Scouting Report: Enoch DeMar

The Cleveland Browns needs on the offensive line are mirrored by the way that they have gone after linemen as undrafted free agents this year. One of the most intriguing is Enoch DeMar from Indiana. Here is Tony Pauline's scouting analysis of DeMar.

NameEnoch DeMar  SchoolIndiana Year:  5Sr

Ht:  6-3  Wt:  310  40:  5.35  Pos:  G

Bio: Four-year starter used at both guard and right tackle.  Second team Big Ten choice as a junior and given All-Academic honors on several occasions.

Positives: Hard working lineman best in confined quarters.  Bends his knees, plays with leverage and fights with his hands, working to finish off opponents.  Quick setting in pass protection, keeps defenders in front of him and jolts defenders with his hands.  Some ability to get out to the second level and take linebackers out of the action.

Negatives:  Does not move well in space, lacks adjustment and a strong base.  Has difficulty finishing his blocks.

Analysis:  Tenacity and intelligence are his best attributes and give him an outside shot to make the two deep.


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