2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about SPENCER DRANGO: Baylor, 6055 315 5.28. Four-year starter from Cedar Park, TX. Plays in a fast up-tempo spread formation offense where he is not required to hold his blocks. One of the most decorated offensive linemen in Baylor history. Two-year consensus All-America, three-year Big 12 first-team All Conference, two-time Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year splitting the honors in 2014, a National Football Foundation scholar athlete in addition to Academic All-Conference honors in the Big 12. Led the team grading out on coaches film to 90.4%. Made 53 knockdowns on the season. A mirror, finesse wall off type blocker. Lacks first step explosiveness into his target. Struggles with outside edge speed as a tackle. Projects to go inside at guard. An above average athlete. Has a tendency to get his chest out over his toes then becomes grabby. Needs to consistently move his feet better. Can get his shoulders turned in pass pro and open the inside gate to a speed rusher. Will play high and lose his knee bend at times. At the Senior Bowl, Drango flashed a strong punch in pass pro but struggled to stay engaged. Has some lower body stiffness. Limited athletic ability against speed rushers. Will need work out of a three-point stance as he was always in a two-point stance. Needs technique work. OSR:17/ 47. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 3/4, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-1.88).