Draft Rewind 2014: Billy Turner, Miami Dolphins

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about BILLY TURNER before making the Miami Dolphins depth chart: North Dakota State, 6047 315 5.16. Four-year starter at left tackle. A physical player with good athletic ability. Good two-arm lock out extension and use of hands in pass protection. Aggressive run blocker. The Bison ran behind him on goal-line and short yardage plays. Mobile enough to pull and fold block the second level. Can play in space. Can gain and regain balance. Needs more core strength. Slender lower body. Will play high in both the pass and run games if he loses his knee bend. Narrows his power base at times. Senior Bowl notes: played left tackle for the Bisons, but worked at right tackle in the Senior Bowl. Tall athletic frame with some softness but has big bone girth. Worked too high with inconsistent knee bend. Had significant problems with speed off the edge and redirecting quickly with double move pass rushers. Improved as the week went on. Has the body, functional foot mobility, and athletic agility for an NFL lineman. Will need to improve play strength and hand placement. OSR:16/40. Fourth/fifth round. (A-34, H-10, BP-25, 10-1.82).

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