Jake Matthews: Durability, agility, stats

Jake Matthews's durability and agility issues, blocking stats and high school history.


INJURY REPORT
No injuries listed.

AGILITY TESTS
5.07 in the 40-yard dash…1.75 10-yard dash…2.94 20-yard dash…4.47 20-yard shuttle…
7.34 three-cone drill…30 1/2-inch vertical jump…8'-9" broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 24 times…33 3/8-inch arm length…9 7/8-inch hands…79 ½-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Jake Matthews attended Elkins (Missouri City, Tex.) High School, playing football for head coach Robert Crivellari…Consensus All-American selection…Garnered first-team All-District and All-Greater Houston honors…Received a five-star prospect rating from Scout.com, as that recruiting service regarded him as the best offensive guard in the nation.

PERSONAL
Matthews is a university studies major in the Mays Business School…Son of Carrie and Bruce Matthews…Comes from a long line of football players. His grandfather, William Clay Matthews, Sr., is a former offensive tackle for four seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. His career was interrupted by the Korean War, and Matthews became a paratrooper for the Army's 82nd Airborne Division. In 1953, he returned to the 49ers for three more seasons. He played college football at Georgia Tech and was selected in the 25th round of the 1949 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams, but never played for them…Clay Sr.'s son and Jake's uncle, William Clay Matthews, Jr., was a linebacker who played for the Cleveland Browns and the Atlanta Falcons. Matthews was the first round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 1978 and played 19 seasons and 278 games in the NFL (17th most in NFL history)….
Clay Sr.'s other son and Jake's father, Bruce, was an offensive guard who played nineteen seasons for the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans after he was selected in the first round of the 1983 NFL Draft. He is currently the offensive line coach for Tennessee…Jake's cousin and Clay Jr.'s son, Clay III, is a linebacker for the Green Bay Packers and the four-time Pro Bowler was drafted by the Packers 26th overall in the 2009 NFL Draft…The next generation of Matthews relatives in the NFL include Clay III's younger brother, Casey, who is a linebacker playing for the Philadelphia Eagles…Jake's older brother, Kevin, was also an offensive lineman for Texas A&M. He was not drafted coming out of college in 2010, but suited up for both Tennessee and Washington the last three seasons…Back on the Aggies' campus is Kevin and Jake's younger brother, Mike, a sophomore who started on the same line as Jake at center last season…Born 2/11/92…Resides in Missouri City, Texas.

JAKE MATTHEWS-TEXAS A&M 2013 SEASON

BLOCKING STATISTICAL PERFORMANCE CHART

OPPONENT

SO

AS

TK

TFL

SACK

PRS

KB

GRD

Rice

02

00

02

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

10

99

Sam Houston
State

02

00

02

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

09

95

Alabama

00

01

01

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

08

90

SMU

01

02

03

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

09

93

Arkansas

01

01

02

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

10

98

Mississippi

00

02

02

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

09

89

Auburn

00

01

01

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

10

89

Vanderbilt

03

01

04

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

08

84

Texas-El Paso

02

02

04

00.0-00

00.0-00

00

13

 100

Mississippi St.

02

01

03

01.0-07

01.0-07

01

10

87

Louisiana St.

02

01

03

01.0-05

00.0-00

00

12

85

Missouri

03

00

03

01.0-10

01.0-10

00

08

88

TOTAL

18

12

30

03.0-22

02.0-17

01

116

91.42

NOTE-PLAYER-Defender that the offensive lineman was mostly assigned to cover...SO indicates solo tackles by defensive opponent…AS indicates assisted tackles...TK indicates total tackles…TFL indicates total tackles behind the line of scrimmage/lost yardage… SACK indicates sacks/yards lost…PRS indicates QB pressures allowed…KB indicates key blocks/ knockdowns by the offensive linemanGRD indicates blocking consistency grade.


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