Draft Profile: BioLuke Haggard from Santa Rosa Junior College High School was rated a 3-star recruit by ESPN and handed a 3-star grade by 247 Sports. Following high school, Haggard opted to join Indiana.
In 2020 as a freshman Haggard saw action in 7 games and played a total of 331 snaps for the Hoosiers. He allowed a disappointing 15 QB hurries, 3 QB hits, and one sack while playing at left tackle.
As a sophomore in 2021 he played in 11 games and a total of 707 snaps. He conceded a disappointing 23 QB hurries, 2 QB hits, and 2 sacks while playing at left tackle.
In 2022 as a junior Haggard saw action in 12 games and totaled 901 snaps. He gave up 10 QB hurries, 8 QB hits, and 3 sacks while playing at left tackle.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- He’s a coordinated athlete who can win at the point of attack in the run game, and Haggard can also move to consistently land blocks at the second level.
- Carries his weight naturally, wide-framed with low body fat, along with long arms and large, powerful hands. Haggard moves naturally, with agile feet and the natural balance to mirror in pass protection.
- Consistently lands blocks at the second level, and he finishes strong. As a pass protector, he has violent, heavy hands. Along with a strong initial punch, he has the hand strength to grip and redirect pass rushers.
- In the run game, he explodes off the line of scrimmage and consistently gets out to the second level to do damage.
- Is effective when asked to pull, showing the agility, speed, and overall range to get out as a lead blocker, where he locates defenders and shows the ability to adjust and land blocks against linebackers.
- He’s especially light on his feet considering his size, a fluid mover who has natural balance as he kick-slides and sets. Haggard has the long arms to ward off pass rushers and send them flying past the pocket.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- Needs to work on his technique in pass protection, using more consistent leverage and continuing to move his feet.
- While Haggard displays a decent amount of strength at the point of attack, he lacks the raw power to re-establish the line of scrimmage in short-yardage situations.
- Is a bit underpowered, often coming off the line of scrimmage too high and struggling to generate movement. Haggard might be no more than a wall-off, angle blocker.
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