2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DANNY ISIDORA: Miami, 6034 311 5.04. Three-year starter from Weston, FL. Concluded his career with 39 straight starts, mostly at right guard. An athletic position and wall off blocker. A knee bender who can play with leverage. Works to get his hands inside the frame. Plays with a quick step and appears to enjoy playing the game. Helps his offensive tackles as needed. Football smart and has situational awareness. Long arms and a thick lower body. Plays with power and strength. Will overextend at times and go to the ground. Has the ability to stay balanced, change direction, and redirect when pulling. Best thing he does is pass protect because of his natural body control. Plays with base balance and knee bend. Has light feet, but he needs to finish and sustain his blocks more consistently. Excels as a run blocker. Needs to show he can adjust his weight distribution. Lacks some of the ideal physical traits and abilities, but he’s a guy who constantly got the job done. He didn’t always make it look pretty, but is a fighter with NFL caliber power. Limited upside but has some starter potential down the road. Senior Bowl notes: Derives power and push from his lower body. Can win most positioning battles but struggles with interior power rushers. Struggles with double moves and stunts. Works to play low with knee bend and proper hand placement. OSR:18/41. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33, H-9 7/8, BP-26, 10-1.75).