http://www.gbnreport.com/seniorbowlreport.htm The most anticipated battle this week on the North team was between top-rated OTs Gabe Carimi of Wisconsin, Anthony Castonzo of Boston College and Colorado’s Solder. And for the most part, the trio didn’t disappoint. Carimi, in particular, was as physical as expected, but also smoother afoot than many scouts projected with the result that the former Wisconsin star is getting increased consideration as a LT prospect, although one of his great strengths in the fact that he has the versatility to play both sides as well as slide into OG. Meanwhile, a case can be made the BC’s Castonzo was the best of the three through the two days of North practices. Indeed, one of the things that jumps out on tape of the North practices was that at the end of just about every play #74 was involved in, Castonzo’s man was no closer to the ball at the whistle than he had been at the snap. If any of the three could be described as having some ups and downs in Mobile it was Solder. On the one hand, at 6-8 with the frame to bulk up to 330 pounds and still be light on his feet, Solder has evoked comparisons to former all-pro Tony Boselli. And some snaps he plays like that, however, at other times he looks a tad stiff and mechanical like a guy whose thinking about what he should be doing from a technical standpoint rather than just executing naturally. And while the OTs have drawn most of the attention this week, C/G John Moffitt, the ‘other’ former Wisconsin offensive lineman in Mobile, may have done as much for his 2011 draft grade as anyone on the North team. Moffitt continues to be a dominating block of granite in the middle of he line as he has played with both quickness and agility as well as just a touch of nastiness. What has also impressed about Moffitt is that he has been so solid when snapping the ball after playing exclusively at OG the past couple of seasons. Versatility also appears to be one of the strengths of unheralded small-school C Brandon Fusco of Slippery Rock who has gone toe-to-toe with some of the biggest names in college football and held his own in the middle of the line. On the other hand, both of G/Ts James Brewer of Indiana and Jason Pinkston of Pitt both continued to be totally overmatched when lined up against quick edge rushers on the outside.