Stephen Schilling scouting report

Stephen Schilling OG Michigan
Ht: 6’4″

Wt: 308

Strengths:
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.
Weaknesses:
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.
Comments:
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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