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    Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn


    Lee Ziemba, Auburn
    Height: 6-8. Weight: 310.
    Projected 40 Time: 5.15.
    Projected Round (2011):


    Preseason Comments:

    7/24/2010- Lee is the starting left tackle for the Tigers but may need to move to right tackle in the NFL due to borderline athleticism. Hes been the starter since 07, 38 consecutive starts. Hes a massive guy who plays with good leverage. He kick slides well and is better as a run blocker than a pass blocker at this point. Ziemba is nimble but he isn't very quick and may struggle against top pass rushers. His best asset is his ability to engulf rushers with his massive frame. Teams will need to see him do a better job creating a wall on passing downs and shutting down the quicker DE's for him to garner consideration as a LT. He will be going up against Clemson's Bowers on Sept 18th and that should show us whether he has the feet or not.

    Comments:

    9/18/2010- vs. Clemson

    1st Qtr:

    - Bowers is playing on the opposite side
    - Solid pass blocking so far. Injury didn't seem to affect him.Hasnt been tested wide yet.

    2nd Qtr:
    13:28- Gets some push in the run game. Hasnt been tested much yet.
    6:54- Bottles up Jenkins.
    0:31- Average job kick sliding.
    0:11- Fights it out but does give up a bit of ground.

    3rd Qtr:

    9:04- Pushed back on this play. His leverage wasn't right.
    8:24- Decent run block on this run for a TD.
    5:09- Nice job keeping his hands on him man and manhandling him.

    4th Qtr:

    12:18- Nice job firing out but gets pushed back. Needs to keep his head lower.
    8:04- Decent job getting to the 2nd level.

    OT

    - Good strength against Jenkins. Holds him up and doesn't give up ground.

    Ziemba wasn't tested in this game as much. But, he held his ground for the most part. He didn't show a great deal of quickness and may need to play on the right side. He also needs to use better leverage.

    11/28/2010- vs. Miss

    1st Qtr:

    13:00- Nice push blowing his man to the right to make a hole
    4:21- Decent feet but not overly quick. May be better suited at RT
    4:00- Won't have trouble at the 2nd level
    2:22- Nice job creating a wall. Didn't setup quite deep enough but created a nice wall
    0:58- Kept the defender in front of him, uses good leverage

    2nd Qtr:
    8:06- Nice kick slide

    Lee Zeimba showed more of the same in this half. He is not overly quick but is athletic for his size. He may need to move to RT and should probably add upper body strength to make the move. He's able to kick slide and uses solid leverage.

    Links:

    http://auburntigers.cstv.com/sports/...mba_lee00.html
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1264629
    http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2...osh_bynes.html
    Last edited by X-Era; 11-28-2010 at 11:21 AM.


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