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NFL Draft Report Dream Team: Matthews

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Texas A&M's Jake Matthews boasted a 91.42% grade in 2013, the second-highest for any offensive lineman in the NCAA ranks, according to the NFL Draft Report's analysis. Dave-Te' Thomas and his scouts go deep on his member of football royalty.

While Jake Matthews comes from one of professional football's "Royal Families" and is regarded as a certain early first-round draft selection, the Aggies' left tackle has had to take a back seat on most of the teams' draft boards behind Auburn's Greg Robinson. Prior to the start of the 2013 campaign, the senior was recognized as not only the best offensive tackle in college, but some talent... Recommended Stories

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