Pros: McQuistan is big, raw left tackle prospect with an intriguing upside. He has fine footwork and agility with the physical combination of size, athleticism and intangibles to be a starter in time. He dominated opponents on a weekly basis at Weber State, where his athletic ability was too much for small-college defenders. His movement skills are good and he is quick off the line - whether run or pass blocking. As a drive blocker, he uses his lower body strength to get movement at the line of scrimmage and leans on defenders with the nasty demeanor to finish well. He has the ability to get to the second level with success and adjusts well on the move. His arms measure 35.5” long and give him the ability to lock on and steer an opponent out of the hole. Cons: He needs refinement on his overall technique. His level of competition did not challenge him and he will need time in camp to settle into either tackle spot. Whether he can handle NFL caliber speed rushers remains to be seen. Numbers:: At the Combine he ran the 40-yard dash in 5.1 seconds with a 29.5" vertical jump and a 9’2” broad jump. He did 28 reps in the 225-pound bench press.