Jacob Litteral is a big man with dominant playing strength, possessing great size for the offensive guard position at the major level of competition. Shows good flexibility in a three point stance; has an explosive quick first step which allows him to fit into defenders; is sudden and strong, knocking them off the line of scrimmage. Plays with a flat back and good pad level; brings his hips with good base and leg drive. Displays the athleticism necessary to pull and trap, flashing long trap potential and definitely short trap skill; can play on his feet in space with the necessary balance to block linebackers. Does a great job in goal line situations, coming off the ball low and hard; gets good movement in these situations. This player demonstrates his ability to handle the run blocks necessary for the guard spot at the next level. In pass protection does a nice job short setting when covered; can play stout vs. the bull rush with a good solid punch. Shows he can bend, slide and play flat footed in the guard box area. Once this guy gets his hands on a pass rusher in a reduced area it’s over. We like his aggressive, dominant attitude towards finishing assignments which quite often lead to pancake blocks. Litteral has the size, mobility and playing strength to become a dominant player. It is possible he could step in and begin to see valuable playing time immediately. Regardless this player should have a long and productive career.