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2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: OT Jedrick Wills

Big Board ranking: #29

Positional ranking: #4



Position: OT

College: Alabama

Class: Junior

Age: 20



Height: 6’4 1/4”

Weight: 312 lbs.

Arm length: 34 1/4”

Hand size: 10”


Athletic testing

40-yard dash: 5.05 sec.

Vertical jump: 34.5”

Broad jump: 113.0”

Bench press: N/A

3-cone drill: N/A

Short shuttle: 4.84 sec.



Elite athleticism and power. Ideal build with prototypical length. Tremendous technique in pass protection. Pass sets are quick and balanced. Great feet and mirror skills. Keeps a strong base and is ready to strike. Extremely quick recovery slide when rushers have a step. Very strong hands. Strikes are accurate. Uses length and natural strength to push guys around. Able to get the job done in the running game thanks to pure power. Usually does just enough to make a block. Easily transitions from target to target. Skillset suggest untapped potential as a run blocker. Has a nastiness to his game. Shows fire. Best performance came against LSU. Only started at right tackle but should be able to play both sides.



Lacks awareness in pass protection. Needs to be better against blitzes and stunts. Should be better in space based on athletic ability. Doesn’t always get significant drive at the point of attack. Legs aren’t fully engaged when run blocking. Would like to see more consistency from game to game.


NFL comparison

Dion Dawkins



Overall, Wills is an exceptional pass protector and has the ability to become a dominant run blocker based on his power, athleticism, and size. In a top-heavy class for offensive tackles, Wills’ upside makes him a worthy selection in the middle of the first round.


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