2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOSH GARNETT: Stanford, 6044 312 5.27. Two years as a fulltime starter and team captain. From Puyallup, WA. First Outland Trophy winner in school history. A strong inside player when he gets his hands locked on. Fights for position to control the defender. Locks out with a good two-arm extension in pass protection. Good arm length and lower body flexibility. Powerful on down and angle blocks. A solid blocker in both pass protection and run blocking. A good technique player with good agility and balance. Has a quick first step and flashes an explosive punch in pass pro. Pulls and traps well. Garnett is consistent and football smart. Impressive week at the Senior Bowl demonstrating his ability to pull and seal or kick out on the perimeter. NFL DNA as his father Scott played four seasons in the league. Comes off the ball low and with leverage on base blocks. Gets push on the down defender. Quick on backside cut blocks. Well-schooled in zone blocking technique in the run game. Plays square and mirrors pass rushers up the field. Gets his hands up quickly in pass pro. Other honors include the Morris Trophy (Pac-12 lineman of the year), unanimous All-America, and Pac-12 first team. OSR:18/47. Second/third round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 7/8, BP-30, 10-1.84).