2015 Draft Profile: OG Tre’ Jackson

A closer look at Florida State’s Tre’ Jackson and his draft profile.

Combine Numbers

40-yard dash: 5.52 seconds

Bench press:

Vertical jump: 25.0 inches

Broad jump: 96.0 inches

3-cone drill:

20-yard shuttle:

There’s no question that Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie enjoys a Florida State offensive lineman in the draft and Tre’ Jackson fits the mold. Offensive guard Tre’ Jackson played in 49 games (42 starts) and also played well at the 2015 Senior Bowl, earning South Team MVP honors.

Jackson possesses great leverage and strength to stand and steer defenders in a limited amount of space. Though he does need to work on his technique.

There’s no question the Raiders need a solid young offensive guard for the right side after selecting Gabe Jackson in the third round last year.


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