2022 NFL Draft Profiles: Best Of The Rest From The Mountain West

2022 NFL Draft Profiles: Best Of The Rest From The Mountain West

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2022 NFL Draft Profiles: Best Of The Rest From The Mountain West

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2022 NFL Draft: The Best of the Rest of the Mountain West Prospects By School

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San Diego State

The Aztecs have a pair of linebackers, Andrew Aleki and Segun Olubi, hoping to make the jump to the pros. Aleki started the majority of the team’s games over the past three seasons as an outside linebacker while Olubi spent time both inside and outside in 2021. Neither was as disruptive as past prospects like Miles Burris and Kyahva Tezino, but Olubi ran a blistering 4.44 40 with a 34.5-inch vertical at his pro day and added some intrigue to what he might do at six feet and 225 pounds.

San Diego State also has two defensive linemen in the mix, Jalil Lecky and Sefo Mailangi, but neither established themselves as starters and thus are more fringier candidates to stick. Lastly, offensive lineman Dominic Gudino proved to be a valuable chess piece in his time with the ‘Tecs, starting games at center and guard over the past four years while also serving as a team captain for a time. He may have the intangibles and flexibility to compete for a roster spot.

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