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2015 NFL DRAFT
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Jon Doty

Height: 6-7 | Weight: 307 | College: Kansas State
 
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Overview

Positives … Tall player with long arms and solid thighs … Has a linear build with a frame that can carry additional bulk … Shows suddenness in his movements off the snap, getting his hands up with force on his rise to lock into the defender's chest and gain leverage … Makes good use of his arms, taking proper blocking angles to seal and sustain … Gets good leg drive on drive blocks, staying low in his stance to grab and control the defender … Very smooth in his set and slide, mirroring the edge rusher's moves while properly bending his knees and keeping his weight back … Shows the ability to gain position and screen in the running game … Has the quickness and body control to get to the second level.

Negatives … Seems to jog and go through the motions moving downfield … Prefers to settle for stalemates rather than knocking defenders off the ball … Lacks awareness in protecting the backside … Needs to show more consistency fighting to the finish with his blocks … Looks smooth and balanced working in the short areas, but struggles at times to catch up to linebackers when moving to the second level (questionable footwork) … Has to add needed bulk to his frame, especially in his legs to prevent defenders from rocking him back on his heels.

2004 Season

Was one of the team's most improved offensive linemen … Started all 15 games at left tackle … Received honorable mention All-Big Twelve Conference honors from the league's coaches … The former tight end picked up his first career pass reception for three yards against Baylor (11/1), becoming the first lineman in the Bill Snyder era to catch a pass … Blocked for the ninth-ranked scoring offense (36.6 points) and rushing offense (228.6 yards/game) in the country … K-State's offensive line also ranked first in the Big Twelve Conference in sack allowed per game (1.27) … Helped Darren Sproles become the nation's leading rusher with 1,986 yards … Also helped Sproles set single-season and single game (273 yards vs. Missouri) K-State records.

2003 Season

Played in eight games as a backup offensive lineman, including action in the first six games of the year … In the mix for an offensive line that blocked for the first duo of 1,000-yard rushers in school history in Darren Sproles and Ell Roberson.

2002 Season

Played in five games on the offensive line … Saw action vs. New Mexico State (9/22), Texas A&M (10/20), Kansas (10/27), Iowa State (11/3) and Louisiana Tech (11/17) … Blocked for a running game that broke a nearly 50-year-old school record for rushing yards per game with a 257.7 average … The team's per-game rushing average was 30 yards better than the school-record average of 227.4 set in 1953 … The offense ranked fourth nationally both in rushing offense and rushing touchdowns (34).

2001 Season

Redshirted as a freshman.

Injury Report

2001: Missed more than half of spring drills with a left knee medial collateral ligament sprain (4/01).

Track

Marketing major … Son of Ed Doty and Michele Faber … Cousin, Sean Hilgenberg, played basketball at Augustana College … Born 3/08/82 … Resides in Des Moines, Iowa.

High School

CAMPUS: 5.3 in the 40-yard dash … 346-pound bench press … 704-pound safe squat … 300-pound power clean … 23.5-inch vertical jump … 33 5/8-inch arm length … 9 -inch hands … Right-handed … Wears contacts … 18/26 Wonderlic score.

Personal

Attended Dowling (West Des Moines, Ia.) High School, playing football for coach Matt Dillion … Was a two-year starter for the Maroons … Honorable mention All-USA by USA Today … Earned first team All-Central Iowa Metro League honors in 1998 and 1999 by coaches … All-Midlands pick by Super Prep … All-Midwest pick by Prep Star … Iowa's No. 1 prospect by First Down Recruiting.

 
 
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