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San Diego State
|Strength: Jasper Harvey has ideal size for a center. Jasper Harvey has above average speed and strength for a center. Jasper Harvey is above average as a short yardage run blocking center when he gets good burst off the line.|
|Weakness: Jasper Harvey was suspended for the 2004 season in large part for a hazing incident. Harvey was not a dominant force in college and not even a star on his team.|
|Development: Jasper Harvey's quickness and speed give him potential to be a good pulling center, guard, or tackle - and the Redskins running game is all about pulling blockers but they couldn't do it adequately when Randy Thomas was injured in 2005. Jasper Harvey is not inexperienced, but he has a long way to go for the NFL game. There are a lot of veteran centers in front of him so his best chance may be to learn the tackle position. The transition will likely take a couple years on the practice squad or inactive roster before he is ready to play at the NFL level. That will only happen if he works hard, learns everything Joe Bugel teaches, and stays out of any hint of trouble.|
|Fantasy Football Rating: No impact.|
|Typecast Outlook Opinion: Prototype Tools. Project. If Jasper Harvey is a perfect citizen and works harder than ever before, he has the tools to be a solid NFL player.|
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