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    BR: Andre Dillard film analysis: An athletic, natural left tackle

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    The Buffalo Bills have been connected with probably a dozen potential targets for their first-round selection, but one dark-horse candidate is Washington State’s Andre Dillard. The collegiate left tackle either held a private workout or a pre-draft visit with the Bills, so they definitely have interest in him. But as a slightly undersized athlete from a high-octane spread offense, he probably wasn’t the first name to come to mind.

    Dillard looks a little small on tape. At 6’5” and 315 lbs with 33.5” arms, he is on the smaller side for an offensive tackle. Otherwise, the standout trait is definitely his outstanding ease of movement. Dillard quickly moves into position, he has clean and smooth footwork in his backpedal, and he can adjust to defenders at the second level.
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    Re: BR: Andre Dillard film analysis: An athletic, natural left tackle

    I would love for him to be the Bills pick.

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    Re: BR: Andre Dillard film analysis: An athletic, natural left tackle

    Quote Originally Posted by Haile SpikedLemonade View Post
    I would love for him to be the Bills pick.

    My biggest fault with Dillard is that occasionally he can be walked backward by an opponent with low pad level. He has been learning a snatch and trap to deal with those situations and often re-anchors, but it’s a weakness in his game. You don’t want to see the pocket closing into your quarterback (especially when said quarterback has exaggerated reactions to feeling pressure).

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