2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOE DAHL: Washington State, 6041 304 5.18. Three-year starter from Spokane, WA. Transferred from the University of Montana. Good base and push in the run game. Demonstrates good knee bend and anchor versus a bull rush. Started at left tackle for the Cougars, but projects inside at guard. Played in a quick tempo spread “air-raid” offensive scheme. Uses his hands and feet well to cut off inside penetration. A zone blocker who can lock on and run his feet. Has adequate arm length. Mentally tough, competitive, physical and strong in his play. Works to finish his blocks. Improved every day at the Senior Bowl practices as he was transitioning from a spread offensive blocker to an NFL interior lineman. Got his hands too wide in pass protection early in the week, but by week’s end he consistently had them inside the frame of the defender. Good body control. Plays the game with his feet and head. Football smart with good field awareness. Violent six-inch punch to stun the defender and works to create a seam for the backs. Played in a 2-point stance in college. First-team All-Pac 12 honors and a second-team USA Today All-America team. OSR:15/47. Third/ fourth round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/8, BP-28, 10-1.81).