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Jarrett can be very disruptive in the backfield. QB's will visiting Grady Hospital often...

Matt Miller ‏@nfldraftscout 2m2 minutes ago The @AtlantaFalcons are crushing it. Pete Prisco ‏@PriscoCBS 5m5 minutes ago Love the Falcons pick of Jarrett. Fifth-round pick? Are you kidding me

We did not overpay for Grady Jarrett I promise. We now have 4 Fing starters and this guy is flat out of the Atkins/Donald mold. Did you hear me? Four freaking starters!! Now use the two 7ths to tr

Jake Rodgers

Position: Offensive Line

Height: 66″

Weight: 315

Experience: 12 games started for Washington State at various OL positions. Transferred to Eastern Washington and played in 10 games with four starts in 2013. Started 14 games in 2014 at RT.

Accolades: 2014 FCS Offfensive Line First Team All-American

Games Watched: Montana, Montana State, Illinois State, Northern Arizona

Chad Dinkins Projected Round: 6-UDFA

Pros

Rodgers is an athletic player who has moved around the offensive line throughout his career at both WSU and EWU. He shows great hands that are connected to his feet when he moves. Possesses adequate power when engaged with the athletic ability to get to the second level, and displays a nastiness when run blocking.

Cons

Played offensive tackle at EWU during an All-American season, but projects as a guard at the next level. His movements are stiff versus quick edge rushers. He gets off balancing by lunging when blocking outside. He needs to play with leverage more consistently rather than trying to overpower each player naturally.

Overall

Rodgers is an athletic player with good feet who excelled at the FCS level after competing at a young age at the FBS level. He was a tight end and all-state post player in high school, which translated to the football field with his smooth footwork. He needs to increase his strength, but has the ability and size to move inside and add depth to an offensive line, and possibly work into a starting role down the line.

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