At 6'6, 305lbs, Sherrod has the size to play left tackle. He has great feet, gets off the line well and maintains knee bend and balance throughout a play. He's shown the ability to handle speed rushers and is good at sealing off running lanes.
Sherrod also can be pulled out and moves well in the open field, gets to the second level and consistenly finishes blocks.
He lacks strength and tends to lunge at his man at times. He also needs to improve his hand placement as he's been blown out of plays at times because of it. Needs to add lower body strength to drive defenders in the run game.
Sherrod is a bit underrated because of his lack of strength, but this is a guy who can anchor the left side of a line for the next ten years. Scouts recognize his ability and his potential. He has elite athleticism for a guy as big as he is, he also had the longest arms of anyone (35 1/2 inches) at the senior bowl, two things that will go far in his case.
Sherrod may lack overall strength, but that can be fixed. A lack of athleticism, agility and speed can't in most cases. Expect Sherrod to go higher than most mock drafts indicate. If the Cowboys took him at nine, people will say that they reached and five years later they'll say it was one of the best moves in the draft.
Here is some tape of a light practice during the senior bowl