2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JACOB OHNESORGE: South Dakota State, 6022 291 5.19. Four-year starter and three-time captain from Waunakee, WI. Was a 2017 first-team FCS All-America and all-conference player. Started 53 consecutive games. A gritty and consistent run/pass blocker who works out of the shotgun in a spread offensive scheme. A knee bender with explosive leg drive, hip roll, and shock strength. Good contact balance to control and drive his assignment. Locks out and gets his hands inside a defender’s frame. Good body control and the ability to recover. The athletic and stocky center plays with a good base and in a football leverage position. Always lands on his feet. Quick hands to stab, punch, and control the action. Ohnesorge can redirect and shift his weight quickly. Mentally tough competitor to concentrate and focus on his job. Consistent to make mental adjustments on the move. Drives down the interior defender with attitude and aggression. Skilled zone blocker who hustles and works to finish the play. Good eyes and awareness. Head on a swivel. Consistent shotgun snaps. At the East-West Shrine practices he was the only interior blocker who could consistently handle the inside quickness of Poona Ford (Texas), PJ Hall (Sam Houston State), and James Looney (California). His initial contact, quick reacts, easy light feet, and functional play strength stymied their inside penetration. Lacks desired measurables, but so did Jackrabbit great and NFL Hall of Famer, Jim Langer. Not invited to Combine. Pro day numbers: 32/VJ, 9-1/BJ, 4.46/SS, 7.87/3 cone. Seventh round/ PFA. (A-31 3/8, H-9 1/4, BP-28, 10-1.78).