2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about VICTOR SALAKO: Oklahoma State, 6054 327 5.45. Four-year starter at left tackle from Huntsville, AL. Projects to the right side. Played two years for the Cowboys and two years at Alabama-Birmingham before the school dropped football. Plays in a spread offense. Long arms and big hands to control edge pass rushers. Good use of hands to steer a defender. Aggressive and plays with attitude. A big man who can move his feet. Gets push on the down defender in the run game. Mirrors a two-move edge player with patience and technique. Can even handle small quick guys. He stays engaged. Down blocks on the second level and seals the play side linebacker. Takes good angles. Can engulf and suffocate his target at times. A bit of a mauler. Athletic enough to pick up a twist stunt. Competitive. Good redirect quickness. A future backup. Shrine Game notes: Big long-armed tackle who made daily improvement and worked to finish his blocks. Not always pretty, but gets the job done. Works to keep his hands inside the target on pass pro. Powerful on down blocks and double teams. Walls off defensive ends in pass protection. Hops at times instead of keeping his feet flat in pass pro. Can mirror a speed rusher up the field. Narrow base at times. Takes good angles to the second level. Pro day numbers: 23/VJ, 8/ BJ, 5.10/SS, 8.47/3 cone. Not invited to Combine. Sixth/seventh round. (A-34 1/2, H-10 1/2, BP-24, 10-1.95).