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Evan Neal Draft Profile: Scouting Report, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection

It is officially mock draft season! The 2022 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on Thursday, April 28th. Of course, draft analysis, projections and rumors will be dominating the headlines until then. Among the players expected to hear his name called on the first day is offensive tackle Evan Neal out of Alabama.

The following is a complete Evan Neal NFL Draft profile, including stats, highlights and a mock projection.

Evan Neal NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

Evan Neal
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6’7″
Weight: 337 lbs
Age: 21
College: Alabama Crimson Tide

Evan Neal Draft Profile: Scouting Report, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection
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Evan Neal Draft Profile


Evan Neal is a massive, strong offensive lineman that is ready to be one of the best in the league. He is explosive out of his stance, showing great athleticism while also being light on his feet. Neal played left tackle last season for Alabama, right tackle the year before and left guard before that. So, not only will he get better with some stability at a position, but Neal has the versatility to play multiple positions if need be.

If Neal gets his hands on you, he’s going to bury you. He plays with an attitude, yet he only had one holding penalty last season.


Neal needs to sit back a bit more in pass protection. He has too much weight over his toes, leading to him being off-balanced. This is also part of the reason why he falls off of blocks too often. However, with the right coaching, he has obvious All-Pro potential.

Evan Neal Highlights

Evan Neal Draft Projection

All 2022 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest Sporting News NFL Mock Draft by Vinnie Iyer.

Evan Neal is currently projected to be drafted by the Houston Texans at No. 3.

For more 2022 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out our NFL Draft page.

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