This class is filled with talent and will bring great value to your dynasty squad for the foreseeable future. Dave Heilman (@DynastyDorks) and I (@FFBourbonDude) brought you a ton of pre-combine profiles at each of the offensive skill positions. Now it’s time to get into our offensive lineman. Be sure to check out our NFL Draft Playlist on YouTube for our other stuff.
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Broderick Jones – NFL Rookie Draft
Height – 6’4″
Weight – 310 pounds
As a five-star recruit and number one overall tackle, Johnson anchored the offensive line of the last two seasons with the following accolades via the UGA Website.
2022: Associated Press All-SEC First-Team selection
2021: Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC Team
Offensive Line Pros
Quickness – Very quick off the line of scrimmage and able to engage blockers with good leverage.
Footwork – Seems very technically sound from a footwork perspective.
Pulling – He is really at his best when asked to pull and block in space in the run game.
Offensive Line Cons
Pass Blocking – He has the footwork and the quickness to be successful here but seems to duck his head and lean into blocks instead of using his base.
Hand Fighting – Sometimes doesn’t stay engaged with the blocker and can be swiped fairly easily.
Waits to Engage – Want to see him command the block instead of letting the defender engage first.
Broderick Jones NFL Player Comp
Tristan Wirfs with worse hands – OL Tampa Bay Buccaneers