2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MICHAEL JORDAN: Ohio State, 6057 312 5.28. Junior entry and three year starter from Canton, MI. Was the first true freshman to start right away on the offensive line for Ohio State in 23 years when the great Orlando Pace did so. He was a Freshman All-American and followed that with two All Big 10 performances in consecutive years at different positions. Doesn’t play with the ideal quickness of a center and he did struggle with shotgun snaps. Best projects at right guard in a scheme where he won’t need to move laterally often. His size and power are natural and ever-present. Does a lot of little things right but he will need to improve balance and quickness before he can be thrown into the fire. Plus-size on all levels with a well-proportioned body. Thick, but athletic lower body and minimal softness above the waist. Length is above average for interior players. Plays lower than his man despite almost always being the taller player. Stems from outstanding flexibility in his lower body and a wide base. Has a really wide wingspan and plays even wider. A tough guy to get around. Very stout, plays with a heavy base and can plant himself into the ground like an oak tree when pass blocking. Bear-paw mitts that can control and stifle defenders. Versatile experience with plenty of action at both center and guard. Struggles with second level defenders. Balance isn’t always there. OSR:14/ 39. Third/fourth round. (A-34 1/4, H-10, BP-19, 10-1.86).