He's a big ol' boy for starters.
Hansen is 6'6" and 315 lbs, but the young man carries it well. He has that odd blend of size and athleticism that every team is looking for out of their men up front.
Early in his career run blocking was his main strength, as he was a big body capable of opening holes for the Cougars running game.
The kid was a freshman All-American as well as an All-MWC player in the years to come. He could move bodies and while BYU struggled in figuring out their quarterback spot a season ago, Hansen was a steady body in the interior of the line.
For what BYU asks of Hansen, there really are no true weaknesses to his game.
He's a big body that moves defensive lineman and combos to the next level very well. Overall his game could use a bit more athleticism to really improve upon the work he does when pulling out of the interior.
That improvement in his game would help the Cougars move the ball a bit more laterally, in addition to their bread and butter— the straight-ahead run game.
*No meaningful tape available