The Good: Blair is a wide-bodied college tackle who projects to guard at the NFL level. He has the potential to become a fantastic run blocker thanks to his size and surprising athleticism. He anchors well and shows good knee bend, which allows him to play with fine leverage. Blair has also made steady progress in pass protection.
The Bad: Despite decent athleticism he does struggle at times against speed defenders, especially if he does not get his hands on them early in the down. Blair also needs work on his foot speed to pull better to the outside and strike defenders with more consistency and power.
Outlook: Blair figures to be a late-round pick or possibly a free agent, but he has the skill set to surprise and help a club as a run blocker. He's a physical guard and a good player to gamble on towards the latter part of the draft.
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