NFL Draft Scouting Report: Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse
NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: OT Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse. A native of Canada, he started playing football in high school in Quebec, becoming the first graduate to earn a scholarship to an NCAA Division I program. Played four seasons for Syracuse, the last two and a half years as the team's starting left tackle and captain.
Weight: 322 lbs
40 time: —
Matthew Bergeron Stats
11 games, 686 snaps.
NFL Draft Scouting Report: Strenghts
- Good starting tackle
- not bad against big defensive tackles
- strong physically
- agile enough to play against speedy edge rushers
- understands the game well
- athletic, quick to advance to second level
- has plenty of game experience
NFL Draft Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- Makes technical mistakes, often puts his head down too much
- plays less effectively in open space
- doesn't feel the snap very well, may lag
NFL Draft Scouting Report: Summary
Experienced tackle who has played on both sides of the line, has been a player in the starting lineup for four years. Matthew Bergeron is agile, good footwork, comfortable in zone transfer schemes. Relying more on technique on the field, although he has some issues with it. Might have to move to guard position at NFL level.