The good: he has a big frame, moves effortlessly around the field and is very coordinated. He bends well, is light on his feet and played most of the game without coming out. His pass blocking, as we saw in camps this summer, is good. He plays with his feet under him, balanced and is rarely on the ground.
Where he can still improve: being meaner and dominating more. He was never even close to being beat, but it wasn't until later in the game that we saw some "nasty" come out.
Others to watch on the Wildcats include junior receivers Victor Abraham and Christian Walls, senior receiver Kalen Dunham, sophomore return man Isaac Emminger, senior quarterback Adedeji Adebiyi, a 6-foot-4 kid who projects more as an athlete in college.