2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHRISTIAN DARRISAW: Virginia Tech, 6050 315 5.30. Junior entry, two-year starter, Upper Marlboro, MD. Ended his career first-team All ACC. He checks a lot of boxes when it comes to size, athletic ability, and body control. He is rarely found off balance or losing his base. Shows the hard to find, unique trait of getting on his man and sticking to him like a magnet. That initial hand placement combined with such a stable and twitchy lower half can enable him to mirror defenders that play the speed game. His true strength and power will need to be developed over his first couple of years in the league but if that does catch up with the rest of his skill set, he has as much potential as any offensive lineman in this class. Easy and natural mover on all domains. Can kick himself back and up the edge and beat his man to the junction point. Explodes downhill and beats the linebacker to the cutoff. Adjusts in space with smooth footwork and balance that is always present. Excels at reaching his man and attaching his hands inside as if he had super glue on his gloves. Controls and maintains quality contact no matter where he is and who is across from him. Maintains a wide base with easy knee bend. Excels at being a mirror to the defender. Needs more attitude and power in his game. May struggle with a pure-bull rush. Can be a little too delayed in adjusting to double moves. Will need to prove he can handle complex fronts and stunts. First round. (A-34 1/4, H-9 1/4, BP-NA, 10-NA).