As some of his former University of Alabama teammates went through the Senior Bowl experience Saturday, Javier Arenas probably knew the anxiety they would be facing for the next several months as they make the transition from college to professional football.[details]
The good: Dorsey has an explosive first step, a powerful hand punch and natural leverage that gives him a fast advantage over blockers. He shows the burst off the snap to strike an opponent and penetrate the backfield with the instincts to quickly diagnose the play and the closing speed to make the tackle. He has a strong, athletic frame with fine natural skills that he developed and improved over his extensive playing experience. He is a wide-body lineman with a low center of gravity and exceptional quickness.
The bad: The one glaring flaw in his game was persistent injuries that limited his playing time. He broke down more often than acceptable for a blue-chip prospect, but much of this can be attributed to the constant double teams he faced, and at times he was victim of chop blocks that remain a controversial blocking technique.
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