Jake Andrews was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fourth round (107th overall) of the 2023 NFL Draft.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS Jake Andrews was drafted by the New England Patriots in the fourth round (107th overall) of the 2023 NFL Draft.
Senior Year (2022):
Earned All-Sun Belt First Team honors.
Started all 14 games at center after transitioning from guard.
Led the Trojans to a Sun Belt Championship, Cure Bowl title and final No. 19 ranking in the AP Top 25; Troy's first-ever postseason ranking.
Played 914 of 917 offensive snaps.
Called for just four penalties in 14 games.
Highest-rated offensive lineman in the Sun Belt per Pro Football Focus for overall offensive grade.
Troy's top-rated run blocker per Pro Football Focus.
Finished season with 97.5 PFF Efficiency rating.
Played 2,796 career snaps, allowed just six sacks in 1,653 career pass-blocking situations.
Played 1,052 snaps at center and 1,741 snaps at guard.
Behind the offensive line, Troy scored on 50 percent of more its possessions in the final two regular season games and the SBC Championship game.
Junior Year (2021):
Started all 12 games at right guard, played a total of 784 snaps over 12 games.
Troy's top-rated pass blocker and second-rated run blocker per Pro Football Focus.
Allowed just one sack on 468 pass blocking snaps; additionally allowed just three hits and 12 pressures.
Led Troy with a 98.5 efficiency rating per PFF.
Ranked 29th nationally and 10th in the Group of Five among all guards in pass blocking.
Did not allow a sack in the final 10 games of the season.
Season-high 83.3 overall grade and 87.7 rush blocking grade at South Carolina.
Posted a 100 efficiency rating in four different games; Southern, Texas State, South Alabama, App State
Sophomore Year (2020):
Started all 11 games for the Trojans at right guard.
Ranked ninth nationally and fourth among guards with a 99.2 pass block efficiency rating among players with at least 300 snaps per Pro Football Focus; allowed just one sack, two hits, four hurries and seven pressures in 513 pass blocking situations.
Per PFF, graded out at 83 percent or better in seven games with a season-best 88.9 in the finale vs. Coastal Carolina.
Key starter on an offensive line that ranked second nationally per PFF with a 93.0 pass blocking efficiency rating (teams at least 300 pass attempts).
His overall 84.6 pass blocking grade was the sixth-best nationally among guards.
Played 804 total snaps on the season.
Troy's leading run blocker with a 79.7 PFF grade.
Did not allow a sack in the final seven games of the season and allowed just one pressure in that stretch.
Freshman Year (2019):
Played in all 12 games and 273 total snaps; split time over three positions – left guard, center and right guard.
Did not allow a sack all season and was called for just one penalty; allowed just four total pressures.
Played a season-high 73 snaps in the season finale against App State (started in place of injured Dylan Bradshaw); 154 of his 273 total snaps played came in the final three games.
Graded out at a season-best 89.4 percent per PFF on 46 pass blocking attempts against Southern Miss
Redshirt Freshman (2018):
Saw action in three games as a true freshman.
Played on the offensive line against Florida A&M and as a blocking tight end at Georgia Southern and Appalachian State.
Credited with 19 total snaps played and one knockdown block.
Named second team all-state in 2016.
Also named all-county and all-metro twice.
Ranked the 46th overall recruit in the state of Alabama by 247 Sports.
Recorded 45 pancakes in 11 games his senior year.
Won the state championship in wrestling his senior year.
Invited to play in the 2017 Alabama/Mississippi All-Star Game.
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