Unger has proven to be one of the more versatile lineman in the country during his career with the Ducks. He was a Freshman All America as a freshman after his success at left tackle. He earned All Pac 10 honors a year later, again at the left tackle position. Last year as a junior, Unger was just as effective despite a switch to center.
Versatility is a big part of Ungerís game. He has the size and athleticism to play tackle or center in the NFL. He has good mobility, showing the ability to slide laterally to keep his man in front of him, but also the ability to get out and pull and block on the move. He has extensive success at both positions and could play either in the NFL. Unger also battles to the whistle, and plays with a mean streak on the field.
Unger is more of a finesse lineman, and can have some problems at the point of attack against stronger lineman. His size is more suited for the center position. Unger should bulk up and get stronger to reach his potential at the next level.
Ungerís versatility is very attractive and his standout play at two positions is going to put him in high demand come April. He will probably grade out as a center on most teams boards, but could have potential at tackle for some teams. He could hear his name called in the first two rounds when all is said and done.