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NFL 2024 Rookie Scouting Report: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

Drafted by: Green Bay Packers


Height: 6’5”

Weight: 311

Arm Length: 32 ⅞ 


40-Yard Dash: 5.04 seconds

10-Yard Split: 1.7 seconds

3-Cone: N/A

20-Yard Shuttle: N/A

Vertical: 28”

Broad Jump: 9’ 2”

Bench Press: N/A



  • Good footwork in his pass drop to mirror rushers.
  • Explodes off the line in the run game to initiate contact. 
  • Maintains a good grip once he gets hands-on.
  • Possesses a good blend of strength and flexibility.
  • Frame possesses a good thickness that sets a good baseline in each matchup.


  • Inconsistent when threatened with speed. 
  • Susceptible to push-pull counters. 
  • Is sometimes late recognizing T-E stunts.


  • First-team All-PAC 12 in 2023.
  • 2024 Reese’s Senior Bowl participant.



It’s ironic that in the PAC-12’s final year, they are producing a vast amount of NFL prospects. This year Arizona enjoyed a breakout year thanks to stellar play all around. However, this stellar play began with their ability to protect their quarterback. Jordan Morgan was a leader for this unit and will look to do the same for a team in the NFL. 

A potential first-round pick, Jordan Morgan explodes off the line of scrimmage to which he takes good angles going into contact. After getting a good jump, Morgan doesn’t have too much trouble getting hands-on. When he does, he does a good job maintaining a firm grip to establish control. Once it gets to this point, it’s difficult for him to lose the rep as his thick frame is difficult for opponents to overcome. In the passing game, Morgan is a combination of good footwork, strength, and flexibility. His athleticism and size are often too much for rushers as they try to make their way to the QB.

Still, Morgan’s play is inconsistent when threatened with speed. In situations like this, his feet get choppy and he opens his hips early leaving the inside counter an option. In addition, his arms are slightly below average for NFL OTs. Because of this, it isn’t the most difficult task for rushers to get their hands on the inside making Morgan susceptible to push-pull moves. Lastly, Morgan can also be late recognizing T-E stunts. 

As the pre-draft process has gone on, Morgan has been rising up mock drafts. Someone who was a fringe first-rounder throughout the season, more and more are predicting him to be a lock in the later first round. 


My Two Cents

Going into the year I was high on Jordan Morgan. While I still believe he’s a great talent, I don’t see him as the first-round talent many are believing him to be. Still, I think he could be a tremendous pickup in the second round. Additionally, I think it’d be more beneficial for him if he learned to play RT instead of sticking to the left side. 

Drafted Round 1, Pick 25 to the Green Bay Packers

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