Adam Snyder
OT | (6'5", 316, 5.38) | Oregon

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Selected by: San Francisco 49ers
Round: 3
Pick (Overall): 30(94)
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Overall: After redshirting in 2000 and contributing as a reserve in 2001, Snyder was a fulltime starter both at guard and tackle for the Ducks from his redshirt sophomore season in 2002 through his senior season in 2004. Snyder started every game at left tackle for the Ducks as a senior in 2004 but his best fit in the NFL will most likely be at guard. Snyder is a versatile prospect with starting potential. He also can play a role as a backup tackle in order to provide more depth and versatility to the team that drafts him. Snyder does not have great speed or mobility as a downfield blocker and he's not the most explosive blocker in this class. He does, however, have terrific size, awareness, technique and feet in the short area. A team could take a chance on him late on Day-1 but we think he fits ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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