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Brandon Scherff | 68

OG | Iowa | Jacksonville Jaguars
Ht: 6045 / 6' 05" | Wt: 315 | Upd: 09/15/2023


Birth Date: 12/26/1991
Age: 31
Original Team: WAS
NFL Entry: 15 01 005
NFL Exp: 9
Depth Chart Key: U/Was
Team History: WAS JAX

Player History

05/15 WAS D/C signed
11/18 WAS IR 10
12/19 WAS IR 16
03/20 WAS FP
04/20 WAS FP signed
09/20 WAS IR 3
10/20 WAS IR/DFR 6
10/20 WAS activated 6
03/21 WAS FP
03/21 WAS FP signed
07/21 WAS Covid-19
08/21 WAS activated
12/21 WAS Covid-19
12/21 WAS activated 16
03/22 WAS UFA
03/22 JAX UFA signed

Ourlads' Profile:

2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BRANDON SCHERFF: Iowa, 6045 319 5.05. Three-year starter from Denison, IA. Punishing run blocker who generates tremendous, dominating power on the move. Tenacious and consistently aggressive. Stays upright with good knee bend as he shuffles to the edge in pass protection. Has the athleticism to mirror the pass rusher and keep himself squared up. Athletic, with quick feet. Comfortable in space and it doesn’t take much for him to completely blow a linebacker up and push him out of the play when moving on to the second level. Can reach and seal off a defender in either direction. Swings his hips in to the hole and anchors his position. Versatile blocker with a developed skill set. Outland Award winner as the best offensive lineman in the country. Interesting athletic background that explains some of his physical traits. He was a 5 sport athlete in high school which included a couple years of playing quarterback. When his balance is in the right place, Scherff looks like one of the most dominant linemen in the nation. There are holes in his game when it comes to consistency of mechanics with hand and foot placement that he needs to refine. Will get a shot at right tackle on the next level, but has the talent to be a Pro Bowl guard like former Hawkeye Marshal Yanda of the Ravens. Moves equally as well out of a three or two point stance. A competitor who plays with a good shoulder width base and mirrors the pass rusher up the field. Plays with a good two arm extension in pass pro. Has the feet to run over a blitzing safety. Plays square with good knee bend. Physical when he gets his hands on a defensive end. Sets the edge as a zone blocking tackle. OSR:13/41. Right hamstring strain during drills. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-11, BP-23, 10-1.75).