2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TY SAMBRAILO: Colorado State, 6057 311 5.36. Four-year starter from Watsonville, CA. Mostly dominated in the Mountain West, but will need to tighten up his pass protection drops to have any chance against quicker edge rushers in the NFL. Slightly above average hands, and above average feet give him the intangible tools to build upon. Must gain stronger anchor and hand fighting strength. Plays like a technician. Skills on both run and pass, good size and quick feet give him a great advantage. Lack of elite arm length coupled with quick feet may make him better suited at guard in the NFL. Played in the Senior Bowl with a certain amount of grit, effort, and tenacity. Quick initial step. Consistently beats defenders to the spot. Light on his feet and able to move well in space. Good mirror. Has strong hands and is able to control defenders well once locked in. Nice punch and crafty enough to get inside on defenders. Tough player who missed some time, but fought through injuries. Good knee-bender with solid leverage. Does not waste steps in the run game. Can attack the second level effectively. Good athlete with talent and skills. Lack of core strength causes him to get pushed upfield too often. Minimal explosion at the point of attack. Athleticism allows him to recover well in pass protection. Often in position and able to overpower smaller defenders, but must use his effective positioning to then attack defenders more aggressively. OSR:18/41. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33, H-10, BP-23, 10-1.83).