2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JEDRICK WILLS JR: Alabama, 6042 312 5.09. Junior entry, two-year starter, Lexington, KY. Earned first-team All SEC and second-team All America honors in 2019 as a right tackle. Was the most physical blocker in the run game on the Crimson Tide offensive line but also turned heads with his quality, consistent performance as a pass blocker. It can be hard to locate a true dent in his armor outside of the fact he can get out-reached by longer defenders. His footwork and hands are as sure as it gets and he plays with an ever-present competitive streak that every team wants in the trenches. Has the look of a first-year starter who could move inside as needed. Powerfully built and fully capable of taking on downhill contact while in a standstill position. Creates and maintains a wide, sturdy base. Feet are lightning-quick and always active. Maintains strong position throughout the engagement with his man. Knees and hands are kept inside. Stays square to his target with more than enough knee bend and is rarely caught out of position or off balance. Has elite burst out of his snap and converts that explosion into power. Competitive spirit. Loves to take on the role of a lead blocker and personal protector. Length appears to be an issue against bigger, more powerful defenders. Has a hard time protecting his chest and it will cause him to play from an initial deficit. Seems slow to mentally react and see stunts and twists. Zeroes in on his initial target and will lose track of late, lateral movement. OSR:10/41. First round. (A-34 1/4, H-10, BP-DNP, 10-1.81).