2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TREY HILL: Georgia, 6034 319 5.46. Junior entry, three-year starter, Warner Robins, GA. Earned second-team All SEC honors the past two seasons. Was moved around the line early in his career before settling in at center. He has overwhelming size and power. Has plenty of tape on display showing dominant stretches of play. Where he gets into trouble revolves around adjustment speed and pad level. He simply does not have the natural bend in his ankles and knees, which forces him to play top heavy and that leads to a lack of balance. There is a lot to work with here, but he will need time and a lot of consistent effort to maximize his physical traits. Long and wide frame with explosive hands. Has athletic potential as seen when he is moving down the field looking for extra work. Can really get moving in space. A solid straight-line mover with plus-explosion off the ball. Can overwhelm defenders with his upper body pop and ability to lock on. Will maintain a solid lockout and prevent defenders from breaking free. Has experience at both guard and center and the skill set to fit into multiple blocking schemes. Gets top heavy at times as a result of fringe lower body flexibility and awareness. Needs to engage his lower body and roll his hips into his man. Will lose track of the width of his feet. Needs to move with different gears. Had both knees scoped in December 2020. Seventh round/PFA. (A-33 5/8, H-9 3/8, BP-17, 10-1.87).