North Texas native and pro football player Luke Joeckel will be in Fort Worth today to share a little pizza and perspective with area foster kids and share a ‘slice of life’ as an NFL player.
Twenty-three players headed for the NFL will attend the draft on April 25.
If you examine mock drafts, you come away believing all five elite offensive linemen will be snapped up before the Dallas Cowboys pick. But draft history says otherwise.
Representatives from every NFL team were on campus Friday to watch Joeckel and other prospects at the Aggies’ pro day, including possible first-round pick Damontre Moore.
Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel is choosing the NFL over a final season of blocking for Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.
The man many analysts project to be the first offensive lineman selected in April’s NFL Draft is still unsure if he wants to jump to the NFL rather than return to Texas A&M for his senior season.
Texas A&M junior Luke Joeckel has won the Outland Trophy, given to the nation’s outstanding interior lineman. He beat out fellow finalists Jonathan Cooper from North Carolina and Alabama’s Barrett Jones.