"SDC: Has your feedback from NFL teams led you to believe you’re probably going to be a guard or center on the next level?
JB: Yeah, I would say probably 60 percent of the teams I have talked to are saying guard or center for me
. Some have said, ‘Oh, you could play tackle in a pinch.’ You can only have about seven or eight [lineman] active on game days, so they want someone who can be versatile and play multiple positions.
Forty percent of the teams are saying they would start me at tackle and see what happens. They said they only would move me inside if it didn’t work out at tackle. It has been mixed reviews in that aspect, but I would say I am being viewed as more of an inside guy right now."http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/shutdown- ... 55259.html
Like I said, "about half the NFL clubs he's talked to view him as a guard/center at the next level with the other half willing to try him at tackle first and move him if he can't handle it."
It makes a difference if Seattle is looking for a tackle and not a guard. The fact that over 60% of NFL scouts and GMs he's talked to think he's an inside offensive lineman and NOT a tackle suggest he might
not fit Cable's system at RT as easy as some people think, despite who he played against.