PROS: Fluid athlete with nimble feet and easy lateral mobility. He can work back inside and reach block three techniques and he has terrific range in the run game. Smooth feet enable him to frame pass rushers and mirror - he’s pretty patient in pass protection and he isn’t easily drawn out of his sets. Like his tempo working into blocks and he plays with good bend. Keeps a consistent base and he redirects nicely. Positional blocker in the run game with the movement skills needed to execute in wide zone concepts. Deliberate about placing, fitting and keeping his hands fit.
CONS: You wish he had more mass, length and power. Has to get stronger to reach his potential at the next level. Needs to be more committed about keeping his pads low and maximizing his play strength. Body control doesn’t impress and more power is needed in his core to improve his contract balance.
BEST TRAIT - Mobility
WORST TRAIT - Functional Strength
RED FLAGS - None
Auburn offensive tackle Jack Driscoll began his career at UMass. He graduated in three seasons and transferred to Auburn where he started every game in 2018 and 2019 at right tackle. From a mobility and technique standpoint, Driscoll absolutely hits the mark. The challenge ahead for Driscoll is getting stronger so that he can survive exchanging power in the trenches in the NFL. If he can do so, Driscoll is a wonderful projection to a starting role in a zone run scheme that may offer the ability to play inside at guard.