At 6'5.5" and 271 pounds, Hyatt is one of the most technically sound offensive line prospects in recent memory. He bends fine at the knees, and he does a good job of smoothly getting out of his stance.
As a run-blocker, he quickly gets his mitts on his target and runs his feet at the point of attack. Hyatt has good toughness, and he plays with solid leverage. He is a good athlete for his size and position, which helps him get to linebackers on the second level and hit moving targets.
The Clemson pledge should not have any issues being used on counters and other various types of run blocks.
As a pass-protector, Hyatt's body quickness and agility help him excel. He can rock back quickly to set up deep. Plus, he has quick hands to short-set on the edge. Hyatt punches and extends with good hand placement and technique, and he slides well when engaged.
The Peach State native has the ability to patiently dance with rushers in space, and his long arms help him wash opponents around the pocket on a frequent basis.