Stephen Schilling scouting report

Stephen Schilling OG Michigan
Ht: 6’4″

Wt: 308

A four-year starter. Plays with a mean streak; a nasty run blocker who is capable of driving his man into the ground. Elite athletic ability for in interior lineman; forced to block on a the move a lot in Michigan’s offensive scheme. Has a reputation as a hard worker and a team leader.
Does everything well but nothing great. Doesn’t have overpowering size and strength. Strength seems to be mostly in his upper body; struggles against more physical bull rushers at times. May not have the skills to be great pass protector at the next level. Hasn’t played in an NFL blocking scheme.
Schilling has the potential to be an adequate starter at the next level. He doesn’t really stand out in any one area, but he is a steady player with plenty of experience against top competition. He should be able to contribute immediately and could be a great value pick in the middle rounds of the draft.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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