Radunz is a very athletic OT prospect that is going to be making a big jump to the NFL level, but the skillset is there for him to be very effective. Solid pop out of his stance in pass protection and has solid strength in his hands to deliver a jolt and keep a defender at bay. Fluid in pass protection and able to mirror and match FCS defenders well. Could be more difficult with the speed rushers he'll face in the NFL. Can get a bit lost in run blocking when climbing to the second level, but has solid understanding of how to shield off defenders and create open running lanes when he's assigned a lineman at the LOS. Length concerns on tape and wonder how he's going to fare when asked to stand up to bigger, longer, faster pass-rushers. Good balance though and shows a solid ability to anchor for his size. Good hand technique and is constantly working to bring his hands back to center. Good athlete. Able to get out on the edge easily and be a lead blocker, if needed. Could develop a little bit more toughness or grit, but didn't really need it against inferior competition. Overall, Radunz is a huge projection to the NFL based on the level of competition he played, but the traits are there to be molded and worked on. Most likely a Day 2 pick.