Brandon Mosley Scouting Report

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Brandon Mosley Scouting Report

Position: OT
Conference: SEC
School: Auburn Tigers
Year/Status: Drafted
Jersey Number: #75
Height & Weight: 6'5' - 305 lbs.
Draft Prediction: Third Round
Drafted 4.36 in 2012 by NYG

2012 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash5.21
Bench press30
Vertical jump27.0
Broad jump8'7
Three-cone drill7.43
20-yard shuttle4.78

2012 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:

Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn

Mosley played at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College before transferring to Auburn in 2010. The offensive tackle instantly became a starter and remained as such for two seasons. For the National Champion Tigers in 2010, the line allowed only 23 sacks in 296 pass attempts. It helped the team rush for 254 yards and rack up 519 yards total offense in the championship game against Oregon. Auburn suffered a significant dropoff in 2011, but that was mostly due to the departure of Cam Newton in addition to the loss of key defenders. The offensive line remained solid and helped all four of the team's top rushers average at least four yards per carry (and three of the top four average more than five yards per attempt).

Mosley has good size at 6'5'' and 305 pounds, but it is his athleticism and quickness that will make him a force at the next level. The Jefferson, GA native generally runs in the 5.2s of the 40-yard dash and he has been clocked as fast as 5.06 from that distance. He even played some defense end and tight end at junior college. Now strictly an offensive tackle, Mosley has a good burst off the ball and uses his hands well to fend off pass-rushers. He would do well to add some more bulk to his frame, as he can sometimes get overpowered by defensive ends. Mosley struggled a bit at left tackle and will surely line up on the right side early in his NFL career. Look for him to be a second or third-round selection in April's draft.

Last Updated Feb-20-2012 by Ricky Dimon

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Prediction: 4th Round

Anywhere between the 3rd and 5th round, so I decided to split the difference. I think he's actually somewhat underrated and will be a pretty solid starter on the right side at either guard or tackle.

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Pouncey53Fan 03/10/12 01:58 PM