Ole Miss Offensive Guard John Jerry

A versatile lineman, Jerry has the skills to play both guard and tackle at the next level. National Football Post

Print This April 03, 2010, 08:44 AM EST

John Jerry: No. 77, OG, 6-5, 350

A king-sized lineman who plays RT on the Ole Miss offense, Jerry simply lacks the athleticism to consistently reach the corner vs. speed off the edge. He showcases good lateral mobility and redirection skills for his size but lacks the quickness to hold up on the outside in the NFL. He has the makings of a physical inline guard at the next level where he can use his power and strength to maul defenders in the run game. Jerry possesses long, strong arms and powerful hands. Once he locks on in the run game, he does a great job pumping his legs and driving defenders off the ball. He can certainly anchor at the point of attack in the pass game, and once he gets his hands on an opponent, the battle is over. He is a Leonard Davis-type guard at the next level.

Grade: 6.9

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