2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHASE ROULLIER: Wyoming, 6033 321 5.54. Three-year starter in a pro style offense. Two years at left guard and played center as a senior. From Savage, MN. The team captain earned first-team All-Mountain West honors in 2016. Was a point of attack blocker for junior running back Brian Hill. There are better athletes at the position, but not better football players. Thick body with a lot of lower body strength. Effective off the snap and post-engagement. Sticks to his man, sustains blocks. Will anchor against the bull rusher, has enough lower body fluidity to mirror the quicker defenders. Quick hands that he can get, and keep, inside. Hustler downfield, will always look to pick someone off. Will lose some body control at the second level. Lack of athleticism is exposed when going after linebackers. Needs time to develop more strength and short area power. Will get top heavy and bend at the waist. Gets the job done inside against any kind of defender. He is very effective in a phone booth. With his combination of lower body strength and quick hands, he has the potential to start at center down the road. Shrine Game notes: Strong week of practice followed up with a consistent game performance playing both guard and center. Quick first step into target using good head placement on target. Uses his strong hands inside the frame to control down linemen. Gets push on the down defender. A zone blocker with good awareness. Head on a swivel in pass protection. Plays with good leverage and knee bend. OSR:36/41. Fifth/sixth round. (A-33, H-9 1/2, BP-19, 10-1.93).