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Jacob Flores
C #72
Height:
6-3
Weight:
300
Age:
23
College:
Dartmouth
Experience:
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Biography

Originally signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 6, 2016…Released on Aug. 30, 2016...Signed to practice squad on Oct. 26, 2016...Started 30 of 31 games played, seeing time at both center and left tackle…Started all 10 games at center as a senior in 2015…Earned first-team All-Ivy League and All-New England honors…Academically, earned All-District I first-team and All-Ivy honors and was selected to the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team…Also was co-recipient of the Alan Hewitt ’34 and Robert Hewitt ’40 Award…Helped lead Dartmouth to a share of the Ivy League title for the first time in 19 years…Helped provide time and protection for an offense that amassed 525 combined yards in a 49-7 victory vs. Sacred Heart (Sept. 26)…Kept the pocket clean for quarterback Dalyn Williams as he posted 435 yards and four touchdowns on 29-of-53 passing (55.7 percent), vs. Yale (Oct. 10)...Started all 10 games played at left tackle as a junior in 2014…Selected as second-team All-Ivy League and first-team Academic All-District I…Voted the Stubby Pearson Award winner…Protected Williams’ blind side, helping provide time as he passed for 2,119 yards, the most by a Dartmouth player in more than a decade…Contributed to an offensive line that helped Dartmouth finish third in the league in scoring and total yards…Helped the Big Green score 40-plus points in three straight games to finish the season with an 8-2 record…Provided time for WR Victor Williams to get open downfield and lead the team with seven receptions for 101 yards (14.4 avg.) and a TD at Cornell (Nov. 8)… Sustained blocks and created running lanes as RB Ryder Stone and Williams rushed for more than 100 yards each, with Stone finding the end zone three times, vs. Brown (Nov. 15)…Solidified the left side, helping Williams complete 30 of 35 pass attempts (85.7 percent) for 305 yards and four TDs in the 41-10 win at Princeton (Nov. 22)…Started all 10 games at left tackle as a sophomore in 2013…Contributed to an offense that led the Ivy League in rushing…Paved the way for RB Dominick Pierre to rush for 160 yards and a TD on 26 carries (6.2 avg.) vs. Columbia (Oct. 26)…Contributed to an offensive effort that produced 500-plus yards combined, including RBs Kyle Bramble (116) and Williams (110)  hitting the century mark on the ground, in Dartmouth’s 34-6 victory vs. Cornell (Nov. 9)…Saw action in one game as a true freshman in 2012…Earned his degree in religion…Went to Grace Prep High School in Arlington, Texas, where he played defensive end and offensive tackle…Lettered in basketball, football and track and field from his sophomore through senior years…Was a second-team all-state TAPPS 4A selection and a Division II all-state honorable mention…Named first-team all-district as a junior and senior on both the offensive and defensive lines…Earned first-team all-district honors in shot put…Contributed to a 30-6 record and state title as a member of the basketball team his junior year…Active participant in church volunteering and was involved in Big Green Readers, where his college team would read to first-graders at local area schools…Was a PGA Tour and Texas Christian University marketing intern…Friends with fellow Grace Prep alum and NFL player Justin Forsett (Baltimore) and was high school teammates with NBA player Emmanuel Mudiay (Denver Nuggets)…Single, lives in Arlington, Texas…Given name Jacob Saul Flores…Born in Arlington, Texas.

Originally signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 6, 2016…Released on Aug. 30, 2016...Signed to practice squad on Oct. 26, 2016...Started 30 of 31 games played, seeing time at both center and left tackle…Started all 10 games at center as a senior in 2015…Earned first-team All-Ivy League and All-New England honors…Academically, earned All-District I first-team and All-Ivy honors and was selected to the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team…Also was co-recipient of the Alan Hewitt ’34 and Robert Hewitt ’40 Award…Helped lead Dartmouth to a share of the Ivy League title for the first time in 19 years…Helped provide time and protection for an offense that amassed 525 combined yards in a 49-7 victory vs. Sacred Heart (Sept. 26)…Kept the pocket clean for quarterback Dalyn Williams as he posted 435 yards and four touchdowns on 29-of-53 passing (55.7 percent), vs. Yale (Oct. 10)...Started all 10 games played at left tackle as a junior in 2014…Selected as second-team All-Ivy League and first-team Academic All-District I…Voted the Stubby Pearson Award winner…Protected Williams’ blind side, helping provide time as he passed for 2,119 yards, the most by a Dartmouth player in more than a decade…Contributed to an offensive line that helped Dartmouth finish third in the league in scoring and total yards…Helped the Big Green score 40-plus points in three straight games to finish the season with an 8-2 record…Provided time for WR Victor Williams to get open downfield and lead the team with seven receptions for 101 yards (14.4 avg.) and a TD at Cornell (Nov. 8)… Sustained blocks and created running lanes as RB Ryder Stone and Williams rushed for more than 100 yards each, with Stone finding the end zone three times, vs. Brown (Nov. 15)…Solidified the left side, helping Williams complete 30 of 35 pass attempts (85.7 percent) for 305 yards and four TDs in the 41-10 win at Princeton (Nov. 22)…Started all 10 games at left tackle as a sophomore in 2013…Contributed to an offense that led the Ivy League in rushing…Paved the way for RB Dominick Pierre to rush for 160 yards and a TD on 26 carries (6.2 avg.) vs. Columbia (Oct. 26)…Contributed to an offensive effort that produced 500-plus yards combined, including RBs Kyle Bramble (116) and Williams (110)  hitting the century mark on the ground, in Dartmouth’s 34-6 victory vs. Cornell (Nov. 9)…Saw action in one game as a true freshman in 2012…Earned his degree in religion…Went to Grace Prep High School in Arlington, Texas, where he played defensive end and offensive tackle…Lettered in basketball, football and track and field from his sophomore through senior years…Was a second-team all-state TAPPS 4A selection and a Division II all-state honorable mention…Named first-team all-district as a junior and senior on both the offensive and defensive lines…Earned first-team all-district honors in shot put…Contributed to a 30-6 record and state title as a member of the basketball team his junior year…Active participant in church volunteering and was involved in Big Green Readers, where his college team would read to first-graders at local area schools…Was a PGA Tour and Texas Christian University marketing intern…Friends with fellow Grace Prep alum and NFL player Justin Forsett (Baltimore) and was high school teammates with NBA player Emmanuel Mudiay (Denver Nuggets)…Single, lives in Arlington, Texas…Given name Jacob Saul Flores…Born in Arlington, Texas.