2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOSH MYERS: Ohio State, 6042 312 5.30. Two-year starter, Miamisburg, OH. Earned first-team All Big 10 honors in 2020, second-team in 2019. Myers does not have the prototypical body of an interior offensive lineman. He is tall and plays with high pads. While he may be a candidate to change positions, he has the physical tool set and smarts to try and develop over time. Has a strong punch and shows the athleticism to play fast. If his hands line up well on the defender, he can ride defenders, both big and fast, out of a play. Projects as a versatile interior backup early on but certainly has the tools of a starter down the road. Has plus-length for the position and a wide frame that will hold more functional mass. Quality straight line athlete that shows a high level of physical potential. Can get across the interior defensive linemen in a hurry while maintaining power. Moves to the second level quickly. Strong lockout game in pass protection against bull rushers. Maintains solid hand contact and will keep his base wide enough. Smart, heady player that has the tool set to play multiple spots along the offensive line. Pad level needs to come down. Fringe lower body engagement, overly reliant on hands. Will cause him to punch high and leave him vulnerable to holds. Quick change of direction pre-engagement can beat him. Inconsistent mirror with his feet. Straight line speed does not translate to quickness in a phone booth. Third/fourth round. (A- 32, H-10 3/8, BP-29, 10-1.70).