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“There is not a weakness in Iupati's game when he's lined up at guard,” the Scouts Inc. trio wrote in their North Team practice report. “His quick first step, lateral quickness, and long arms make him a dominant force inside, and he is a nasty finisher who is not satisfied until defenders are on their backs.”Iupati’s play is no surprise to those of us who followed Idaho this season. In every game, even against top teams such as Boise State, Iupati was the most-dominant offensive lineman on the field. Almost no one got to Idaho quarterback Nathan Enderle from Iupati’s side of the line. He was a consensus All-American and the first Idaho All-American since 1957.