2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ARIE KOUANDJIO: Alabama, 6046 310 5.50. Fifth year senior from Hyattsville, MD. Started at left guard for the Tide the past two years, playing next to younger brother Cyrus (44th overall by Buffalo Bills in ’13). Has the length and athleticism to potentially play tackle at next level in addition to guard. Has experience and skill set to play effectively in both man and zone blocking schemes making him highly versatile. Good overall upside but needs to improve consistency of both pad level and get-off. Good size, strength and length. Has good athleticism on a powerful frame. Gives a strong punch and gets good hand placement. Keeps his feet moving on drive blocks, can be a hammer in a power run game. Moves his feet well laterally; can pull, trap, chip and scrape. Can efficiently get to second level. Blocks well out in space and on the move. Solid in pass pro, drops his back end, anchors, mirrors, and uses long arms. Strength to manage bull rushers and feet to manage quicker penetrators. Keeps head on a swivel and does a good job picking up zone and delayed blitzes. Doesn’t appear to have any character concerns off the field and is an asset in the locker room. Known as a hard worker and respected leader. Huge hands and long arms. Lengthy history of knee injuries. Inconsistent get-off and has a history of pre-snap movement. Has a tendency to lunge, a result of inconsistent pad level drive blocking. Doesn’t always lock on after punch. Would be more effective if he lost some bad weight. No lifting at Combine, his choice. Third/fourth round. (A-34 1/8, H-10 7/8, BP-DNP, 10-1.92).