A hulking phone booth guard that can drive block you to the tunnel, I'm not sure Torrence fits the Jets desire for an athleticism over downhill run game. It will be interesting to see how the new staff influences the direction of OL personnel.
A mammoth guard with colossal meathook hands (11 1/4: 98th percentile), Torrence continued dominating even after transferring from Louisiana to the SEC.
Right guard has been his home and he brought consistency for Billy Napier’s squads, not surrendering a sack in all four seasons as a starter. He also wasn’t called for a penalty in all of 2022.
Torrence is a phone booth bully with a thick frame, lots of pop in his punch and a physical nature. His raw strength and anchor can control any type of power across from him on the defensive line. He handled himself extremely well against Jalen Carter, who is often regarded as the most talented defender in the draft.
At his size, he has mediocre foot speed that can show up against quicker rushers. He also hesitated at times against overloaded pressure, trying to pick up two defenders but ultimately impacting neither.
What Torrence lacks in explosion and movement skills, he makes up for as a downhill highway paver. A scheme looking to run north and south will place a premium on him as a people mover that showed polish in pass protection.
He’s a day one starter and an early impact run blocker for an offense looking to get the throwback run game moving in the right direction.