Has a good first step, but allows himself to get too high, doesn't play with proper hand placement and the best thing he can do is try to seal defenders from the football. Lacks ideal body control and balance through contact as well and too easily falls off blocks on plays off his frame. Is on the ground far too much.
Plays upright in the pass game and like to lunge into defenders on his punch. Looks heavy footed in any kind of space and isn't a guy who can play with his knees bent and slide laterally in space. Takes up a lot of room inside and keeps his head on a swivel, but lacks the quickness off the snap to reach explosive up-field pass rusher and isn't a guy who could slide his feet and stay on blocks through the play with much success in the NFL.
Impression: Isn't a real natural bender, plays high, lacks balance and doesn't have the skill set to hold his own inside vs. NFL-caliber defensive tackles."
Positive: Large, powerful run blocker who plays with a nasty attitude. Blocks with good lean, bends his knees, and immediately gets his hands into defenders. Possesses terrific overall body strength, drives defenders off the line, and opens the running lanes. Goes after opponents, shows terrific punch at the point of attack, and is patient in pass protection. Keeps his head on a swivel and helps out teammates.
Negative: Bends at the waist and overextends into defenders, which adversely affects his ability to finish blocks. Gets tall at times. Stiff and minimally effective blocking in motion.
Analysis: Madison has an NFL build and the strength to be used in a power running offense. He must improve his flexibility but is a practice squad player who could make a two deep for an NFL team."
Weaknesses: Drives legs after contact but sometimes plays too high and will lack sufficient push. Lunges at times and will lose balance. Could be more aggressive at the second level.