2012 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BEN JONES: Georgia, 6025 303 5.35. Four-year starter who is equally proficient as a run blocker and pass protector. Experienced at both the conventional exchange or shotgun. An explosive knee bender with a strong leg drive and the ability to roll his hips. Good body control and recoverability. Can regain body control and balance. Redirects and shifts weight quickly to defeat an opponent. Quick pivot, turn, and run to the perimeter on a pull. Can adjust on the run. Takes the proper depth and approach to his target. Consistent follow through and finish. Possesses a sudden six-inch punch to control defender. Good lateral agility and short area quickness versus slant moves. Good effort and hustle to block target on second level or perimeter. Takes good angles. In pass pro he can change direction with natural body control. Plays with attitude and aggression. Good base, balance, and finish ability. Can shift his weight quickly and gain an advantage but he struggled in the Senior Bowl game with the power players like Alameda Ta’amu. Plays well and aware when no one was on his nose. Cuts off the inside moves with good lateral agility. Has a unique pre-game ritual of warming up barefoot. OSR:39/48. Third/ fourth round. (A-32 1/2, H-9 5/8, BP-29, 10-1.84).