Dan Mozes has played both guard and center for the Mountaineers, and has played at a high level at both spots. Heís also been a member of the Big Eastís All Academic team each year heís played in the program. As a senior, Mozes won the Rimington trophy, awarded to the nationís best center.
Dan Mozes brings the versatility to play anywhere on the inside of the offensive line. He moves very well for an interior lineman, and is successful pulling and blocking on the move. He sets up quickly and puts himself in position to move his man in any direction he wants. Mozes is very intelligent, on and off the field. It shows on the field, as he is always in the right position, and reads the defense very well.
Most of Mozesí experience is at guard, but he projects better as a center. He does not appear to have the frame to add much more weight to his frame, and he does not have great size right now. He may lack the brute strength to drive players off the ball as a guard, but his finesse blocking is suited well for the center spot.
This is a very deep draft at the center position, so Mozes rates a little lower than he might in a typical year. His experience, versatility, and toughness should allow Mozes to have a successful NFL career.