Jerome Carvin 2023 NFL Draft Scouting Report
- Mother served in the Navy and he was born in Guam
- Four-star recruit from Tennessee
- Started playing football at age 7
- Scheme tendencies: Spread
- 2022 projected role: Starting LG
Pros: Jerome Carvin has been a fixture on the Tennessee offensive line, logging considerable snaps at both left and right guard in addition to center. Carvin is a controlled technician that does well to stay square and get his body in good positions to win. A big-bodied blocker, Carvin absorbs power well and showcases a sturdy anchor—opponents won’t find success playing through him. Carvin is a coordinated blocker that plays within himself, rarely getting overextended or out of control.
Cons: Jerome Carvin is a technician and does well to position his frame but he isn’t overly dynamic in terms of power or mobility. I haven’t seen him create consistent displacement in the run game and he doesn’t offer much in the way of lateral movement skills or range. His movement skills are quite ordinary and tasking him with longer pulls and getting into space comes with inconsistency. Carvin has a tendency to be late and wide with his hands, which impacts his reach and leads to opponents being able to work into his frame.
Jerome Carvin NFL Draft Scouting Report by Joe Marino