Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College

Chris Lindstrom, G, Boston College

Written on 02/15/2019
Ronbo Sports


Height: 6-3. Weight: 307. 
Projected 40 Time: 5.10. 
Projected Round (2019): 1-3. 

“ Lindstrom had a strong senior year and blocked well at the Senior Bowl. He probably would fit best as a second-round pick, but he could sneak into the first round as a plug-and-play starter.” 

“In speaking to multiple sources, Lindstrom has impressed them with from seeing him in person and on tape. They feel he has the look of an NFL starter. Lindstrom goes under the radar, but he is a really good blocker, and quickly one can tell that he is a pro-caliber offensive lineman. Lindstrom plays with good leverage and shows some heavy hands to manipulate defenders. While Lindstrom looks well put together, he shows some quickness to the second level and is more athletic than one would think from the eye ball test. In the pass rush, Lindstrom uses his hands well with good placement and sustains his block. As a player, Lindstrom reminds me of the Chicago Bears' Cody Whitehair, except Lindstrom might be stronger and more physical than Whitehair was coming out of Kansas State. In the second or third round of the 2019 NFL Draft, Lindstrom would be a good fit and maybe a plug-and-play starter.”

Lindstrom is pretty tenacious, and since the footage below isn’t a hightlight reel, you’ll notice he doesn’t really take any downs off which speaks volumes for his endurance. 
Kyle is most likely looking for another quality O-Lineman. Lindstrom is a senior so he has plenty of training under his belt. Kind of like this player.
If he last beyond the 2nd round you almost have to take him.