Wayne Hunter’s Potential Replacement? Jets Draft Spotlight Levy Adock

The Jets need a right tackle. There is no dispute. Anyone who watched Wayne Hunter wave as defenders ran bye him know this is the truth. Is anyone feeling better to know that Vladimir Ducasse will provide him competition? I know I don’t. For pete’s sake he nearly got Mark Sanchez killed several times during training camp the last couple of years. However, a late round replacement that could fit the bill is Levy Adock, tackle from Oklahoma State.

Read his full scouting report at nflmocks.com.  Here are some of his particulars:

He weighs in at 6’6″ 322 pounds.

Pros: He is best suited to play RT, and can start(which would make Jets fans really happy).  He is a nasty run blocker that is adept at really driving through his blocks

Cons: His first step is a little bit slow, so he may struggle against some of the quicker pass rushers initially.

 

 

Take a look at some video of Adock, and you be the judge. It’s a little fuzzy but you can make Adock out (#73)

He appears to be an athletic, and aggressive blocker. Unlike Wayne Hunter, Adock appears to be able to actually block somebody, which makes him a flying leap forward for the Jets on the right side. They need to beef up the offensive line to get back to ground and pound. As a late round selection, Adock would be a great value to the New York Jets.

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What do you think?  Do you like Adock for the Jets?  Please feel free to debate.

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Topics: 2012 Nfl Draft, Alan Schechter, Levy Adock, NY Jets, Ny Jets Draft, Oklahoma State University, Right Tackle, Vladimir Ducasse, Wayne Hunter

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