Anecdotal: The son of the greatest center to ever put on a helmet, this business major is the direct decedent to a legacy that stretches back decades. Born January 27, 1994, this prospect is the Grandson of Clay Sr., son of Bruce (Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers), nephew to Clay Jr. (Atlanta Falcons and Cleveland Browns), younger brother of Kevin (Carolina Panthers) and Jake (Atlanta Falcons), and cousin to Clay III (Green Bay Packers), and Casey (Minnesota Vikings).









Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews












Name: Mike Matthews         Number: 56

University: Texas A&M

Position: Center

Height: 6'2

Weight: 290

Age: 21

Class: Senior

Secondary Position: NA


Projected Range: 2nd-4th Round



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. NA
  2. NA



All-Star Numbers
Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA







Career Statistics:

Games Played:

Starts:

Sacks Allowed:



Strengths

  • Athleticism

  • footwork

  • Pass Blocking

  • Mobility

  • Pre-snap Awareness




Weaknesses

  • Strength

  • Blocking in Space

  • Hand Placement




Breakdown



Attribute Ratings
Run Blocking: Pass Blocking:
Hands: Footwork:
Awareness: mobility:
Athleticism: Work Ethic:
Football IQ Red Flags




Final Thought: Matthews is an excellent prospect with good awareness and strength as well as excellent pass blocking ability. Matthews struggles when asked to run in space due to his slow foot speed and his run blocking needs work. Matthews has been shown to use leverage well against both the run and the pass, and makes many of the line calls for the Aggie's. Matthews needs to develop better hand placement and balance in space, but could be a serviceable starter in the NFL if drafted tomorrow.