THE LIST of Washington State's 2005 recruiting class now totals 17 known future Cougars. The ledger…
Prospect Profile: Cory Procter
Ht: 6-4.4 Wt: 305 40: 5.31 Year: 4Sr
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw time with the first team as a freshman. Used at tackle and guard in college.
Positives: Intelligent blocker with excellent awareness and technique. Works to bend his knees, stays square and works hard until the whistle blows. Displays vision, patience, and effectively uses angles. Solid position blocker and uses his hands to keep defenders from the action.
Negatives: Not explosive off the snap into run blocks, lacks adjustment and range. Has difficulty finishing blocks and best in a small area. Does not play with much balance and exploited by quick, nimble opponents.
Analysis: A versatile lineman who saw action at several blocking positions in college, Procter possesses a good feel for the game and understands the position. Durability and work ethic could help him latch on as an inexpensive backup, though he must improve his playing strength to have any real chance of sticking at the next level.
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