2022 Guide: What Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services said about DYLAN PARHAM:
Memphis, 6025 311 4.93. Four-year starter, Carrollton, GA. One year at right tackle with the rest being split between both guard positions. Also saw some time at center at the Senior Bowl. Earned first-team All-AAC honors in 2021. Brings a unique tool set to the table. His natural bend and explosion jump off the screen, but both are inconsistent, and he does not always play to his physical strengths. Even though he is still relatively new to the offensive line compared to other prospects, his negatives arise on tape often. He fails to convert his speed into power and struggles to sustain quality contact with his hands. He can back up the interior spots with the long-term possibility of molding into a starter. Unique athleticism and body for the offensive line. Powerful, thick lower body that can produce top tier explosion and speed. Former tight end that is still early in the progression scale along the line. Can play low to the ground with natural knee bend and ankle flexion. Rolls his hips into his man when he gets squared up and will keep his balance throughout engagement. Does not turn his speed into power. Rarely gets a strong push upfield as a run blocker and gives too much ground against the bull rush. Does not always play to his athleticism. Needs to shadow better with his feet and enhance his grip strength. Too often lacks the latch to his man.
OSR:16/51. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 1/2, H-10 1/4, BP-25, 10-1.67).