2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about AUSTIN BLYTHE: Iowa, 6021 298 5.36. Four-year starter from Williamsburg, IA. Has experience at both center and guard. A technician who plays stronger at center than guard. Drops weight and works to leverage high pass rushers. Keeps hands inside the frame and on the breast plate of the defensive tackle. Aggressive and controlled off the snap. Sticks man with good head position. Coordinates his hand and foot movement consistently working for good hand position. Takes good angles to the second level to execute his blocks. Pushes the blitzer past the hole. Good mirror and slide in pass protection. Will lose knee bend on pass protection at times and is inconsistent to finish his blocks. Plays best versus an even front where there is not a big tackle on his nose. Struggles to block big guys head up. A three-time state heavyweight wrestling champion in high school after finishing second as a freshman. Holds the state record with 143 pins. Blythe will be on every NFL team’s radar that runs a zone blocking scheme. Has a chance to be the next Hawkeye lineman to dot an NFL roster. OSR:34/47. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 1/2, BP-29, 10-1.80).