2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JACK ANDERSON: Texas Tech, 6046 309 5.20. Four-year starter, Frisco, TX. Began his career as a freshman All America. Started 38 games over his career, all at right guard. Second-team All Big 12 in 2018, first-team in 2020. He missed most of 2019 with a shoulder injury. Came back strong last fall, proving that he was healthy and capable of playing at the next level. Will fight © Copyright 2021 OURLADS’ Scouting Services 24 OFFENSIVE LINEMEN Positional Directory OURLADS Scouting Services an uphill battle. Has short arms, and it shows up on tape. Doesn’t have an overly impressive toolbox when it comes to size and athletic ability, but he is a natural competitor with a nasty punch. May need to make a move to center. Projects to being a backup at the next level with the potential of developing into a valuable sixth lineman. Gets off the ball well. Violent player that will get a solid initial strike while maintaining quality balance. Strong, twitchy hands. Will make the effort to get and keep his hands inside. Effective at the second level. Gets on the linebacker in space while staying square and under control. Can adjust his weight with ease, will play the game with his feet. Can mirror, will keep himself between the ball carrier and his target. Easy and natural bend at the knees. Lacks a quality reach. Short arms that will get exploited by a savvy, veteran pass rusher when left alone on an island. Struggles to sustain quality contact with his man. Gets thrown off his center of gravity when matched up against pro-caliber power. Spends too much time on the ground. Needs to strengthen his base and find ways to make himself play longer. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 5/8, H-10, BP-27, 10-NA).