2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DRU SAMIA: Oklahoma, 6046 305 5.28. A three year starter from Danville, CA. Earned first-team All Big 12 honors in 2018. Was an overlooked part of the OU offensive line coming into his senior season, but he came out of it as maybe the second best pro prospect among the group. He checks the size, speed, and strength boxes but what sets him apart from others is the consistent desire and effort to be physical and aggressive. He gets everything out of himself and more. Teams looking for more presence inside, particularly in the running game, will love Samia. He can be a starter, a solid one at that, within a year or two. Sturdy, well-stocked frame with some room for more weight. Fast to get his hands on, constantly initiates contact and usually keeps his hands locked on. Powerful mitts that will redirect defenders. A good straight line mover that can fit most blocking schemes. Loves to play the role of bully and enforcer. Brings extra attitude and grit to the table. A lot of heat and desire behind his blocks. Will play through the whistle. Normal contact isn’t enough for him. Will get too wide with his hands upon contact, leaving him susceptible to holds. Too dependent on hands and upper body, will lose track of moving his feet to mirror the defender. OSR:35/39. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33, H-10 1/8, BP-28, 10-1.84).