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Monday, January 30, 2012

Draft Rewind 2009 - Eugene Monroe - Jacksonville Jaguars

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about EUGENE MONROE: Virginia, 6052 309 5.18. Three-year starter. Looks the part. Rangy, long-armed, and athletic. Plays with a good base as a run blocker and pass protector. Shuffles his feet and mirrors pass rusher effortlessly. Needs more upper and lower body strength. Can be bull rushed. Plays up in a two-point preset stance in both the run and pass plays. Can redirect and shift his weight quickly to cut off opponent. Good use of hands in pass pro – quick, explosive punch, and good hand placement. Plays with knee bend and is always in a football leverage position. Stays square and shadows pass rusher. Position, wall off run blocker. Smooth in his pulls. Good body control and lateral agility. Cuts off inside slant move. Can block the edge – a definite requirement for a left tackle. Plays with a good combination of quickness, agility, and balance. Was awarded the coveted Jacob’s Blocking Trophy by a vote of the Atlantic Coast Conference head coaches and defensive coordinators. Flashes explosiveness in his plays. Huge hands. Gifted pass protector. Runs his feet on contact. OSR:17/47. Early first round. (A-33 7/8, H-11 1/8, BP-23, 10-1.75).