Chris Faulk: Video Highlights for Former LSU OT

Chris Trapasso@ChrisTrapassoAnalyst IApril 26, 2013

Chris Faulk: Video Highlights for Former LSU OT

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    Chris Faulk is a menacing offensive tackle prospect at 6'5'' and 334 pounds. 

    He manned the left tackle spot for LSU in 2010 and 2011, but missed all but one game in 2012 due to a knee injury. 

    While his medical history will scare some teams, he has NFL-caliber talent. 

    Here are some of the top plays from his collegiate career with the Tigers. 

Sustained Block vs. North Texas in 2012

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    On this play, Faulk was somewhat stunned by the North Texas edge-rusher who got his arm high into the neck area of the LSU offensive tackle. 

    But Faulk held his own and gave his quarterback enough time to deliver the football down the field. 

    Not a dominant play but an effective one. 

Drive Block vs. Oregon in 2011

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    On this Spencer Ware run against Oregon in 2011, Faulk's pure power and leverage capabilities were on full display. 

    At the snap, Faulk drove the Oregon defender back a few yards and did so with significant leverage and leg drive. 

Double Block vs. Kentucky in 2011

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    Faulk didn't dominate on this play, but he demonstrated good awareness in blocking two Kentucky defenders. 

    He started on the defensive end, and after pushing him back to the inside, Faulk worked on the nose tackle who was coming off of a block from the LSU center.

Screen Block vs. Tennessee in 2011

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    On this play, Faulk exhibited his lateral agility as he got outside the traditional tackle box on a screen pass to his left. 

    He passed the defensive end and got to the cornerback at the perfect time to allow Ware to cut him off en route to the end zone. 

Drive Block vs. Florida in 2011

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    Faulk definitely stands defenders up and drives them backwards as a run-blocker. 

    On this play, his initial surge pushed the Florida defensive end two yards off the line of scrimmage, and Faulk was able to sustain his block for the duration of the run.