Utah guard Caleb Schlauderaff lines up against Pittsburgh on Sept. 2, 2010, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tom Smart/University of Utah Sports Information
“He’s a very aware football player. You clearly see on his tape is that he has a full understanding of his offense and launch points of his quarterback. As his running back’s rush lanes are, he has a very good grasp of what they’re asking him to do and what the offensive scheme is asking him to do and that’s impressive for a young player.”
-James Campen, Packers offensive line coach
Height, weight: 6-4 1/8-inch, 305 pounds.
Measureables: 5.21 seconds in the 40-yard dash. … 32 1/4-inch arm length. … 9 3/4-inch hands.
Highlights: Made four All-American teams, including two second-team citations (Walter Camp, SI.com), and third-team AP. … Two-year all-Mountain West Conference selection made the first team as a senior and the second team as a junior. … Four-year starter in 52 career games- starting the last 49. …
Strengths: Gets in the way and can seal lanes. Functional positional blocker. Flashes some pop in his hands. Fairly dependable, experienced, four-year starter. Coachable, team player. Works hard and plays hard.
Weaknesses: Average arm length. Plays too small. Does not create a push in the run game. Struggles to reach the block point and adjust on the second level. Soft anchor in pass protection – gives up ground and struggles to adjust in movement. Inconsistent hand use. Faced marginal competition in Mountain West Conference.
Noteworthy: Schlauderaff didn’t do any testing at the combine. … Pro Football Weekly projected him as a priority free agent. … four-time academic all-MWC. … member of Utah’s Student Athlete Mentors (SAMS). … His hometown is Shelton, Wash.
— Weston Hodkiewicz, firstname.lastname@example.org. Strengths and weaknesses according to Pro Football Weekly