However, despite some natural body control/coordination on his kick slide in pass protection, he wasn't a real compact/explosive puncher into contact. He lacks ideal range to the corner and wants to get his hands on defenders in order to stick through contact.
He displays solid coordination laterally, but will get overextended trying to lunge into contact in and get his hands on defenders and fall off blocks. However, he has the size and force to speed past the edge, but is not someone I would trust to shuffle and slide laterally while trying to punch in space.
He gets upright off the ball in the run game and struggles to gain leverage throughout.
However, he's such a naturally physically gifted lineman that he could get away with it most of the time, as he has the size, length and natural power to work his legs through contact despite his lacking ideal handle placement/pad level and still get a good seal on the edge and a push through contact.
However, his inability to fire off the ball low and not waste motion off the snap in the run game are two aspects of his game that could end up being exposed once he sees big time talent at the next level. There is no real explosive snap to his game, as he really rolls his hips into contract and struggles to keep his pad down.
He has had a tough time staying healthy as well throughout his career with over six surgeries on his knees, including a torn ACL in 2010.
Impression: Oglesby possesses the size to warrant a pick, and if he ever learns to block with better leverage the guy could be a "plus" run blocker in the NFL. He looks more like a reserve only at this time who coaches will always expect more from because of his physical skill set. They'll just never get it."
Also one of those $10 cab fares to get around when protecting the pocket, but overall isn’t all that athletic or flexible; tends to lunge at times and lacks the foot speed to stay with quick edge rushers turning the corner; also has had issues with conditioning."
After redshirting his first year, he's played in almost every game since then.
Oglesby projects as a right tackle in the NFL, which likely limits his draft potential.
It is in his best interest to return to college for his senior year and work on developing his footwork for the next level.
A very strong player that uses his hands well in space.
Sometimes overextends, leaning forward and leaving himself vulnerable to speed rushers.
Needs to continue to work on his burst off the line of scrimmage and using his body position and arms to slow down edge rushers.
Very good straight-line blocker.
Once he gets his hands on a guy, he loves to brawl and shows a good mean streak.
Oglesby would likely slip in the draft because he will need time to develop his fundamentals at the next level.
Plays with stiff hips and needs to move more fluidly in his blocks."