2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CAMERON ERVING: Florida State, 6054 313 5.09. Three-year starter at left tackle after a move from defensive tackle. The Moultrie, GA native was awarded the Jacobs’ Blocking Trophy as the best offensive lineman in the ACC in both 2013 and 2014. Appears to enjoy playing the game. A good athlete who is enthusiastic and plays under control. A zone blocker who competes on a consistent basis. Long arms and a good base. Very good on his redirect versus a two-move defender. Good lateral quickness and pulling ability. Light feet with the ability to bend and punch. Creates lanes in the run game. Was moved to center in the 10th game versus Miami to stabilize the offensive line. Erving was the key to the Seminoles protecting Jameis Winston through the playoff run. A rare five-for-one athletic offensive lineman who will find a home on a 2015 NFL roster because of his versatility and smarts. An easy knee bender with the quickness to seal the edge of a defense. A high ceiling athlete if he continues to refine his technique. The skills set and physical tools are there to succeed on the next level. Needs to improve the power and punch in his hands to control a defender. More of an angular build than a thick torso and hip guy. OSR:4/41. First/second round. (A-34 1/8, H-10 3/8, BP-30, 10-1.78).