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The good: Frye is a good athlete with speed, agility and quickness that allowed him to line up at left tackle as a senior and grade out nicely in that role. He displays very good athleticism that allows him to get to the second level easily and block and sustain a linebacker. He sets up quickly in pass protection with the ability to mirror and slide with defenders. When he plays with a wide base and maintains good positioning and leverage, it is very difficult to get a bull rush against him.
The bad: Frye does not have the ability to play left tackle at the next level. He is still raw with limited experience in his overall technique and hand use in particular. He lacks a powerful surge at the line of scrimmage despite his strength and plays a finesse game to control an opponent. He is inconsistent in using leverage and struggles to steer an opponent. He will get beat and look awkward when he plays too high with a narrow base and lunge at an opponent.
Outlook: He has all the natural tools for him to succeed in the NFL but needs time to develop. He warrants a late pick but is only a marginal top 200 prospect.
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