The 2013 NFL Scouting Combine is underway in Indianapolis and Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel is regarded as one of, if not the best prospect in the 2013 NFL Draft.
As of now, the o-line prospects are running through drills. Joeckel and the rest of the offensive lineman are up today and we just got to see him run his first forty:
Here’s his scouting report via NFL Mocks
Big, long, athletic offensive lineman who could potentially be the best player in the country at the left tackle position. After being recruited by some of the best colleges in the country, Joeckel chose Texas A&M where he won the starting job as a freshman and has started every game since. He is a force at the left tackle position who has great feet and is able to handle anything that comes his way on opposing defensive lines. Named to the All Big 12 freshman team and first team All-Big 12 in his first two seasons as an Aggie, and picking up where he left off as a sophomore. If he chooses to enter the 2013 NFL Draft, he could be the first offensive lineman taken. Despite his length, doesn’t play too high and does a good job bending his knees and using his long arms to supplement his form. There is certainly plenty for him to work on, as he’s an unfinished product, but Joeckel is an early candidate to be the first OT off the board in April if he declares.