Position: Defensive lineman
School: Arizona State.
Height, weight: 6-4 1/8, 305 pounds.
Measureables: 4.91 seconds in 40-yard dash. 1.73 10-yard dash. 2.83 20-yard dash. 4.58 20-yard shuttle. 7.60 three-cone drill. 32-inch vertical jump. 8-9 broad jump. Bench pressed 225 pounds 24 times.
Highlights: Guy started 31-of-35 games at defensive tackle for the Sun Devils and recorded 122 tackles (51 solo) with eight sacks for minus-49 yards, 23 stops for losses totaling 75 yards and three quarterback pressures. All-Pacific 10 Conference honorable mention this season. Quaterfinalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy (top collegiate defender). Member of the Outland Trophy Watch List (top collegiate lineman). Started all 12 games and ranked eighth on the team with 41 tackles (14 solo), including 1½ sacks for minus-six yards. Finished his career with 122 tackles (51 solo) with eight sacks and 23 tackles for a loss. Through the first four games of the 2008 season, Arizona State allowed 140.75 yards per game on the ground and placed sixth in the conference and 70th in the nation. As a true freshman, Guy took over as a starter for the final eight contests of the year and the Sun Devils gave up an average of just 119.38 yards rushing.
Strengths: Has ideal size and large hands. Good movement skills runs well for a 300-pounder. Very active chases plays and has good range. Flash disruptive ability barges into gaps and pushes upfield to generate pressure. Versatile to play multiple spots. Experienced, three-year starter.
Weaknesses: Average athletic ability, eyes and instincts. Late to locate and find the ball. Gets knocked around and does not play with power or violence. Does not feel pressure and can do a better job protecting his legs. Lets his pads rise and exposes too much of his frame. Limited pass rusher. Has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and dyslexia and could take extra time wrapping his head around a complex NFL playbook. Did not interview well at the combine.
Noteworthy: Education and sociology major. His brother, Dell Guy, ran track at Texas Christian University (2007-10). Visited three Tempe high schools in summer 2010, serving as a featured speaker in the Summer Bridge program, which assists at-risk students. He was a freshman All-American selection by the Football Writers Association of America, along with being a All-Pac 10 honorable mention selection.
Weston Hodkiewicz, firstname.lastname@example.org. Strengths and weaknesses according to Pro Football Weekly