Found April 03, 2013 on
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One of the main concerns, when projecting the NFL draft, is the uncertainty of where a player is going to land. It is an educated guess, and everyone has one.
One projection that everyone seems to be on the same page with is of the destiny of Texas A&M offensive tackle, Luke Joeckel.
According to NFL.com “Luke is a technician with an athletic build, Joeckel excels as a pass protector for the Aggies and displays enough of a temper in the run game to be one of the top picks in this draft class, and a long-time NFL starter at left tackle, especially as he continues to add bulk in an NFL strength and conditioning program.” Looking at the NFL Mock Draft Database, 87% have Luke Joeckel going to the Kansas City Chiefs overall.... Read more
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