2015 NFL Draft: Top 5 Detroit Lions Offensive Line Prospects

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4. Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon

Tackle Jake Fisher played, and started, for three seasons in the fast-paced Oregon Ducks offense — and did quite well.

In 2014, Fisher entered the year as the squads starting right tackle, but was moved to the left following a season ending injury for Tyler Johnstone. In his transition, he made it appear almost seamless, and his versatility and selflessness stood out to evaluators and scouts across the country.

At 6-foot-6, 306 pounds, Fisher has broad shoulders, long arms and quick, strong hands to latch onto opponents. He’s strong enough to catch and control defenders and does a nice job of turning them away from the action.

One thing I noticed when watching his tape was that he has very good snap reaction, keeps his back straight in pass protection, and does an excellent job using his hands. At this point I’d even say he’s a better pass blocker than a run blocker because of his punch and the way he can mirror opponents.

Another thing I noticed is that he struggles with is initial quickness — something that could hurt him as a pro.

Jake Fisher could go as high as the late first round, but could also fall into the early second round, which basically leaves him ripe for the taking for Detroit if they choose to do so at No. 23.

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