2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about RODERICK JOHNSON: Florida State, 6066 298 4.89. Junior entry from Florissant, MO. Three-year starter at left tackle. Two-time winner of the Jacobs’ Trophy as the top offensive lineman in the ACC. Passes the eye test as a future NFL offensive tackle. Good length and a frame that can carry another 20 pounds of good weight. Has quick feet and lateral quickness to excel as a pass protector. His extra long arms and big hands are two of his biggest assets to control a speed or power rusher. Not a stiff. Has loose hips and plays with a lot of energy. Will hustle downfield to make a second block in the run game. Plays on his feet and plays square in pass pro. Stays engaged with his hands locked to the breast plate of his assignment. Can recover if initially beaten. Can handle corners in space. Can be walked back if he loses his knee bend. Question awareness and slow reactions at times. Excellent lateral mover, makes an impact at the second level. Too often trying to play catch up and simply doesn’t have the power to do so. Must be more technique conscious. Has the frame and tool set to excite coaches and scouts alike, but his performance was so up and down, back and forth. His main issues revolve around strength and technique, two things that can be developed. There is upside with him, but also many holes. Pro day numbers: 29.5/VJ, 8-7/BJ, 4.94/SS, 7.95/3 cone. Medical exclusion at Combine, pec strain and the flu. Third/ fourth round. (A-36, H-10 3/4, BP-DNP, 10-1.79).