I am going, to be honest; there isn’t a whole lot about his game that I don’t like. I would have liked to see him pass block more. However, he wasn’t asked to pass block for many balls thrown downfield. He does have a tendency to get himself overextended on his reach blocks, but if anything that is just nitpicking. 


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Nico Siragusa was the main cog on an offensive line that dominated opponents in the run game. This is a run game that also produced FBS career rushing leader Donnel Pumphrey. He put together a dominant performance in the Las Vegas Bowl against Houston and their future top ten pick DT Ed Oliver. Siragusa is a humble individual and a very intelligent player. He was one of my favorite interviews from the Senior Bowl (Listen below). His injury from the Senior Bowl will not prevent him from doing a full workout at the combine. I expect that he will put himself near the top of the workouts and cement himself as a second round pick.


Siragusa plays with a nasty demeanor. He finishes blocks. It doesn’t matter if he is at the line of scrimmage or if he is 15-20 yards downfield. Siragusa is quick to the second level. He plays with power, explodes out of his stance, and demonstrates great hand usage. Siragusa is a tough player. He blocked in a pro-style offense his entire career. He injured his wrist during the first one-on-one rep at Senior Bowl practice and then went on to finish every other rep at a high level. 


Nico Siragusa
Senior Offensive Guard
6’4” 325
San Diego State

Career Stats:

The offensive guard position isn’t the sexiest position you can draft. However, you can upgrade your team if you draft quality players like the one I am reviewing today. Nico Siragusa arrived at the Aztec program as a three-star recruit from Mater Dei HS (Chula Vista, CA). He had a long offer sheet including a couple from Power-5 schools before ultimately settling on the nearby Aztecs program. He redshirted his first year on campus and sparingly played as a redshirt freshman. Siragusa then went on to start 41 consecutive games at left guard.

2016: Cal, UNLV, San Jose State, Wyoming, Houston (Bowl)