Draft Rewind 2013 – Luke Joeckel – Jacksonville Jaguars

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about LUKE JOECKEL: Texas A&M, 6060 306 5.30. Junior entry. Three-year starter at left tackle. Productive and reliable. Has the height, flexibility, arm length, and foot quickness required for a top performer. Lines up in a preset stance ready to pass protect or block down. Has quick enough feet to kick step and shuffle. Good balance and use of hands. Alert picking up the edge blitz. Can snap his hips and dominate the target. Physical tools. Effective cut or position blocker on the second level. Could add more violence to his game and core anchor strength. Not a road grader in the running game. An experienced zone blocking tackle who is fundamentally and technically sound. Won the Outland Trophy as the nation’s top blocker as well as the SEC’s Jacobs’ Blocking Trophy as the top offensive lineman. Heisman winner Johnny Manziel helped slow down pass rushers because of his unique skill set, which in turn helped Joeckel. Good durability. Has the talent to start the minute he is drafted. OSR:21/49. Top 5 pick. (A-34 1/4, H-10 1/8, BP-27, 10-1.88). CAMP NOTES: Luke Joeckel steps in immediately as a starter opposite Eugene Monroe at right tackle. He was a three year starter at left tackle and may return to that position when Monroe’s contract is up. Joeckel is reliable and productive with good height, flexibility, arm length, and foot quickness. He plays with good balance and use of hands. He can snap his hips and dominate the target. Fundamentally and technically sound, he has good physical tools.

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