2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ALEX LEWIS: Nebraska, 6060 312 5.24. Three-year starter including one year at Colorado. From Tempe, AZ. Team captain like his father Bill Lewis, former All-America center. One of only three families in Cornhusker history to have a father-son combination both serve as captains. Started at left tackle for the Cornhuskers the past two years. He started 12 games at left guard in 2013 for the Buffs and also played left tackle and tight end as a freshman. A versatile and athletic lineman who will get a shot on the next level at tackle first. Is a natural knee bender who plays with a good attitude and aggression to engage in contact with base and balance. Plays square to mirror and shadow a pass rusher. Quick reactions to recover versus a two move defender. Works to keep his hands inside the defender’s frame to control movement. Physical and strong on down blocks in the run game. A competitor who can gain position on the second level and stay engaged on his block. The long-armed left tackle is a 4-for-1 guy that has a chance to play either guard or tackle position. Impressive week at the East-West Shrine practices where he stood out as a knee bender who finished his blocks. Physical on down blocks and fold blocks around the guard. Head on a swivel with good awareness. Several good one-on-one battles with Stony Brook’s pass rusher, Victor Ochi, in the game. OSR:21/47. Third/fourth round. (A-34, H-10, BP-27, 10-1.82).