Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College #75

6036, 308, 4.91

Notes: From Dudley, MA. Father (Chris) was a hall of fame lineman at Boston U and spent three seasons in the NFL. An applied psychology/human development and history dual major in the Lynch School of Education. Younger brother Alec also plays on BC’s offensive line. Four-year starter who played in 50 career games. Saw action in 12 games, starting the final nine at right guard, as a freshman in 2015. Started all 13 games at right guard in 2016. Began season at ORG but moved to right tackle in 2017, starting every game. Started all 12 games at right guard, did not allow a sack, in 2018. Did 25 reps, 1.70/4.91 10/40-yard time, 30.5-inch vertical jump, 9’9” broad jump, 4.54 20-yard shuttle and 7.61 three-cone drill at the Combine.

Positives: Nice size. Experienced player. Excellent awareness and feel for the game. Understands blocking angles. Steady run blocker who can get movement. Stays on his feet and is very effective in space, able to pull, trap and block well downfield. Very good getting to the second level. Finishes blocks. Tough, physical and looks for work. Very intense and focused. Proficient pass protector. Recovers nicely. Shows quick feet and heavy hands. Strong anchor. Has played tackle.

Negatives: Lacks great feet and quickness on pass protection. Is not massive or a dominant power player.

Summary: Very clean prospect with no glaring deficiencies. Immediate starter at guard and is extremely well-suited for a zone-blocking scheme team. Could play right tackle as well. Should be a solid decade-plus starter in the NFL.

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