As a freshman, Bergeron started in five of 12 games at right tackle; making him the first Syracuse freshman to do so in almost 20 years. Mid way through the 2020 season, Bergeron moved to left tackle where he started the final eight games before taking over the role full time for the rest of his college career.
Bergeron would be best fit as a guard at the next level as opposed to tackle. He has a particular nastiness to him that will fair well at the next level. He's a dynamic run blocker who already displays a pro level technique in that facet of his game.
He's inconsistent as a pass blocker. He needs to improve hand placement and his footwork. Bergeron gives up too much ground against bull rushes and was beaten fairly consistently against combo moves.
Bergerons more polished as a run blocker than he is as a pass blocker. His best option at the next level would be a transition to guard.