Nov 29, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Miami Hurricanes offensive linesman Jon Feliciano (70) blocks at the line of scrimmage against Pittsburgh Panthers defensive lineman Aaron Donald (97) during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Miami won 41-31. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
Jon Feliciano, OG, Miami (FL)
40 YD: 5.33
20 YD: 3.16
10 YD: 1.93
Vertical Jump: 26 1/2
If you can find a quality starter early in his career in the later rounds of draft then you’ve hit gold. Usually when a lineman drops it’s because he’s slow and weak with poor footwork. While Feliciano isn’t a bad player, he’s showed that he struggles getting to the second level of defenses.
What Feliciano could bring to the Bills offensive line is experience and versatility. Throughout his career as a Hurricane he started 46 games, most coming at the left guard spot but also saw starts at right tackle (five) and left tackle (two). Early in his career he’d be a solid quick-fix player if someone happens to go down with an injury.