2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about LUKE JURIGA: Western Michigan, 6033 298 5.25. Four-year starter, Aurora, IL. Earned first-team All-MAC honors the past two seasons. Starting experience at both guard and center. Son of former Broncos’ offensive lineman Jim Juriga. Luke is the kind of player who lacks ideal physical tools but will continually get the most out of his ability. He plays low to the ground with an incredibly strong base and active hands. His movement post-snap is efficient and smooth and when he gets out in space, he can make a real difference. Projects as a backup at the next level but could be a surprise-quality starter down the road. Stout but quick base. Tree-trunk thickness below the waist that he can bend well at the knees with a strong anchor. Able to swivel his hips to keep his forward momentum efficient and powerful. Packs a mighty punch on contact. Productive blocker on the move that can pull laterally after snapping the ball. Very accurate hand placement with the attention to detail on keeping them strong and inside. Consistent balance and effort keeps him between the defender and his target. Undersized even considering the position he plays. Short arms. Needs to fix a minor set up issue with his feet. Doesn’t get a lot of forward movement against nose tackles. Has the potential of getting overwhelmed and pushed backward. Needs more upper body pop. Not invited to Combine. Seventh round/PFA. (A-30 5/8, H-9 1/8, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).