Draft Rewind 2013 – Brian Winters – New York Jets

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about BRIAN WINTERS: Kent State, 6034 310 5.10. Four-year starter at left tackle who plays big and intense. Projected to play inside at guard. A dominant player in the Mid- America Conference. Strong hands to control the defender in pass protection and run blocking. Good hip snap coming off the ball. Physical and ornery in his play. Plays with leverage and knee bend. Good balance. Does have a tendency to grab cloth. Lateral quickness to seal an edge defender. Former high school wrestler which helps in his recovery balance. Plays on his feet. Shorter than ideal for a tackle on the next level. Will need more work on pass protection technique due to his team’s heavy run game tendencies. Never missed a start in four years. Grades out as an eventual starter once he develops as a guard, a position he never played in college. Medical exclusion at Combine – left pectoral strain when lifting. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32, H-9 3/4, BP-9, 10-1.78).

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