2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about LLOYD CUSHENBERRY III: LSU, 6032 312 5.31. Junior entry, two-year starter, Carville, LA. Earned first-team All SEC and second-team All America honors in 2019. The leader of the offensive line earned the much-respected #18 jersey for LSU which is revered for the leader of the team on and off the field. He LSU offensive line won the Joe Moore Award – given to the nation’s top unit – and Cushenberry was the one in front among that group. He is a smart player who is capable of making the calls and adjustments. Physically, his legs are roots which can make it very difficult for a defensive tackle to move, most notably against the run. He plays low and strong and keeps his hands intact. An ox in the middle of the line that cannot be moved. A strong anchor that stems from outstanding lower body strength and the easy ability to play low. Keeps his knees bent and his long arms extended. Has rare length for an interior blocker. Pairs them with heavy, accurate hands. Sticks to his man and gets movement off the line. Powerful in the run game and consistently makes a difference on runs between the tackles. Feet get stuck in the mud at times and will overreach and extend for action to his left or right. Exposed when he is left on an island against speed and quickness. Will be susceptible to holding penalties with his current style of pass protection. Grabs instead of moving his feet. OSR:25/41. Third/fourth round. (A-34 5/8, H-10 1/2, BP-25, 10-1.75).