http://draftbreakdown.com/video/timmy-jernigan-vs-clemson-2013/ vs Clemson: First thing that stands out is how well he uses his hands. If you only block him with a single guy its nigh impossible to keep your hands on him. When he wants to shed you, you are shed. That is as much reason for the double and triple teams he saw as anyone else. Would like to see better effort when asked to two gap. Was very slow off the snap early especially when asked to two gap. vs. Nevada: was not all the games snaps so not sure what to make of that. Physically dominant. One on one, the interior line could not handle him. He either popped them with both hands and stood them up and drove or would get on a shoulder and go for a ride when matched up solo. Would like to see him finish them with a rip move when hes got them turned on their shoulder like that. He would have ragdolled him. Nevada ran double and triple teams at him early and often. Sometimes they worked but only when they dedicated an OG/C or OG/T tackle combination that did not peel. If they peeled he would shed them, if they tried to hit him in succession he would withstand it and shed them. Would like to see a better job of him sinking his knee and holding his ground on those combinations though. He was pushed straight back a couple of times. vs. Auburn: Again physically dominant. Turned it up in the second half with the game on the line. He was in the Tiger's head as the QB got spooked by a hardcharging Jernigan on screen plays but that was after he had been madhandling those guards and the center. The best they got single blocking was making him take a step back and a one yard gain. He would either shed them and make the tackle or ride them into the backfield. You could tell from the OL body language that they were worried about him. Still could do a better job staying low and sinking in when he recognizes the double team. Seems to be a constant refrain. I will say that he is an intelligent player and appears to look at film. He knows what teams are trying to do to him and he reacts. In the first half the Tigers would shift the line left and right a step and zone block and he consistently recognized and used pretty good quickness to crash his gap. vs NC State: This was a laugher with a demoralized OL that by the second half had forsaken technique primarily because of an awful QB constantly throwing into coverage. I find it hard to take away much from this game. Jernigan again required a double team. Shot a gap for a TFL etc but its hard to gauge performance when the opposition isn't emulating a modern offense. vs. Florida: This was an odd game. It was kind of like watching the 2012 Cowboys offense where they would string together several plays, look competent and then make an insurmountable error. Jernigan often likes to read/react off the snap and this time it bit him in the *** as they ran a sprint right at him from the look. 40+ yards later the play was over. By the second half this game was out of reach and I didn't see anything new worth commenting on. Same hands, power, decent quickness, good awareness. His awareness reminds me of Sheldon Richardson. I liked Richardsons hustle in backside pursuit better but I am not going to expect Jernigan to be able to chase plays 20+ yards away from him. vs Boston College: At this point I am seeing consistency. You are going to get game in and game out performance from this guy and that is important. I have read guys like Rang say that he doesn't like his effort but that is not necessarily what I see. I see a guy reading and reacting and not attacking which makes him tenative on certain snaps. I think our style of defense will break that as he will be taken to task for peeking before rushing.