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You can read Eric Stoner's full scouting report on Eric Fisher here.
Central Michigan's Eric Fisher is another starter-ready left tackle in this year's draft class with the tools and talent to be a top-five selection.
For an offensive tackle, Fisher is very fast and athletic. He's also versatile, having played left and right tackle, as well as guard, during his college career. He's also very football smart and is a hard worker, never giving less than his full effort.
His blocking is also quite good for someone of his frame, according to Stoner:
The most impressive part of Fisher’s game is the flexibility he exhibits in his back and hips. Despite being a tall, long-limbed offensive tackle, Fisher’s ability to bend his knees, get low, and roll his hips through contact allow him to play with great leverage. He gets underneath smaller defensive players and roots them out easily.
Aside from needing to add a bit of bulk in order to help his strength, Fisher does not have a lot of weaknesses. Like Joeckel, he can make an instant impact.
Drafted: Round 1, Pick 1, Kansas City Chiefs