Laremy Tunsil
Round 1
Dominant Starter

Laremy Tunsil

Offensive Tackle
Ole Miss
  • Year: Junior
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 310
  • 40-Yard: 4.90
  • Arm: 34 ¼
  • Hand: 10
  • Bench: N/A
  • Vertical: N/A
  • Broad: N/A
  • 3-Cone: N/A
  • 20-Yard Shuttle: N/A
  • 60-Yard Shuttle: N/A

Strong Points

Has good natural size and long arms with the frame to easily carry 315+ and not lose any mobility. Has exceptional overall athletic ability with very quick feet. Shows very good lateral agility, stays in balance and can recover. Never off his feet. He is a natural bender who is always in good football position. Has very good overall strength and explosion. Is able to get movement with his run blocks and is excellent at playing in space and getting to the second level. Excellent ability to adjust on the move. Has a quick set in pass protetion and is very good at shutting off outside speed. Has quick hands and does a good job keeping his hands inside. Plays a physical, competitive game.

Weak Points

Needs to add a little more bulk and strength, especially in the lower body. While he is good versus bull rushers at the college level, added lower strength and bulk will be needed versus NFL bull rushers. Clubs will looks closely as to the reasons for his NCAA suspension.

The Way We See It

A third-year junior and a three-year starter. Few can match his athleticism. He has the feet, quickness and agility to be a star at left tackle in the NFL. After he came back from his suspension, he had to battle Texas A&M’s well-known sack artist, Myles Garrett. Tunsil for the most part won the battle. Any plays Garrett made were when Tunsil wasn’t blocking him. Tunsil has unlimited upside and may be the first offensive lineman drafted. While he is not as physical as Ohio State’s Taylor Decker, he is a much better athlete. Tunsil is just 21 years old and hasn’t yet gotten to where he eventually will be physically. You don’t see offensive linemen with his natural skillset in every draft.