2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ISAAC ASIATA: Utah, 6031 325 5.40. Three-year starter, predominantly at left guard. From Spanish Fork, UT. Sixth year senior who put his career on hold for a church mission trip in 2012. Finished his career with a second-team All-Pac 12 nomination. Cousin to former Minnesota running back Matt Asiata. A thick and powerful angle blocker. Blocks the best when he’s an angle advantage. Good awareness to pick up any leakage or help his offensive tackle. Plays in both a two and three point stance. Combos up well to the second level. Has a tendency to get high when he pulls. Flashes an explosive punch that can knock a defender to the ground. Will drop his head and lose eye contact with his target, but recovers to block his target. Doesn’t get knocked back. Will get to the second level and redirect linebackers with a simple shove. Effective when pulling, locates and can adjust his weight on the move. Carries his natural power all over the field. Struggles to sustain and stick to his man. Overconfident in his hands and won’t use his feet. Has a hard time mirroring defenders in pass protection. Doesn’t always use his lower body flexibility. When looking at the more physically imposing linemen in this draft, Asiata’s name is near the top of the list. He can move guys like few can and his experience at right tackle as well as both guard spots will only increase his grade. His struggles are athletically based but he has shown enough to convince teams he can at least be a credible, versatile backup. OSR:22/ 41. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 3/4, H-10, BP-35, 10-1.91).