"Pass blocking: Adept at the shotgun snap. Good quickness and accuracy in firing the snap back and catching the defensive tackle. Stout at the point of attack. Quick, accurate hand placement and impressive strength to handle the bull rush. Big and strong enough to handle the nose guard one on one. Good lateral agility and balance to handle quicker defensive tackles. Keeps his head on a swivel and looks to help his teammates.
Run blocking: Rare combination of size, leverage and power as a drive blocker. Stays low and gets under the pads of his opponent to move him off the line of scrimmage. Very good combination blocker; capable of helping out the guard initially on the double-team and releasing to get to the second level. Good quickness, balance for the trap block. Plays with some nastiness. Looks to pancake his opponent when he feels he's off-balance. Good effort to sustain. Finishes the block.
Pulling/trapping: Not often asked to pull from the center position in this offense, but was asked to do this some as a freshman at right guard. Quick out of his stance and has the straight-line speed and balance to get out in front of the back. Good recognition to find his target and has the body control to adjust to the smaller opponent. Can be a punishing trap blocker. Good quickness and explodes into his opponent to knock him out of the play.
Initial Quickness: One of his best traits. Capable of making the accurate snap and still get his hands up quickly to catch the defensive tackle without losing much ground. Explosiveness as a trap blocker is impressive.
Downfield: Good, not grea,t speed to get to the second level. Good balance and agility to hit the moving target. Hustles downfield and looks for someone to hit.
Intangibles: Intelligent. Made all the line calls for Gators. Showed his toughness by starting in the 2009-10 Sugar Bowl only hours after receiving four bags of IV fluids and being treated for kidney stones. Underwent a CT scan that showed no obstruction in his kidneys and was cleared to play. Identical twin, Mike, plays right guard for the Gators and elected to return for his senior season," (http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1273188?tag=pageRow;pageContainer).
What more can I say? He can play any position on the line, an added value and, oh yeah, he is the best rated center in this draft. I don't think he will last until the raiders pick but again, I will keep my fingers crossed. Another alternate equally as good, perhaps even better, is USC LT Charles Brown. Or if Bruce Campbell (the knock on Cambell despite his freakish build and impressive combine results, is his game tape leaves huge question marks which doesn't substantiate himself the same as on paper equals risky pick to take at No. 8, could be bust potential, although he has huge upside) slides this far grab him, I highly doubt it though. Other possibilities USC DE Eversen Griffen, Or Michagan Wolverine DE Brandon Graham. Any of these picks would be an instant pass rush upgrade, then we could move Seymour inside, pairing Shaugenessy with Griffen or Graham.