Ducasse is a well-built offensive lineman with a thick lower half, long arms and good overall girth throughout his frame. He's a natural bender for his size who displays above-average range off the edge. He isn't quite athletic enough to handle the blind side in the NFL but certainly could hold his own as a right tackle prospect. But he's still raw and has a tendency to stop moving his feet and length into blocks and allowing opposing linemen to quickly slip him both inside and out. Ducasse is a coordinated athlete who possesses a powerful punch and has the strength to lock out on contact and slide his feet through the play. He does a nice job maximizing his length and does play long, but too often he loses his balance when trying to get into blocks. He possesses good lower body strength and has the ability to get into blocks quickly off the snap and then create a push in the run game. He's a powerful run blocker who displays the balance to stick to opposing linemen through end of the play. He looks more like a guard prospect to me who has one of the most intriguing skill sets of any offensive lineman in the draft. He might need some time, but he has the ability to develop not only into a starter but as one of the better players at his position in the NFL.