Brandon Washington - Miami (FL) (HT: 6-2⅞ - WT: 320)
Positives -- Has nice size for a guard; strong upper body, 28 reps of 225 lbs. at the combine... Flashes the strength to drive opponents back and push them up field when run blocking; explosive hitter that knocks defenders back... Very efficient down blocker, creates a lot of space along the line...
Physical player, wins in the box and at the point of attack; gets tremendous movement in the run game... Has the size and strength for a guard in a power blocking scheme... A much better run blocker than pass blocker... Hard worker; technique has developed quite a bit since his freshman year... Versatile, has starting experience at both guard and tackle... Durable, started every game in the past two seasons and hasn't missed a game in his collegiate career... Has the potential to start as a guard at the next level after a couple seasons of continued development.
Negatives -- Played left tackle during his junior season but will need to move inside to be successful in the NFL, doesn't have the height or arm length that you would like to see at a tackle position... Didn't show the foot speed to match up against faster edge rushers... Inconsistent passing sets; leaves his body open to pass rushers, will lunge into his blocks and lose his balance... Below average awareness, struggles to stay in front of stunts and delayed blitzes... Late moving feet makes it difficult to sustain blocks... Movement skills in open space is questionable, struggles at the second level... Stops his feet on contact, then tries to get going again... Had some academic issues in high school and college... Came out following his junior season but should have stayed in school; is raw in a lot of areas and still needs more time to develop his technique.
At Miami (FL) -- (Official School Bio) 2011: Started all 12 games of the season for the Hurricanes... Made the shift from left guard to left tackle for his junior campaign... Finished the year with an overall grade of 86 percent... Made only five mental errors over the course of the season, and registered only three penalties against. 2010: One of three offensive linemen to start all 13 games... Second on the team with 56 pancake blocks, and 11 lumberjack blocks... Graded out at 99 percent against Pittsburgh, the highest grade of any starter all season... Graded out at 95 percent against Virginia Tech... Earned ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors after Virginia Tech (loss) and Duke (win) games... Leader of Miami offensive line that earned more weekly honors than any school in the league during the 2010 season. 2009: Played in all 13 games mainly on the place-kicking unit, but made first career start at left guard against USF while playing 53 snaps and grading out at 90 percent with five pancake blocks... Started at left guard against Wisconsin in Champs Sports Bowl... Also played guard against Florida A&M, UCF and Virginia. High School: Signed with Miami out of Northwestern HS in 2008 and spent this past fall at Milford (N.Y.) Academy... Played his first three years at Edison High School... Finished his high school career playing for the state and national champions Northwestern... Ranked by Rivals.com as the second-best prep school player in the class of 2009... Ranked as the No. 4 guard in the nation, the No. 25 player in Florida and the No. 147 player in the nation by Rivals.com out of high school... Rated as the No. 14 guard in the country and the No. 43 player in Florida by Scout.com and No. 11 guard by ESPN out of high school... Selected to the PrepStar All-Southeast Region team... Named All-State by the Florida Sportswriters Association... Ranked No. 12 on the Miami Herald South Florida Top 25... Also played defensive tackle and tallied 42 total tackles (36 unassisted, six assisted), seven sacks, two forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.
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