A couple of guards left out.
These undrafted guards could be good.
OG | (6'3http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/im...008/04/223.jpg", 310, 5.25) | TENNESSEE
Strengths: Possesses good height and adequate bulk at OG position. Does a fine job with hand placement and will generally sustain once locked on. Shows good initial quickness and is a natural knee bender. Can shuffle laterally and mirror double move so long as he's not in too much space. Shows adequate awareness in pass pro. Has longer arms and does a good job of using them to steer pass rushers. Displays adequate initial pop with hand punch and has a strong upper body.
Weaknesses: A bit top heavy. Quick in the short area but gets in more trouble the more space he's in. Takes some poor angles as a run blocker and will struggle to recover. Gets caught lunging too much on the second level and has trouble hitting the moving target. Durability is obviously a sizeable concern following season-ending injury in 2007.
Overall: Young arrived at Tennessee in 2003 and redshirted the season. He played in 12 games in his first two seasons (2004-05), including consecutive starts at left tackle in 2005. As a junior in 2006, he started all 13 games at right tackle. Young moved to left tackle and started the Volunteers' first eight games in 2007, but against South Carolina he suffered a left quadriceps tear that required surgery and ended his season. He also had a high ankle sprain in September but missed no playing time. Young is a risk-reward type of prospect. He is coming off of a season-ending quadriceps tear and obviously needs to check out medically. Young does not possess the elite agility to survive in the NFL at tackle, where he spent most of his collegiate career. He's not a massive mauler in the run game, either. With that said; Young possesses the short-area quickness and upper body strength to develop into a solid all-around starting guard in the NFL, assuming he fully recovers. Young is a good value if available in the fourth round.
OG | (6'4http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/im...008/04/224.jpg", 301, 5.37) | USC
Strengths: Possesses good height and relatively long arms for a guard. Displays adequate initial quickness and fires out of his stance with good leverage as a run blocker. Has quick hands and does a good job with hand placement. More of a fist-fighting type than a mauler. Works hard to sustain his blocks. Is a natural knee bender. Aggressive in pass pro. Generally initiates contact, maintains balance and does a good job of mirroring and sliding in the short-area. Displays good awareness. Keeps his head on a swivel, finds twists, stunts and blitzes and plays with good discipline. Seems to have a good understanding of his assignments and the overall scheme.
Weaknesses: Limited athletically. Displays good short-area quickness but the more space he's in the less effective he becomes. He stays balanced but simply can't recover versus quick double moves at times. Not cut out to protect the QB on the perimeter. Lacks ideal lower-body strength and plays with too narrow of a base. Does not drive defenders off the line of scrimmage as a run blocker. He's feisty and tough, but he's not a mauling type of guard. Rarely overpowers defenders at the point of attack as a run blocker. Will struggle to anchor versus powerful bull rush. Suffered a hip strain that required surgery in 2005, which cost him the majority of that season.
Overall: Radovich arrived at USC in 2003 and was redshirted. In his first three seasons (2004-06), he played in 25 games, mostly as a reserve at guard and tackle. He moved to guard full time in 2005, playing in the Trojans' first three games. He started all 13 games at left guard in 2006 and played in all 13 games in 2007, starting the final 12 at right tackle. He missed one game because of a hip sprain in 2004 and received a medical redshirt for 2005 after suffering a hip strain that required surgery. Radovich is a feisty, fist-fighting type of guard with adequate short-area quickness but limited range in pass pro and as a run blocker. He spent most of his senior season at right tackle for USC's injury-riddled offensive line. However, there's no question he needs to be protected inside at guard in order to make it in the NFL. He has the frame, toughness and experience to emerge as either a decent starter or quality backup in the NFL. Regardless, Radovich projects as a mid-round pick in the 2008 draft.
OG | (6'2", 312, 5.4) | UCLA
Strengths: Plays with a mean streak, is physical and can put defenders on their backs. Moves well laterally and can reach defenders lined up on outside shoulder. Takes sound angles to blocks, shows adequate footwork in space and can get into position at the second level. Gets adequate knee bend in pass set, can stalemate blitzing linebackers and can hold ground against bull rushers. Gets set quickly, gets good hand placement and extends arms once in position. Has experience lining up on the left and right side and is somewhat versatile.
Weaknesses: Lacks ideal range, is going to have problems turning the corner if asked to pull and isn't a great lead blocker on screens. Doesn't have prototypical athletic ability and struggles to adjust to moving targets in space. . Though flashes the ability to counter spin and double moves, base narrows at times, occasionally ducks head and can lose balance. Over commits at times and is late reacting to delayed blitzes as well as line stunts. Occasionally gives up on plays run to the opposite side and gets caught looking for the ball rather than a defender to block. Appears to wear down and may need to shed some weight. While durability isn't a significant concern at this point, he missed two games with a knee injury in 2007.
Overall: Tevaga contributed immediately and eventually cracked the starting lineup as a true freshman (2004). In his first three seasons at UCLA (2004-06), he appeared in 37 games (31 starts) at right guard. He made 10 starts in 11 games in 2007, missing two games and coming off the bench in another because of a knee injury. Tevaga is a physical drive blocker who can hold his own against bull rushers but he's more effective opening up holes in the running game than he is pass blocking. In addition, his lack of athletic ability limits his upside so he projects as a seventh round pick or rookie free agent.