Massive OL Visiting Dallas

One of the more underrated offensive linemen available in this year's draft will visit the Dallas Cowboys another team from the NFC in the coming days.

The Dallas Cowboys have scheduled a visit with Akron offensive guard Andy Alleman (6-4, 310), TheRanchReport.com has learned.

Alleman, a former standout at Pittsburgh, transferred to Akron and played his last two seasons of college football there.

Continually improving his game, Alleman has made terrific strides the past two years. He has the ability to add bulk and strength to his frame, and could develop into a starter at the next level.

Alleman has also scheduled visits with the New Orleans Saints later this week.

Alleman is currently the No. 7 guard prospect available in the 2007 NFL Draft according to Scout.com.

Alleman Scouting Report
Bio: Former Pittsburgh transfer who began his college career at defensive end. Two-year starter at offensive guard.

Pos: Strong, dominant interior blocker with a good amount of upside. Quick off the snap, immediately gets into blocks and holds the point of attack. Stays square, blocks with a wide base and bends his knees. Jolts opponents with good hand punch, seals defenders from the action and is fundamentally sound. Plays with a nasty attitude, going hard until the whistle blows. Works well with teammates.

Neg: Lacks lateral blocking range. Must improve his balance and learn to consistently finish blocks.

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