Arron Sears Scouting Report
|Height & Weight:||6'4 - 320 lbs.|
2007 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
Arron Sears, OG, Tennessee
The former Tennessee Volunteer has plenty of obvious strengths and weaknesses. Let's get the weaknesses out of the way first. Sears is not fleet of foot, nor is he very agile; so he will most likely spend his time in the NFL at guard, even though he played left tackle most of the time in Knoxville. He also has some durability concerns, having endured a toe injury and some recurring ankle issues. Sears also comes with some character baggage; he received illegal gifts from a furniture store in college. Here's guessing that NFL brass won't be too concerned with that situation. On the plus side, Sears has good size (6-4, 320) and uses it to his advantage. He is not an overpowering pass-blocker, but Sears (at times) overpowered collegiate defensive lineman and he could eventually emerge as a premier run-blocker at the next level. NFL scouts should also like his playing experience: three full years as a starter in the SEC and played every position on the line other than center at one point in his college career. Sears is looking like a solid second-rounder on draft day.
Last Updated Feb-21-2007 by Ricky Dimon
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