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Very smart and cerebral blocker. Reportedly scored a 36 on his Wonderlic test. Plays with leverage. Good hand placement and keeps a wide base. Has a mean streak and finishes blocks. Excellent foot work and appears athletic on film. Good initial punch. Solid pass and run blocker.
Not as strong as you’d like. Can get over-powered by strong bull rushers. Has some trouble slipping off initial blocks and getting to the next level on linebackers. Has even more trouble blocking fast linebackers.
Asamoah is the type of guy you want on your NFL team. Smart, athletic and a hard worker with great character. Earned the Cook County Circuit Court – Black History Award for academics and community service. Very intelligent blocker than can understand complex schemes. Has the frame and build to be successful in the NFL, just needs to develop his functional strength on the field. Though Asamoah grades out to be a 2nd round pick, the value placed on the guard position will lower his draft day stock. He could hear his name called as early as the late 2nd round, but more likely somewhere in the 3rd.
Three year starter at Illinois.
Awards and Honors
2009: 2nd team All-Big 10.
Community health major at Illinois.
Suffered fractured shoulder blade on first day of Senior Bowl practice.
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