The Measurables

Logan Bruss

G – #60 Wisconsin

HT: 6050
WT: 319
ARM: 3300
HAND: 1100

Year: Redshirt Junior
High School: Kimberly (Kimberly, WI)
HS Rating: 3 star (0.8656)
Phil Steele: PS#83

Logan Bruss scouting report

Average speed for a man of his size and stature at best. Wasn’t asked to pull very often. Lateral quickness is good, but not great. Not particularly strong, but has suitable strength to contain the block. Displays excellent bend. Bruss has a polished base that he controls at all times well.

Recovers extremely well at times. Very difficult to beat in an assignment. However, when he get’s faced with more intense pushing, he struggles to keep his feet. Hand placement flashes good, but is inconsistent. Shows adequate strength as a run blocker, getting just enough push to impact the play. Hands aren’t spread enough, doesn’t have the strength to move defenders by grabbing their shoulder pads. Has to use push method.

Doesn’t impact the second level like I’d like to see. Wisconsin runs mostly a zone blocking scheme. From the examples on tape that I have observed, Bruss appears to be very knowledgeable and well versed in the system and knows what to expect from different defensive alignments and stunts. Reacts quickly to the play. Continually picks up extra assignments and handles them well. Passes off stunting defenders with ease.

Pre-Combine projection

Logan Bruss played right tackle at Wisconsin but looks much better suited to play inside at guard due to his lack of quickness overall. He has all of the characteristics of a late round pick, but will have to work through a deep class to get there.

The issue is that Bruss lacks a clear, defining trait. Overall, he’s good for the most part, but has a lot of pieces that are missing. We want to see him test well and show us some promise that he can put those pieces together at the next level.

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By John Vogel

NFL Draft Analyst. Dad.

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