Regarding Foltz's strength:
CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman as one of this year's "Freak" athletes due to his incredible weight-room strength. Foltz is credited with a bench press of 580 pounds, an 800 pound squat, an incline bench of 530 pounds and a 430 pound clean and jerk. Analysis
STRENGTHS: Thick, wide frame, ideal for playing inside at the next level. Impressive punch off the snap, exhibiting elite natural strength and hand power. Isn't content just locking and sustaining, but would rather punch and rag-doll his opponent through the play. Has the ability to take on more than one defender at a time, using quick, explosive hands to switch between opponents. Displays adequate flexibility when asked to anchor and hold position against the bull rush. Good awareness to pick up the blitz or stunt when multiple rushers are in his vicinity.
WEAKNESSES: Not a quick-twitch athlete, and appears sluggish coming off the snap at times. Lacks fluidity laterally, and will stop moving his feet to rely solely on upper body at times in pass protection, leaving him vulnerable to counter moves. Doubles over at the waist too frequently off the snap, and allows his weight too far forward. While the weight room says Foltz possesses rare lower-body strength, he struggles to consistently generate leverage with his lower half, and is only marginally effective as a drive-blocker. Isn't very quick to the second level, and struggles to break down in space and square up against quicker, more agile defenders.
COMPARES TO: Rob Sims, OG, Detroit Lions - Like Sims, Foltz possesses world class weight-room strength that doesn't always seem to translate to the football field. However, he does possess some natural bend and hand technique that suggest he could be a real force at the next level if he continues to develop. His footwork and lack of athleticism would say he's a mid-late round pick, but if he is able to improve his technique and couple it with his phenomenal strength, he could be a long-term starter at guard in the NFL.
-- Derek Stephens CBSsports.com More "analysis" from a Cowboys draft site.