2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MIKE MCGLINCHEY: Notre Dame, 6077 309 5.15. Three-year starter from Philadelphia, PA. Started at right tackle for one year while eventual first round pick Ronnie Stanley manned the left side. After his departure, McGlinchey shifted over seamlessly and put in two years as the blind side protector. The two-time team captain ended his career with a consensus All-America honor. He is a big, wide, and physical presence who brings a refreshing, yet old school blue collar approach to the game. A bruiser who tries to stand out via advanced technique and physical play. Gets out of his stance quickly and ready to pounce. Hands are inside and ready to attack, as he is almost always the aggressor. Comfortable as an athlete. Reaches his point with an effective kick slide, makes sure his steps are short and choppy, and maintains his knee bend on contact. His mechanics are well practiced and consistent. As a run blocker, he is always trying to drive his man through the lane. Keeps his legs moving on contact and will keep his hips in the hole. Hustle, grit, and desire to win are always there. Doesn’t show overwhelming core strength nor does he look very comfortable adjusting to speed and quickness after initial contact. Reactions are delayed and his feet appear heavy at times. His lack of athleticism has been exposed when faced with some of his stiffer competition. There isn’t a natural sense of ability here, as everything looks manufactured and rehearsed which becomes a problem he must adjust on the fly. Has starter potential early on, but the ceiling is limited. At the very least, you know you are getting a kid who is passionate about the game and will come to work every day. Did not run at Combine, his choice. First round. (A-34, H-10, BP-24, 10-DNP).