Thanks for contacting us. Offensive Tackle, Alabama, SEC Measurables/Age: Age: 20 (5/17/1999) Height: 6’4 ¼” Weight: 312 lbs Hand Size: 10” Arm Size: 34 ¼” Wingspan: 83 ½” Stats: 2017: 11 games 2018: 15 games, 1 hit, 1 sack 2019: 15 games, 714 snaps, 3.5 hurries, 1 … Jedrick Wills made a total of 28 career starts for the Crimson Tide, including 27 straight. You can’t get pigeonholed and say, ‘Oh, you only play left or right tackle.’ You want guys to have positional flexibility as well as a scheme that supports that. OL Jedrick Wills Feb 26, 2020; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide offensive lineman Jedrick Wills (OL51) speaks to the media during the 2020 NFL Combine at the Indiana Convention Center.
The best-case scenario for the Giants is to trade down a few spots out of No. Arm Length: 34.25 inches.
Wirfs ran a 4.85-second 40-yard dash at the combine, far and away the best at his position group.
Of these four premier tackle prospects, who should the Giants value most? So let’s take a deep dive look at each of those players to see what might fit Arizona best. Class, what is the word of the day when it comes to the Giants and this draft? Wills is aggressive, but rarely out of control.
Making the case: Which offensive tackle should the New York Giants select? Had a team-high 12 tackles for loss and eight sacks in 2019. Privacy Notice Jedrick Wills Jr. The GM known for going after athletic standouts donned a Pat Tillman Cardinals jersey during his video call with reporters on Wednesday, a reminder that he wants guys who love the game of football over those who blow scouts away during 40-yard dashes. With quick feet and quick hands, he’s a compact but powerful tackle who like Wirfs could play guard and mostly played at right tackle — it should be noted that was the blind side for left-handed Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Humphries and inked right tackles Justin Murray and Marcus Gilbert to one-year deals this offseason, the best player on the board at No. Wills has a quick first step, even if he lacks overall speed, and while speed isn’t the “be all end all” for big men in the trenches, his 10-yard split of 1.81 is right where it needs to be. He certainly can excel outside and the biggest reason is his rare balance. From the comments on Wills, he’s got the drive. And if you’re the Cardinals, you can’t let your 5-10 franchise mobile quarterback continue to take 50 sacks per season.”, What Cardinals GM Steve Keim said: “You’ve got Becton, who is freakish and one of the most powerful and gives you that wow factor.”. (Previous picks: LB Isaiah Simmons, Clemson, OL Tristan Wirfs, Iowa, Wills). He’s a physical, aggressive drive blocker, he’s got a nasty streak. But he isn’t as light-footed or nimble as some of the other tackles he is competing here against and that shows up in pass protection. Your California Privacy Rights Of course, Keim wouldn’t say which of Tristan Wirfs, Jedrick Wills, Mekhi Becton or Andrew Thomas were his favorite. Wirfs recovers very quickly, almost always staying in balance and keeping his power base and feet under him. (Previous picks: OT Victor Johnson, Appalachian State, OL Jon Runvan, Michigan, LB Shaquille Quarterman, Miami). Better blocker on pass than run right now, which is uncommon. THE BEST INSIGHTS FROM THE ULTIMATE INSIDERS, Blue Rush: A NY Giants Podcast To go along with Becton’s mass, he also has very long arms and big powerful hands.
He posted a tackle combine record 36.5-inch vertical, beating all but 16 of the 46 wide receivers at this year’s combine with that mark.