2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about WILL HOLDEN: Vanderbilt, 6073 313 5.49. Three-year starter from Green Cove Springs, FL. Concluded his Commodore career with 37 consecutive starts. Second-team All- SEC pick. Plays with good body control and balance. Good football intelligence to pick up and adjust to stunts and blitzes. Quick to read and react to what he sees. A technique and mechanic consistent tackle who projects over to the right side from left tackle. Brings his hands in unison with his feet when he comes off the ball. Sustains his blocking target with his hands inside and his active feet. Patient in pass protection letting the defender come to him. Must consciously work to bend his knees. He starts playing high as the game progresses. A better athlete than he shows on film at times. Needs more core strength. Foot speed to the edge is questionable. Will often have to bail on his kick-slide and start chasing. He can be beat by a pass rusher that attacks his inside shoulder. Has experience at both tackle spots and could likely offer something as a guard in the NFL. While his strength is questionable at times, Holden showed the ability to anchor and stay on his man more often than not. He can handle any version of a defensive lineman. Plays with reliable technique that will add the needed strength to his large frame in time. Holden will be a contributor sooner rather than later. OSR:14/41. Third/fourth round. (A-33 1/8, H-10 1/4, BP-23, 10-1.83).