2015 Guide: What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about NICK BOYLE: Delaware, 6044 268 5.04. Three-year starter from Wantage, NJ. A one-speed player who flashes some quickness for a big man. A blue-collar blocker who works his feet on position blocks. Can find and sit down in the open areas of a zone defense. A dependable third down option. Runs consistent routes and does a good job of getting open. Moves well for a big tight end. Shows consistency in his inline blocking. He has been used in the slot, as a wide receiver, as well as on the line “Y”. Very good at leaking through the line and walling off linebackers and safeties. Long arms and big hands for the position. Lacks ideal speed and will have concentration drops at times. Must improve his base and drive as an inline blocker. Was impressive during the Senior Bowl practice week. Hurdled over a tackler during the game. Has the size and the speed to play on the line of scrimmage in the NFL. Uses a quick arm over move to escape off the line of scrimmage. An above average athlete who has good run after catch ability. Grades out as a solid backup with ascending skills. A hand catcher who will reach and extend for the ball. Can block on the move when motioning. Can set the edge of the defense by sealing or hooking the defensive end. His role for the Blue Hens was blocking and taking up space. Can move an outside linebacker out of the hole. 2014 stats: 37-304, 8.2 ypr, 4 TD. OSR:7/13. Fifth/sixth round. (A-10 3/8, H-33 3/8, BP-20, VJ-30.5).