Rodger Saffold is a guard who plays American football for the Buffalo Bills, who are a member of the National Football League. In the 2010 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams selected him in the second round, at the 33rd overall spot.
Saffold had his high school education at Bedford High School in Bedford, Ohio, where he competed on both the offensive and defensive lines.
At the same high school that produced former Wisconsin and NFL wide receivers Chris Chambers and Lee Evans, he was selected for first team All-Lake Erie League, all-district, and honorable mention All-State in 2005. In addition, he earned an all-state honorable mention. As a senior, he was responsible for 18 tackles.
Rivals.com rated Saffold as a two-star prospect, yet he chose Indiana over Illinois, Kansas, and Ohio to play college football.
He was never taken out of the starting lineup again after making the switch to left tackle in the middle of his first year as a true freshman at Indiana University. During his career, he started 41 games and played a total of 42 games.
The coaches of the Big Ten conference gave him a spot on the Big Ten’s second team, and the media covering the league gave him an honorable mention. Additionally, Phil Steele’s magazine recognized him as a member of the Big Ten’s second team.
How big is Rodger Saffold?
Rodger Saffold is one of the popular players in the NFL. He is listed at a weight of 316 lb (143 kg) and a height of 6 ft 4+5⁄8 in (1.95 m). His arm length is 33+5⁄8 in (0.85 m).