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Pros: Setterstrom shows sound technique that utilizes his agility and speed as both a drive blocker inside and when he pulls to the outside. He is one of the better pulling guards in recent years. As a drive blocker, he is quick on the snap and uses sound hand placement. He completes the block with good technique. As a pass blocker he is well developed and relies on quick hand placement and a solid base to stop the initial charge. He has fine football intelligence with the work ethic on and off the field to overcome marginal size. He is highly competitive and durable. He moves well on the second level. He is best suited as a zone blocker and is proficient at combination blocks with the quickness to release and get a second defender. He is a tough, blue-collar type who plays with some nastiness and works until the whistle blows. Cons: His marginal size is a concern inside. He is not the type of blocker who is known for power and will not drive a bigger defensive lineman off the ball. He needs to improve his upper body strength to improve his hand punch. Sometimes struggled to control the top collegiate tackles. Numbers:: At the NFL Combine he ran the 40-yard dash in 5.43 seconds with a 26.5" vertical jump and an 8'4" broad jump. He did 19 reps of the 225-pound bench press. Skinny: He is similar to the Rams' Adam Timmerman in size, savvy, athleticism and technique development. He is a tough, aggressive and dependable lineman with some further upside after proper strength training. He will be a good second day pick with the ability to be a surprise starter.
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