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NFL Draft Report Dream Team: Bitonio

Joel Bitonio (Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY)

Joel Bitonio was a standout right and left tackle for Nevada. His lateral agility, power, trap blocking skills and versatility are why he's considered one of the top guards in this draft. His game is broken down in 14 phases in the most in-depth scouting report available outside of Lambeau Field.

While Joel Bitonio has flown under the radar for most of his career, he was no longer a secret to teams after his stellar performance throughout the week-long practices at the 2014 Senior Bowl. Most scouts went back to the film room and discovered that the college left tackle has been a quiet force in the trenches. Most agree that a possible position switch to guard might be in the cards next...

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