A top-level athlete at the position, Mike Pouncey (6'5", 303 pounds, two seasons) can do it all. One of the best strengths to his game is his ability to read and recognize blitzes pre-snap. Once the ball is in play, Pouncey is exceptional at anchoring to hold his ground. He has a quick first move and can jump to his base without losing leverage. He’s strong enough to stand his ground and rarely gets moved back into the quarterback.
Pouncey is a strong moving center in the run game. Off the snap, he does well to angle block to the left or right, and when attacking defenders from the side, he’s very good at driving and sealing off lanes. When asked to simply take on a defender head-up, Pouncey can sometimes struggle with leverage in the run game. He’s better at holding his ground than moving players backward.
One of the most complete centers in the NFL, Pouncey does a great job for the Dolphins no matter the down or distance. For him to take the next step and become an elite player, all he needs is more time and more experience.
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