Dralinn Burks is a JuCo transfer who moved into the starting lineup for Kansas St as a senior starting nine games during his career.
Burks has played on both sides of the ball during his career before settling in on the offensive line in 2002. Thus he lacks the fundamentals and experience at tackle and needs repitition to enhance his raw ability.
At 6-3, 307 pounds he has a well built frame and is better at pass blocking then run blocking as he tends to stay back instead of driving forward with blocks.
He was ranked among top 100 junior-college prospects in nation by SuperPrep magazine.
Dralinn Burks Signs with the Chargers
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