2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about NICK KWIATKOSKI: West Virginia, 6020 243 4.68. Three-year starter from Bethel Park, PA. First team All-Big 12 performer. When backed off on plays his way gets downhill and fits the gap. Has good power attacking blocks. Has some blitz ability as he can get into a crease and get up field. Plays the run well on the edge and has solid tackling ability. Good fundamentally with pass drops keeping his head on a swivel. Shows hesitation on initial read and tends to take false steps. He is late to the play at times as a result. While aggressive attacking a block at times he looks for the block rather than locate the ball. Is slow to shed and can get upright on a block and stoned at the line. Does not always take a deep enough drop and wastes steps on his plant and drive when the ball is in the air. Can be slow to react and lacks sudden change of direction. He played both off the line and on the edge in the West Virginia defense so it’s unclear where he best fits in the NFL. Has the size you look for at either spot but needs improvement to play at the next level. Has some inconsistency. 2015 stats: 86 T, 10 TFL, 3 sacks, 7 PBU, 3 INT. OSR:3/14. Seventh round/PFA. (A-31 3/4, H-9 1/2, BP-19, SS-4.22).