Arron Sears has been one of the more versatile lineman in the county over the past few seasons, starting games at all spots along the line, except the center position. He earned All SEC honors in 2005, splitting time between tackle and guard. As a tackle in 2006, Sears won the Jacobs award, given to the SECís top lineman, and was named to various All America lists.
The versatility Sears brings is what jumps out to you. He has experience all along the line, and routinely changes spots throughout the year, sometimes even during a single game. Sears is a powerful run blocker that can drive defenders off the ball and open running lanes for his backs. His quick burst off the ball and his power makes him a standout run block at tackle or guard. His ability to set up quickly allows him to be in position to keep his defender in front of him in pass protection.
Although heís shown the ability to play up and down the offensive line, Sears does not have great agility and it may limit his ability to play tackle at the next level. Most of his experience is at left tackle, but he will probably have to adjust to a new spot, as he is not the ideal fit at LT.
Arron Sears may be able to play right tackle or guard at the next level, but appears like guard is a safer spot to project him at. Either way, his ability as a run blocker and his experience along the offensive line will give him a lot of looks. He has an outside shot to land at the end of round one, but should be gone in the first half of the second round.