2014 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about Timmy Jernigan: Florida State, 6015 299 4.98. Junior entry. Sixteen starts over his career. An inside running lane road block. Top level inside instincts and agility. Good lateral quickness and hand use to stack and shed head-on running plays. Plays low and with leverage to hold his ground. A one-gap disruptive penetrator. Good interior instincts and tackle-to-tackle agility. Works through traffic to make a play. Presses the pocket and gets upfield push. Can also be a quick penetrator. Plays on his feet with good flexibility, base, and quick hands. Plays the inside gaps, mostly lining up over center. Smaller than the typical nose tackle, but plays low and powerful, making him tough to push back. Has outstanding footwork. Incredible quickness and speed for the position. Does a nice job of sending the initial punch with a strong pair of hands, keeping his base low so he can control the engagement with the blocker. Well-developed technique, knows how to get off blocks using moves and positioning. Will need to develop more lower body strength before being relied upon against NFL linemen. A disruptor who has several ways to beat a blocker. Despite his less than ideal height/weight numbers, he can play multiple roles along any defensive front. 2013 stats: 63 T, 11 TFL, 4.5 sacks. Edge speed:left 2.20, right 2.39. OSR:36/43. First/second round. (A- 31 5/8, H-9 5/8, BP-27, 10-1.76).