his play. Must keep his hands inside to avoid holding calls. Smart athletic tough guys generally find a way onto an NFL roster. Should begin his career as a good backup and then start after some developmental time. OSR:19/49. Second/third round. (A-32, H-10 1/4, BP-22, 10-1.75).

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