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Siliga decided to skip his senior season at Utah and enter the draft, which doesn't seem like a wise decision at this point. Siliga was never rated very high on draft boards, making his decision to leave early a bit perplexing. The defensive lineman finished with 41 tackles and 1.5 sacks as a junior, earning honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference for the second straight season. Siliga had only 2.5 sacks in three seasons at Utah, proving his pass-rushing skills are modest at best and will need drastic improvement at the next level. It will be tough for him to crack a regular rotation in the NFL, and his skills seem to be limited to the 4-3 defense. Siliga does have good size and can be a force against the run at times. However, he doesn't possess much quickness and gets a late start off the snap. He doesn't get much penetration into the backfield and often needs the play to come to him. Siliga has trouble getting away from blocks, lacking counter moves. It would have been wise to stay one more season at Utah, and it looks like Siliga will go undrafted or be a late-round pick.