2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHRIS LINDSTROM: Boston College, 6036 308 4.96. Four year starter from Dudley, MA. Son of former NFL lineman of the same name. Ended his career as a first-team All-ACC lineman. A very solid run blocker who can make an impact in traffic and in space, Has the playing style and athletic ability to make an impact early in his career. Needs to prove he can handle the power of interior defensive linemen, but the nasty streak that always appears to be on combined with his more-than-solid technique translate well. The former tackle will be most sought after by teams that employ zone blocking concepts. Good frame with exceptional foot speed and quickness. A lower body that bends and changes direction with ease. Very fluid, yet aggressive and nasty. Can alter his style based on game situations and matchups. A fighter that you want in your corner. Takes pride in protecting his teammates and will punch defenders in the mouth without hesitation. Always has a nasty streak. Can mirror pass rushers with good positioning to alter his weight as well as anchor himself into the ground. Always downfield looking for contact with bad intentions. Inconsistent hand speed. Too often the second one to make contact and struggles to recover if beat off the ball. Too reliant on positioning to beat his man. Can get stood up and driven back by a quality bull rusher. OSR:2/39. Second/third round. (A-34 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-25, 10-1.69).