Tyrell Crosby is a 6’5″, 325-pound offensive tackle out of Oregon.
He’s best known as a dominant run blocker. The ability to run his feet through contact will generate nice movement in the running game. He has exceptional hand and upper body strength. In 2015, Crosby played right tackle in 12 of 13 games and every game in his final year of college at both left & right tackle. His experience at both tackle positions will give the team who selects him needed versatility.
A few things many evaluators have an issue with is his issues with hip tightness and not being able to gain enough ground to the edge in pass protection which may force him to move inside. Something that may help him is if coaches can slide protections to him.
Crosby is projected to go in the second or third round and has been compared to Houston Texans’ OG Jeff Allen.
40-yard dash: 5.23 seconds
Bench Press: 17 reps
Vertical Jump: 30.0 inches
Broad Jump: 105.0 inches
Below is arguably one of Crosby’s better games in 2017. He created several open running lanes for Oregon’s RB Royce Freeman.