From now until the 2021 NFL Draft takes place, we hope to showcase as many prospects as possible and examine both their strengths and weaknesses. Most of these profiles will feature individuals that the Pittsburgh Steelers are likely to have an interest in, while a few others will be top-ranked players. If there is a player you would like us to analyze, let us know in the comments below.
#67 Brady Christensen/OL/Brigham Young/6’6’”, 300 Lbs
-Good overall power at the point of attack
-Technique with initial punch in pass protection is sound and powerful
-Powerful leg drive in the run game to move people off the spot along line of scrimmage
-Sits into his hips consistently and anchors quickly in pass sets to handle power rushers
-Experienced starter overall with little durability concerns
-Heavy feet in pass protection and is vulnerable to counters
-Speedy, athletic pass rushers present serious problems off the edge
-Very limited in space; heavy mover that looks uncomfortable on the move
-Length overall is just adequate; lets defenders into his chest too often
-Projects inside at the next level despite never playing inside in college
-Redshirt junior who started 38 consecutive games after returning from a mission in 2017.