04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Raiders' picks: 3/95 - Tony Bergstrom, G-T, 6-5, 313, Utah...The Raiders like his maturity, versatility and passion. Agile enough to be successful in zone blocking scheme, he'll open as a guard but can move if necessary. - The Sports Xchange
A first-team All-Pac-12 right tackle, Bergstrom impressed at the Senior Bowl with toughness and athleticism. His short, 31 3/8-inch arms makes him an easy target, but he has the work ethic and size to warrant a long look as a mid-round developmental target.
Positives: Mature, seasoned right tackle. Has the agility, technique and size to contribute early in his professional career. Quick, active hands to latch on to defenders. Adequate foot quickness to remain outside. Can get to the second level with surprising agility when adjusting to moving defenders. Underrated athleticism, agility, balance and even straight-line speed to contribute. Impressed at guard and tackle at the Senior Bowl.
Negatives: Susceptible to speed rushers. Has only average quickness off the snap and doesn't possess the acceleration or arm length to corral defenders once they cross his face. Anticipates speed rushers attacking the edge and will over-set to the outside, leaving inside rushing lanes wide open for defenders to jab-step outside and re-direct through the gap. Drops his head too often on contact, which causes problems against swim moves. Went on a two-year LDS mission following high school and will turn 26 in August