Aboushi is a strong, aggressive blocker with good football instincts. He has a good frame for the position, but looks a little too big and slow to be a left tackle and isn't compact enough to play guard.
He'll need to improve his agility and footwork, because he isn't a great natural athlete and can get beaten around the edge at times. He can run block and pass block equally well, which makes a possible move to right tackle advantageous.
He has heavy, violent hands, and can do some serious work when he lands one on a defender's chest. His stamina has to get a little better though, because he breaks down when he gets tired and tends to stand up straight too often.
But his experience will be enticing to NFL teams. He played in six games as a true freshman, then started every game after that in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
Like what I see based on Tony's evaluation on DraftInsider. Seems like a poor man's D'Brick. Tony had him rated as a 3rd rounder and his 8th overall tackle. I think I remember at Senior Bowl they said he could be a guard too.
Usually the offensive linemen later in the draft suck at pass blocking. This is actually Aboushi's strength. Like that he's a local guy too.