2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about FOSTER SARELL: Stanford, 6064 318 5.54. Junior entry, two-year starter, Graham, WA. Earned Honorable Mention All-Pac 12 honors in 2019 after missing most of 2018 with a knee injury. Only started 17 games over his career but possesses an NFL body and plays with very quick, active feet. He was the emotional leader of the Stanford offensive line and is clearly a try-hard player who will get the most out of himself. There are multiple technique shortcomings but they all stem from his over-aggression, which will cause him to overset and reach. If he can learn to be more patient and allow his ability to take over, he has starter potential down the road. The athletic ability, pop, and desire are all there. He simply needs time. Blessed with outstanding height, length, and well-proportioned girth from top to bottom. Really active from snap to whistle. Will aggressively attack defenders with his hands and long arms while keeping his feet moving. Foot speed and consistency is a plus. Can slide himself up the edge while maintaining his center of gravity. Strong initial contact. Will get movement off the ball in the running game. Can move laterally and reach across the face of interior defenders. Works hard and plays hungry. Channels his emotion in the right direction so it helps get the most out of his talent. Limited experience. Looks raw and underdeveloped when it comes to techniques, most notably with his hands and arms. Will overset often leaving him too exposed and vulnerable to secondary rushes. Inconsistent when it comes to locking on and mirroring pass rushers. Fifth/sixth round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/4, BP-26, 10-1.89).