Breaking Down OLB/DE Kyler Fackrell and OG Sebastian Tretola

Kyler Fackrell – OLB/DE – Utah State Size – 6046v – 244v – 4.70 (Est) Strong Points – Has good size for the position with the frame to get to 255+. Is quick to read and react and makes plays. Has the range to chase down plays. Good pass drop with awareness in coverage. Has pass rush talent and shows speed and a burst coming off the edge. Weak Points – Missed all of 2014 with a torn ACL that has to be checked out. Needs to get stronger. Arms are a bit short (32 ¼). Does not have the sacks numbers that a player of his talent should have. Gets out of control at times and runners can cut back on him. Summation – A solid college outside linebacker who is still in the development phase. Has the natural traits to become a very good 3-4 OLB. Needs to get stronger, become more explosive and use his hands better. Has the competitive nature and football character to succeed at the next level. An eventual starter in the league, just needs to time to further develop his skills.   Sebastian Tretola – OG – Arkansas Size – 6042v – 317v – 5.37(Est) Strong Points – Two year starter for Arkansas. Naturally strong and powerful. Got his weight down for the Senior Bowl. Strong and powerful man. Comes off the ball with power in the run game and can anchor in pass pro. Weak Points – Has been to three different schools (Nevada, Iowa Western CC and Arkansas). Was way too heavy while at Arkansas and that affected his movement skills. Very short arms (30 ½). Lacks top lateral agility in pass pro. Not good in space and is average at adjusting on the move. Summation – Showed some “want to” by dropping about 20 pounds to get ready for the Senior Bowl, but he is still limited. NFL line coaches will not like his arm length and that alone will hurt his draft status. He is a powerful man who can run block and anchor in pass protection. May have to move to center in order to get a chance to play. Arm length won’t affect as much there. Follow Greg on Twitter @greggabe

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