Hamstring on 1st 40/on pace for 5.02-5.08, No full workout
Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Started all 14 games at right guard … Graded 88 percent in the Georgia Tech game … Turned in a season-high nine knockdowns during the ACC Championship game against Florida State. 2009: Started at right guard in every game … Also started on the extra point and field goal units … Contributed a personal-best six knockdown blocks against Miami. 2008: Played in three games, started at right guard against Cincinnati in the Orange Bowl when senior Nick Marshman was ruled ineligible. 2007: Redshirted. Personal: Born in Zweibrucken, Germany.
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Draft Scout Jaymes Brooks News
08/08/12 - G Jaymes Brooks cleared waivers and was placed on the Packers' reserve/physically unable to perform list because of a hamstgring injury.
08/08/12 - OG Jaymes Brooks was waived by the Packers Tuesday with the designation failed physical.
07/26/12 - OG Jaymes Brooks failed his physical and was declared active/physically unable to perform by the Packers.
04/11/12 - After earning second-team all-ACC honors as a junior and senior at Virginia Tech, and proving himself a physical run-blocker, guard Jaymes Brooks has generated a good bit of interest from a number of teams this spring, including the Washington Redskins. The 6-foot-2, 310-pound Brooks started three seasons at right guard for the Hokies. But after Brooks saw time at center and guard at the Players All-Star Classic in Arkansas in February, teams have told him and his agent that they find his versatility and ability to play all three interior line positions attractive. "I'll play any of them. Whatever adds value," says Brooks, who has heard from a half-dozen teams that he could go anywhere from the mid- to late-round range, or he could wind up signing as an undrafted free agent. "Fourth, fifth round, or free agent, it doesn't matter. I just want an opportunity. As long as I get into camp, I'll be able to prove myself." After playing in a zone-blocking scheme at Virginia Tech, Brooks believes he could fit well with the Redskins, who spoke with him in March. Although he would be slightly undersized as a guard in some NFL systems, his build is similar to those of Washington guard Kory Lichtensteiger and center Will Montgomery. Having followed Montgomery at Virginia Tech, Brooks says he would embrace the chance to learn from him in Washington, as well. "It'd be an ideal situation, being familiar with some of their players, and not being too far from home," the Newport News native says. Ultimately, Brooks doesn't care where he winds up. - The Washington Post