Offensive Guard #73
Senior 6’5″ 314
- 2015 All-Sec First team choice via ESPN.
- Recognizes blitzes/twists. Has football smarts.
- Good movement and ability to climb to second level.
- Strong and powerful in run blocking. Generates consistent movement.
- Played against top competition in SEC and was never overwhelmed.
- If he gets locked in on a defender he wins.
- Has a nasty side/demeanor.
- Keeps wide base in pass protection though he can be stiff.
- Can fall of blocks when feet stop moving.
- Lunges his head in pass protection.
- Not best at pulling.
- Bear hugs/mauls in pass protection.
Sebastian Tretola was part of the most dominant offensive lines in the country and one of the unsung heroes for the Razorbacks in 2015. Since taking over his Junior year at left guard, he helped paved the way for two 1,000 yard rushers and was a consistent force inside. Sebastian is incredibly strong and does his best work in the run game. Once locked onto a defender, he is able to generate movement and open rushing lanes. While not the most athletic lineman, Tretola can climb into the 2nd level and engage defenders. In pass protection he keeps a wide base and can anchor. He does however drop his head at times, which leads to lunging. Sebastian has been talked up by all of his coaches at Arkansas and should be a solid guard in the NFL.
Draft Projection: 3rd-4th round
Player Comparison: Vladimir Ducasse