DEPTH CHARTS FEATURE - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before LAREMY TUNSIL made the Miami Dolphins' depth chart: Mississippi, 6050 310 5.00. Junior entry from Lake City, FL. Started 26 games in his career. Would be at the top of the food chain in most draft classes with his foot quickness, change of direction, body control, set quickness, lower body flexibility, lateral range, arm length, and athletic ability. Has decent length for the position with long arms. An easy and natural knee bender with a light lower half. Leaks through the line and squares up second level pursuit. Can overpower safeties and linebackers. Maintains his power and body control on the move. Flashes some violence in his game and works his hands inside a defender’s frame in pass protection. In the 29 games he played, he only allowed two sacks. Inconsistent to finish blocks. Question awareness at times missing blitz pickup and letting defenders cross his face. Played in only 5 games in 2015. He served an NCAA seven game suspension due to impermissible benefits and not being “completely forthcoming” when initially questioned by the NCAA. Was arrested in June 2015 following a domestic dispute with his stepfather. Has an injury history which includes missing spring practice in 2015 recovering from ankle surgery. Missed two games in 2014 due to a partially torn bicep. Missed the Music City Bowl game due to a knee injury. According to his roommate, Robert Nkemdiche, Tunsil was in his hotel room when he fell out of a 4th story window and was charged with marijuana possession. Along with his off field and injury problems, the athletic left tackle has underdeveloped strength and power. Struggles to anchor a power or bull rush due to the lack of core strength. Can be easily moved by stronger pass rushers. Loses leverage battles when he loses his knee bend. Has breakdowns in his pass protection technique. His emotional maturity and stability is being carefully vetted by NFL ball clubs. By his choice he did nothing at the Combine but the on-the-field workout. High risk talent. First round. (A-34 1/4, H-10, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).