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Dan Feeney | 67

OG | Indiana | New York Jets
Ht: 6040 / 6' 04" | Wt: 304 | Upd: 05/26/2021

Vitals

Birth Date: 05/29/1994
Age: 27
Original Team: LAC
NFL Entry: 17 03 071
NFL Exp: 4
Depth Chart Key: U/LAC
Team History: LAC NYJ

Player History

06/17 LAC D/C signed
03/21 LAC UFA
03/21 NYJ UFA signed

Ourlads' Profile:

2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DAN FEENEY: Indiana, 6040 304 5.27. Four-year starter from Orland Park, IL. Started the first 41 games at right guard and the final five at right tackle. In those 46 games he allowed just two sacks in 3355 snaps. An athletic and physical quick-footed zone blocking leader of the Hoosiers’ offensive line. Good change of direction and weight transfer when pass protecting or blocking down on a penetrating defender. Good body control and space adjustment when pulling and blocking on the move. Bounces out initially, get the proper depth and follows through. Good lateral agility and quickness to secure defenders away from the play. An intense effort and hustle player. A good one-on-one blocker who is consistent on combo blocks to the second level. A competitor who moves his feet on contact. Plays with leverage and flexible knee bend. A football smart and aware talent who can redirect and recover if he is initially beaten. Keeps his hands inside and glued to the defender’s breast plate. Won’t get away with some things power wise in the NFL that he did in college. Missed 4+ games in 2016 with a concussion and also missed all of 2013 with a foot injury. After making several freshman All-America teams in 2012, he sat out the next season with a foot injury. After that, he went on to become a two-time team captain, an All-America, and anchor of the Hoosiers’ offensive line. His future is inside in the NFL, but he did fill in at right tackle when needed. Gets by on good initial contact and high on the field IQ. Understands important nuances to protecting the passer and staying on his man as a run blocker. His best fit is in a zone blocking scheme where a team can let him move laterally and not have to drive defenders backward. Senior Bowl notes: Does a good job initially to engage defender and lock them up with a two-arm extension. Has a tendency to get a wide base which may cause him balance problems at times. On the ground too much. Works to finish. Best in zone blocking scheme. OSR:17/41. Second/third round. (A- 33 3/8, H-10 1/4, BP-26, 10-1.82).