More Cowboys Draft Breakdown – Offensive Line Prospects

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This Draft is very deep with players along the Offensive Line. The 2013 class is very top heavy with five players along the offensive line in my Top 15 prospects overall, four players in the Top Ten, and three players in the Top Five. Because the Cowboys need players at every offensive line position, instead of breaking them down by position, I have decided to lump all of them together and put them in order based on their value as a prospect rather than split up by position. This will provide an ability to track the players as they come off the board during the Draft process.

Jan 4, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A

1. Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M – 6’6″ 306

Grade – 96 / Overall – 1 / Projected – Round 1

Strengths:Productive Left Tackle with height, flexibility, arm length and foot quickness required to be elite performer. Lines up in pre-set 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 edge blitz. Can snap his hips and dominate target. Physical Tools. Effective cut or position blocker on next level.

Weakness: Could add more violence to his game

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Topics: 2013 NFL Draft, 2013 NFL Draft Prospects, Dallas Cowboys, Offensive Linemen

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