BRADY CHRISTENSEN | BYU | OT | #67 | rJr. | 6052 | 295 | 514 | Bountiful, UT | Bountiful High School
As BYU lineman go, Christensen was the most impressive throughout the 2020 season. He brings a dynamic skill set to the offensive tackle position. He can move well from side to side and keep his balance in his pass blocks. He does need to put on weight, as he’s under 300 pounds. Christensen uses his hands well and it’s his most valuable trait. He is slow getting to the next level, but makes up for it by finding a man to block no matter what with consistent angles. Strength will be his biggest issue during his transition to the next level, as Christensen will go up against bigger defensive ends that can bull-rush with ease. His anchor and footwork are also key areas where he needs improvement. He’s a raw talent with some traits that NFL teams should gamble on and help him work through, especially early. Don’t expect any immediate returns, but a team could get a nice return on his athletic gifts down the road.
Raised in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. Two-star recruit according to 247Sports. Accounting major. Parents are married. Redshirt. Started 13 games as a freshman. Started 13 games as a sophomore. Started all 12 games played during the 2020 season. Selected as an All-America choice by several outlets. Three siblings. Married. Served his LDS mission in New Zealand.
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