A long, powerful interior lineman who showcases a good first step off the ball, Odrick does a nice job crossing the face of opposing linemen and driving his legs through gaps inside. He does a great job keeping his pad level down, creating leverage on contact and working his hands inside. He has the power and technique to absolutely overwhelm linemen on contact and drive his way toward the ball. Odrick displays a great initial jolt on contact and showcases a feel for the game. He consistently finds the ball off the snap and does a great job controlling blockers on contact and closing run lanes on either side of him. But he needs to do a better job extending his long arms on contact and disengaging from blocks. He has a tendency to short-arm his way into contact and simply drive opposing linemen into the play with him before eventually muscling them off his frame. He displays good balance and leverage when working down the line and has the body control to slide laterally and then beat slide-down blocks. He times up the snap count well and consistently is the first defensive lineman moving off the ball. Odrick exhibits a strong, coordinated swat and can cleanly sidestep blocks inside or simply bull-rush opposing linemen into the quarterback's lap. But he isn't overly sudden when his initial rush is slowed and has a tendency to get too high when trying to disengage. However, he displays impressive power for a guy his size who consistently is able to find the ball off the snap and close run lanes inside. He looks like a versatile three-down type of lineman in the NFL and could play either as a 4-3 DT or 3-4 DE.