Data Scout Notes: 2013: NAC/2ndM...P2ndC/P2ndM/POutland/DS#2PSTeamProspect-RRang/TSX-PTW...2012: NA...P3rdM...2011: NA
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Draft Scout JaWuan James News
04/15/14 - Five players who should be on the Seattle Seahawks' draft radar: OT Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee: Seattle received quality play from seventh round offensive tackle Michael Bowie a year ago and may feel confident that he'll take over for Giacomini. James, a four-year starter with the size (6-foot-6, 311) and athleticism to fit in nicely in Tom Cable's scheme, would make a lot of sense if still on the board with the final pick of the second round. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
04/04/14 - 2014 Pro Days: Offensive linemen draw a crowd at Tennessee...Senior right tackle Ja'Waun James was the most impressive of the bunch, according to the scout. While he elected to stand on his Combine numbers, the 49-game starter looked "very fluid" during his positional workout, demonstrating excellent knee bend and quickness out of his stance. James has shown a tendency to step up under the bright lights before as he impressed at the Senior Bowl. Though they haven't received nearly the fanfare as their outside brethren, interior linemen James Stone, Zach Fulton and Alex Bullard also posted strong positional workouts, I'm told. Stone and Fulton currently rank as potential day three selections on NFLDraftScout.com's board. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
04/04/14 - Week 5 Pro Day Takeaways: Clowney sails, Henderson bails...2. Tennessee offensive line trying to make history...Scouts make up the vast majority of the NFL personnel who attend Pro Day workouts so when positional coaches cut into their limited off-season to evaluate college players, it is worth noting. Offensive line coaches from eight different teams made their way to Knoxville on Wednesday to put an extraordinary group of blockers through the workout. While junior left tackle Antonio Richardson has received the most fanfare, it was senior right tackle Ju'Wuan James who turned in the best workout, demonstrating the impressive fluidity and balance which helped him start all 49 games of his collegiate career.
Interior linemen James Stone and Zach Fulton also performed well, likely assuring that they too will be drafted, perhaps as early as the middle rounds. The last time four offensive linemen were drafted from one school was in 2003 when former Notre Dame center Jeff Faine was selected in the first round by Cleveland and the Chiefs, Bucs and Packers invested late round selections in Jordan Black, Sean Mahan and Brennan Curtin, respectively. Alex Bullard, ironically enough a Notre Dame transfer, wasn't as impressive during his Pro Day workout but the versatile interior lineman also could get a late round sniff. Nebraska saw all five of its starting offensive line get drafted into the NFL in 1975. Of course, the NFL draft at that time was 17 rounds. The first Cornhusker blocker drafted that year was tackle Mark Doak, selected in the sixth round by the Redskins. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/21/14 - 2014 Senior Bowl: 10 observations from Monday's South practice...4. Tennessee right tackle Ju'Wuan James hasn't received a lot of fanfare but he is a smooth athlete at 6-foot-6, 315 pounds. He was beaten on occasion but plays with terrific knee bend and got to the second level during scrimmages. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
12/11/13 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM: OL - Ja'Waun James, Tennessee, 6-6, 316, Sr,...Over the course of the season, the Vols offensive line helped UT to five 200-yard rushing games and a 1,000-yard rusher in Rajion Neal, the first 1,000 yard rusher since Poole in 2010. James started all 49 games of his college career, all at right tackle. With 49 starts, the Suwanee, Ga., native set the record for career starts by an offensive lineman in Tennessee history, passing Jeff Smith (48). His 49 games played, stands second to former teammate and 2013 Senior Bowl invitee Dallas Thomas (50) for most games played on the offensive line at Tennessee. - Tennessee football