I got to see him in his original CB position after a long time of him playing as LSB. He was reliable on defense, specially with his BB (if I guide by this match, I'd say it's nearer to 85 or so) and Resp to cut passes. He was good on 1vs1 marking, but it was mainly due to his physical strenght against the weak Instituto strikers. In 3-4 moments, he got the ball and dribbled -with no great explosive power nor TS/ACC/DS- past the midfield line. His Mentality looked good along the whole match, keeping his level every moment and considering Ferro's defensive tactics which made them play in their field most of the game. In this match his TS/ACC/EP looked around 75 or even whites, but I've got the image of him having decent ones when playing on the left side.
Instituto vs Brown. Replaced Dematei as LSB. I confirm that he can display a good speed for a guy of his size when playing on the side, although he could use a minimal decrease in TS/ACC. He got forwards sometimes with decision, even when the team was with one less player and the most common would have been him keeping only in his defensive role. Hadn't trouble in dealing with Fabro defense.
Instituto vs Independiente Rivadavia & Banfield: keeps a good level, I think indeed the defensive line is better with him instead of Masuero. He's solid and I keep what I've wrote previously. He has decision to get the ball and carry it when there are no easy passes to start the attacking moves. His technique is not much refined, but his da is decent and compensates his lack of explosive power. TS seems better than ACC by some points, as his first meters aren't as good as in long distances, when maybe by inertia can develop a good speed