Bench Press: 36
Strengths: Tyler Larsen has great size and a lot of experience, starting in every one of the 52 games he has played. He can wall off defenders in the run game, and has the lateral agility necessary for pass protection.
Weaknesses: Larsen’s athleticism is only so-so, limiting his upside. He also has short arms, allowing him to be shed by defenders more easily.
Bottom Line: Right now, Larsen grades out as a utility player who would only be starting due to injury. However he has the football IQ and technical skills that a lot of coaches desire, and I could see him eventually competing for a position in a zone system.
Projected Round: 5th to 7th