2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANDREW DONNAL: Iowa, 6057 313 5.31. Fifth year senior and two-year starter from Monclova, OH. Donnal has experience at guard and tackle. He has average length for the outside, but his style of play is best suited for the right tackle spot. At initial glance, he doesn’t have the leg drive or heavy hands that you want out of an offensive tackle, however his consistent technique and effort get the job done. He is a guy that won’t move defenders, but at the very least sticks to them and will keep his body between the defender and ball carriers. He has already added weight to his frame since season’s end while maintaining his ability to move well. Backup caliber prospect with the potential to be a versatile depth chart guy. Technician with a consistent motor and good conditioning. Works hard to keep his hands inside, knees bent, and feet chopping. Does a lot of the little things well. Carries his weight with ease. Can fire out of his stance and play light on his feet. Good body control and balance. Can recover if he is initially beat. Comfortable in space, can hang with power and speed on the edge. Will work hard to finish his blocks. Lacks the strength and power to move defenders. Has a hard time anchoring his position against inside defenders when run blocking. Will get high at times when moving to his inside gap responsibility. Reactions to the blitz are often late. Tore his MCL and PCL in 2012, missing five games. OSR:27/ 41. Sixth/seventh round. (A-33 1/2, H-10, BP-17, 10-1.86).