2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DILLON RADUNZ: North Dakota State, 6055 304 5.16. Two-year starter, Becker, MN. In 2017, he started one game then missed the rest of the season with a knee injury. In 2020, North Dakota State’s season was just one game because of the Covid-19 pandemic. First-team All America and Missouri Valley Conference in 2019, second-team All-Conference in 2018. Has elite body control and balance and it led to him being dominant at the FCS level. He went to the Senior Bowl and had a solid week against the better competition. This is the kind of offensive lineman that has all of the movement and balance traits. He is an ideal fit for a heavy zone-blocking scheme and if he reaches his upside, you are talking about a very solid left tackle for a long time. Elite body control and athleticism for the outside. Seamlessly and naturally stutter steps his way up the edge with full control and balance. Plays with a wide and bendy base to maximize his anchor and power. Stays square to his man. Can mirror against speed and quickness. Has twitch and speed that converts into power. A hustler that brings consistent, high-end effort to the field. Will chase the action and look for work far away from his initial starting position. Can pull laterally in a hurry and looks comfortable in space. Shows an accurate stab and punch. Will hit the chest plate hard without leaning too much at the waist. Stays within himself, won’t abandon technique. As with all rookies he will need to live in the weight room if he plans on going from college to the NFL seamlessly. Slightly undersized. Needs to get more movement off the ball as a run blocker. Second/third round. (A-33 1/4, H-9 1/8, BP-24, 10-1.76).