With the 44th overall pick in the NFL Draft, the Las Vegas Raiders draft Jackson Powers-Johnson — offensive lineman out of Oregon. Truly, JPJ is looking like a can’t-miss prospect who should make an impact immediately. Let’s take a look at what Jackson Powers-Johnson brings to the Raiders.

Jackson Powers-Johnson NFL Draft Profile 2024

Jackson Powers-Johnson
Position: C
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 328 lbs
Age: 21
College: Oregon Ducks

Jackson Powers-Johnson Highlights

Jackson Powers-Johnson Combine Results

While he didn’t participate in all of the drills, here are the Jackson Powers-Johnson Combine results that we have.

40-Yard Dash
10-Yard Split
Vertical Jump32 Inches
Broad Jump8’8”
3-Cone Drill
20-Yd Shuttle
Bench Press30 Reps

Jackson Powers-Johnson Scouting Report


It makes sense that “Powers” is in his last name, since Jackson Powers-Johnson is an absolute bulldozer. He moves bodies at the line of scrimmage, bringing both the power and the mentality that he is there to hurt you. JPJ is built like a center, brings heavy hands, and he always looks to be in control. He showcases good footwork and technique in working combo blocks up to the next level.


Many will knock the arm length of Jackson Powers-Johnson, but given his athleticism and power, it shouldn’t matter much. He needs to be a bit more consistent with his pad level in the open field, but that’s about all I have as a knock on him.

JPJ is a Day 1 starter, and a very good one at that.

What to Expect From Jackson Powers-Johnson in 2024

Jackson Powers-Johnson is a can’t-miss offensive line prospect. While drafting a center isn’t exactly exciting, he is a Day 1 starter who will make an impact in his rookie season. Yes, all offensive linemen have their hiccups as a rookie while adjusting to the speed and strength of the NFL. However, JPJ is going to pick it up quickly and anchor this offensive line.

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