2011 Guide: What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about STEFEN WISNIEWSKI: Penn State, 6030 313 5.31. Three-year starter who may be the best center or guard in the 2011 draft. Has starting experience at both center and guard. Big hands and good arm length for the position. Played right guard in 2010. His versatility at the three inside positions will make him attractive to a variety of teams. Consistent in his overall play. Experience at both the shotgun and conventional snap. Explosive. A knee bender who can roll his hips, shock, control, and drive a defender with leverage and strength. Stays balanced when blocking on the move. In pass pro he controls his opponent with hand quickness, stab, punch, and placement on the breast plate. Mentally tough in both the run game and pass protection. Maintains and sustains pass protection and run block with good base and position. Gains an advantage with his quickness on the snap. Plays with attitude and aggression. Can quick position a defender and run his feet on contact. Good lateral agility. Has the strength to anchor versus power. Father Leo and uncle Steve starred at Penn State and played in the NFL. OSR:25/49. Second/third round. (A-33, H-10 3/8, BP-30, 10-1.82).