2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about LIAM EICHENBERG: Notre Dame, 6051 302 5.30. Three-year starter, Cleveland, OH. Earned first-team All ACC honors in 2020 and was an Outland Trophy finalist. Also won the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given to the conference’s top blocker voted on by the league’s head coaches and defensive coordinators. He is a throwback, blue collar lineman who gets the job done consistently through technique, grit, and desire. Where he lacks physical talent and ability through tools and traits, he can make up for in his approach and mental game. May need to make a move inside but no matter where he lines up, he is the kind of lineman that plays to a higher result than the sum of his parts. His mental game is strong, his techniques are repeatable, and he has good brute strength in his hands and base. Has a pro’s body and post-snap approach. Developed lower half that has obviously spent a lot of time in the weight room. Very snappy out of his stance with heavy, strong hands. Consistently wins the initial battle with a violent, accurate strike. Natural knee bend and ankle flexibility. Can initially mirror a defender of any shape or movement ability. Will get movement off the ball with his head up and knees bent, ready for the recoil. Stays within himself, trusts his ability. A smart and seasoned player with a lot of experience. Quick thinker with a controlled lower half. Has questionable athletic ability for the outside. Has a hard time winning the lockout battle with bigger defenders. Hands will get tossed to the side at times. Recovery quickness isn’t there when matched up against pro-caliber speed. Will struggle to beat pure speed to the meeting point. Will overextend for the big blow and struggles to re-gather himself. Second/third round. (A-32 3/8, H-9 5/8, BP-33, 10-1.69).