Georgia Tech vs. Utah; Sun Bowl NFL Draft watch notes

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 8: Stephen Hill of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets carries the ball against the Maryland Terrapins at Bobby Dodd Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

It's always hard to judge offensive linemen who play in a zone blocking scheme. Georgia Tech's Omoregie Uzzi was a first-team All-ACC and submitted paperwork to the NFL Draft advisory board. In Tech's offense, it's nearly impossible to judge Uzzi's pass blocking skills. As a run blocker, he's quick off the line and knows how to properly use his hands.

Another Yellow Jackets player who submitted paperwork was wide receiver Stephen Hill. He certainly looks the part of a No. 1 wide receiver. He's got nice size at a listed 6-foot-5 and 206 pounds and is an incredible leaper. He just doesn't have the production to give a fair assessment. His route running consists mostly of up routes and fades. He has 26 receptions this season for 785 yards and 4 touchdowns.



Utah offensive tackle Tony Bergstrom was a first-team all-conference choice this season and graded out at 85 percent, winning 491 of 579 assignments, according to the school. As a prospect, there is no area of Bergstrom's game that is standout. He profiles as a backup right tackle in the NFL.

Download the bowl watch list, put together by 3k, here.

2013 NFL Draft watch: Utah defensive tackle Star Lotulelei wisely decided to return for his senior season. He has the look of a future first-round pick if he continues developing. He's a hulking tackle who is hard to move off the line. Against Tech's offense, Lotulelei will face a big test trying to shut down the middle.

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