2020 Player Ratings:

Part III 

4th Round.

Updated 05/2020

After my Website crash for a few days, it took me a few more to recover.

So here is a top 125. I hope to get up to 150 before Day Three. I don't think 

I can reach 200. The Pats have five picks between here and 214. So I doubt I could reach that. I would hvae to cheat and go short on the Bios. 

But it might be fun:


Name-HT, WT, 40, Vert, (U)- Unofficial, S- 10 Yard Split, 




Brycen Hopkins- 6-3.7, 245, (U) 4.67, 32.1"Arm, 21 Reps, 7.25 3-C, 4.28 SS, 9'8"Br, 33.5"Vert



01/2020: He runs a great pattern when he gets to the 2nd level, where he puts his hands up like he is blocking, and then burst to the Corner, and he went up and scored a TD against Stanford with that elite fake. He has easy natural hands. He has a nice hitch step in route that he uses to beat the LB upfield. He can do everything you need him to do in the passing game. He just keeps running patterns to get wide open. 

Great blocker getting outside to block smaller guys in space. Much better athlete than given credit. He will line up at FB, and lead the RB outside with a pancake block. He just knows how to get open in pattern, lined up all over the field. I have not seen him drop the ball. Fast in pattern. Nice job blocking with his arms extended. He is a light and slight H-back, but he is stronger and faster than he looks. 

He has the speed down the seam to split the Safeties off of play action, and grab the pass at full speed behind them, and then can run 50-60 yards after the catch for the TD. He runs a nice curling in over the middle to get open for the TD in the Endzone. He can open deep, crossing from one seam to the other. He has that knack for making Safeties look bad. He can run the Corner to get open. Great soft hands. 

Nice job fighting the safety back like he is blocking, so the WR can catch it and run behind him. He can get extremely physical in pattern (or blocking in pattern;). Nice job getting through traffic to block the OLB out of the run. He can lead the RB through the hole, and chip or punch two defenders to help his teammates' blocks, and block a third guy on the 2nd level. Not a powerful blocker like Pickney, but an effective blocker all over the field. 

He has that knack for getting open in pattern. When the QB throws it high he goes up and gets it. Great job diving out and up and twisting a 180 to catch the pass down the sideline. He keeps getting behind DBs in pattern. He does not need the pass to be perfect to catch it. He makes great adjustments to the ball in the air. Great ball skills. He is good getting open over the middle on and between the Seams, and catching it over the head the Safety. He gets open fast dragging outside. 

2019: Team co-captain. Named John Mackey Tight End of the Week after catching career-high six passes for 84 yards and a touchdown at Nevada on Aug. 30. Had three receptions for 41 yards and two touchdowns against Vanderbilt on Sept. 7, marking his second career two-touchdown game (also vs. Iowa on Oct. 15, 2016). Recorded career highs with 10 receptions for 140 yards against Maryland on Oct. 12, most receptions and receiving yards by a Purdue tight end since Tim Stratton in 2001 against Washington State and Dustin Keller in 2007 against Central Michigan, respectively. Finished with eight receptions for 127 yards and two touchdowns at Wisconsin on Nov. 23; first Purdue tight end since at least 1997 to put up eight receptions, 100 yards and two touchdowns in the same game. Recorded eight receptions for 142 yards with two touchdowns against Indiana on Nov. 30; his 72-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter was a team season-long reception.

9.6 Speed 


Tyler Biadasz- 6-4, 315, 32 1/4" Arm, 10" Hands, Rs-Jr, 



12/2019: Excellent job getting the side of the aggressive LB, and holding him outside so the RB can cut inside behind him. He does a good job jamming the DT to the ORG, and then slipping off to hit the ILB. When he gets to the ILB and grabs shirt, he can turn and take him right out of the play. I sometimes am late to the party, but he looked great to me in the Bowl game. He did not end up on the ground too much. 
When he turns in pass pro to double, the DL is instantly out of the rush. Oregon did not rush his lane in the 1st Half. I like the OLT better, but Biadasz was clearly better in the Rose Bowl. Though I still won’t take him in the 1st. He does a good job falling forward on 3rd and 4th and 1. Nice quick feet getting to the second level, getting his hands inside, and turning and sealing the LB inside. 
When he tries to get too far outside , he will lunge and end up on the ground. Great job pulling around the ORG and destroy the LB trying to fill the hole. Terrific job Jamming the DT to left, and then sticking his right hand into the chest of the ILB charging forward and keeping him out of the play. He will get beat by twisting LBs, and give up the pressure that caused the INT by the QB. 
He has some nice power and leverage moving back in pass pro. When he plays in balance, he looks like the best OC in the Draft. Nice power to turn and shove the DT the ORG is blocking to the ground, and go and try to hit the LB on the 2nd level. Good hand fighter stalemating the DT at the line. 

2019 Season: Earned third letter, starting all 14 games at center ... helped Badgers average 233.1 rushing yards per game and 5.3 yards per attempt ... allowed just 1 sack in 390 pass blocking snaps ... blocked for Jonathan Taylor, who rushed for 2,003 yards and 26 total touchdowns, repeating as Doak Walker Award winner and unanimous first-team All-American.
2019: Rimington Trophy winner, Outland Trophy finalist, unanimous first-team All-American (AFCA, AP, FWAA, Sporting News, Walter Camp), first-team All-Big Ten (consensus), Academic All-Big Ten.
2018: All-America honorable mention (College Football News), first-team All-Big Ten (consensus), Acadmic All-Big Ten.
Notable: Rated as nation's top center in 2018 by Pro Football Focus (88.7 grade).
Career: Started at center in all 41 games of career

9.7 Balance



Charlie Heck- 6-7 58, 311, (U) 5.1, Split 1.8, 34.1"Arm! 21 R, 9'$"Br, 28"V, 8.02 3-C, 4.86 SS,



01/2020: Great impact on the OLB/DE standing up outside on the run to his side. He can knock him back and up, and hold and push him out of the play. He has a great quick flash back in his kickslide that looked NFL ready. When the Wide-9 is way outside, and he can stop and flash inside when the DE tries to break inside, because Heck flashed back so quick. It is not easy to recover from an overset as quick as he made it look. Nice hip usage in power blocks. Good feet in kickslide. He has some twitch in him moving backwards. 

He has some strength, fork-lifting the DE up and out of leverage in the run game. Great agility to turn and run the speed rusher past the QB. This guy has NFL athleticism to play OLT in the NFL. He is so quick and agile that I was surprised at his ability to be a power blocker in the run game. HE can get to the side of the OLB, and almost bend his body to the ground with pure size and power. TMIWHTMILH. His dad was an OL coach. Great technique. Understands position and how to keep it. Great hands gripping shirt to sustain blocks in pass pro. He knows all the tricks. Savvy. Excellent cut blocker in pass pro against the great college D-end. 

Combine: He made some money at the Senior Bowl and the Combine. He looks like a Day Two OL to me. I thought he looked like an OLT at the Senior Bowl. Great job sliding. Great feet. Wide stance. good hand usage. Dude can really move. Good feet, a little slow pulling, It didn’t look natural. I don’t think he pulled to his right a lot at UNC. Not the niftiest breaking inside. He is not a guy you want pulling inside. He did not look bad kicksliding on the right. He got his hands low, but his feet and hips were good. Quick feet. He has to wave and flash his hands for balance. Nice quick feet short stepping. Athletic. I think he is an NFL OLT. 
2019: Senior Season: Started all 12 games he appeared in at left tackle • Missed the App State game after breaking his hand at Wake Forest • Named second team All-ACC • Surrendered only 1/3 of a sack all season long • Posted 43 knockdowns to lead the team • Blocked for an offense that averaged 474.0 yards per game (12th NCAA/2nd ACC), including 285.8 passing yards per game (3rd ACC) and 188.2 rushing yards per game (4th ACC) • Began the season on the Outland Trophy Watch List • Selected ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week after the season-opening victory over South Carolina • Graded out at 82 percent and had a season-high seven knockdowns against the Gamecocks • Graded out at 83 percent at Duke and 80 percent against Miami • Had a season-high grade of 91 percent against Mercer.
2018 - Junior Season: Started all 11 games at right tackle • Blocked for an offense that averaged 442.1 yards per game (31st NCAA), including 193.0 rushing yards per contest • Led an offensive line that allowed just 0.91 sacks per game (10 sacks/7th NCAA/2nd ACC) • Earned the team’s Lineman of the Week honors against ECU and Virginia • Graded out at 82 or higher in seven of the nine graded games • Posted 42 knockdowns over the nine graded games • Posted a grade of 75 and had six knockdowns at Cal • Had a team-best 88 grade with five knockdowns at ECU • Tallied an 83 versus Pitt • Recorded an 83 with four knockdowns versus Virginia Tech • Added seven knockdowns with an 82 at Syracuse • Notched his best grade of the season, an 88 with three knockdowns at Virginia • Tallied an 87 with seven knockdowns at Duke.
2017: Sophomore Season: Appeared in all 12 games and started the last 11 of the season • Graded out at 84 percent in the season finale at NC State • Had an 84 percent grade with three knockdown blocks in wins over Western Carolina and Pitt • Finished second on the team with six knockdowns against Miami • Had a team-best 85 percent grade against Virginia • Finished with a season-best 10 knockdowns against Louisville • Tallied nine knockdowns at Georgia Tech • His 85 percent grade was second-best on the team against Duke • All-ACC Academic Team selection.

9.7 Forty


*Gabriel Davis- 6-2, 216, (U) 4.54, 10'4"Br! 35"V, 7.08 3-C, 4.59 Short Shuttle, 32"A, 14 R


Central FLA

He does a great job blocking for his teammates. He will pancake the CB covering him, when his teammate catches the ball behind him and allow him to run past him. He can get wide open on the double move. He can draw a PI on the out and up. Terrific coming back for the pass, and still making the first guy miss. He will dive into the ground, when he is completely surrounded by defenders. He knows how to get leverage on the CB outside. 

He runs a nice Fade in the Endzone. Great size. He can move as well. Great inside release. He can burst past the inside shoulder of the CB, and make it an easy throw for his QB. Then take off down field for 20 yards. He has good speed, but not good long speed. He doesn't separate when running with the ball in his hands. He will struggled to catch the low pass. He falls down when DBs grab him. He looks for a place to fall when he is surrounded. 

Which doesn't mean he isn't tough. He can give the great block that knocks the DB off his feet. He will also draw flags hitting CB off their feet. He is big and strong, but he is going to fight for extra yards, really hardly at all. He has great feet in pattern. Technician who know how to create separation in pattern. He was shorter than he looked on Tape at the Combine. But his explosion numbers explained a lot of the deep catches he made look so easy.

He has the speed and size to win outside on deep patterns. He has the speed and elusiveness to be a big play WR. Nice hands reaching up for the ball over his head way up high where the CB can’t touch it. He can trail the CB and leap up and snag the pass over his head. Good blocker charging inside to block for the RB outside. Elite knack for getting open over the top. Catch the 50-yard bombs in full stride, like a swing pass. Adjust to the deep ball brilliantly and catch it though all kinds of contact. Makes CB look helpless contesting the deep bombs. Changes a game in a flash. 

JUNIOR (2019): FAMU (8/29): Caught three balls for 68 yards with two touchdowns. FAU (9/7): Hauled in three passes for 98 yards. Stanford (9/14): Totaled 63 yards on four catches with one touchdown . Pitt (9/21): Caught ten balls for 151 yards with two touchdowns. UConn (9/28): Hauled in five passes for 119 yards with three touchdowns. Cincinnati (10/4): Had 170 receiving yards on 13 catches.  ECU (10/19): Caught nine balls for 164 yards with two touchdowns.  Temple (10/26): Hauled in three passes for 83 yards.  Houston (11/2): Totaled 46 yards on three catches. Tulsa (11/8): Caught six balls for 98 yards. Tulane (11/23): Hauled in five passes for 75 yards. USF (11/29): Totaled 106 yards on eight passes with two touchdowns. 


9.5 Deep Speed


*Lamar Jackson- 6-2, 208, (O) 4.58, 10'2:Broad! 36.5"Vert! 32 1/4"Arms, 10 Reps, 



04/2020: He is a late comer to the dance. Great big CB, who is built like an LB. He can time his attack in coverage, and slap the ball out between the WR’s hands. First off, dude is huge. He looks like a small LB or a big SS. But he can run with the WRs outside. They cannot outside physical him. He can also rip the ball out a split second after the ball touches the WR’s hands. 

It is always amazing to see him running down the sideline stride for stride. Nice job, and hip twist to turn and run in press coverage. I can’t wait to see his hips at the Combine. He is always peeking into the backfield. He will turn and walk sideways back before the snap, staring at the QB. Nice side gallop back while watching the QB. He is  great at looking at the QB, while seeing the WR. HE line sup with outside leverage when the WR line sup inside on the seam. He seems to instinctually, or purposely, protecting the boundary.

Combine: Getting a 4.5 next to his name as a big deal. He is the biggest CB I’ve ever seen. He has the size of an LB. I am fascinated by this kid. Never seen anything like it before. Huge Corner, who would be huge for a Safety. I think he can play CB in the NFL, but because of his size I can’t help but see NFL guys saying safety. Which is fine. Pure Press guy because of his size. At 4.59 he can play the huge FS and step up and cover the TE like a CB, or the slot guy. That adds a ton of versatility to your Base or Nickel defense which needs to cover better every year. 

He is the most versatile Linebacker sized dude in this Draft. Hips were slow at Combine. Great feet and quick moving back in W-Drill. Then stumbled breaking forward. But recovered and was smooth moving back. Easy hands catching the ball. He is such a great athlete. Size hurts his balance when he is unsure. Good hands in gauntlet. Another true freak in this Draft. Plus, he should start out as a Special teams maven as a rookie. 

Honors & Awards: Second-Team All-Big Ten (2019). Nebraska Defensive MVP (2019). Guy Chamberlin Trophy (2019). Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Spring 2018).

2019 (Senior): A second-team All-Big Ten selection, Lamar Jackson started every game in his final season and filled up the stat sheet with career highs of 40 tackles, four TFLs, 1.0 sack, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries, three interceptions and 12 pass breakups. As a key member of the Husker secondary, Jackson helped Nebraska limit six opponents to fewer than 170 passing yards, including three under 100 yards. As a team, Nebraska allowed its fewest passing yards per game (200.8) since the 2012 season. Jackson was a big reason why, as he ranked in the top 15 nationally in passes defended (15) and breakups (12). With 12 breakups as a senior, Jackson ended his career 10th in Husker history with 22 career pass breakups. Jackson had three tackles in the season opener with South Alabama, when he recorded his second career sack, forcing a fumble Nebraska recovered. 

At Colorado, Jackson intercepted the third pass of his career and also broke up another pass. Jackson had three tackles against Northern Illinois and broke up a career-high four passes against the Huskies. In Nebraska's win at Illinois, Jackson had two pass breakups while finishing with three tackles and tying his career high with two TFLs. Jackson added two more pass breakups and a season-high four tackles against No. 5 Ohio State. He also had four tackles against Northwestern and intercepted his second pass of the season, which set up Nebraska's game-winning field goal as time expired. Jackson added two more pass breakups at Minnesota, which gave him 11 breakups through seven games, one more than he recorded in his first three seasons combined. Jackson added another pass breakup and had three tackles against Indiana. At Purdue, Jackson intercepted his third pass of the season and had five tackles, including one tackle for loss. Jackson totaled six tackles against No. 15 Wisconsin and recovered the first fumble of his career, which set up a Husker touchdown. The next week at Maryland, Jackson forced a fumble that led to a Husker takeaway. He finished his career with three tackles against Iowa in a game where the Huskers held the Hawkeyes to 99 passing yards.

2019 (Junior): Jackson started 11 games and played in all 12 contests as a junior in 2018, showing continued improvement throughout the season as a key member of the Husker secondary. Jackson registered 28 tackles, seven pass breakups and his first two career interceptions, while also forcing the first fumble of his career and adding one tackle for loss. After totaling one tackle in the season opener against Colorado, Jackson posted two tackles and recorded his first career interception against Troy. The interception was the first by a Husker cornerback in 21 games.

 In his 15th consecutive start at No. 19 Michigan, Jackson tallied three tackles. He had two stops the next week against Purdue. At No. 16 Wisconsin, Jackson came off the bench to record three tackles and one pass breakup. He returned to the starting lineup at Northwestern and recorded two tackles and a career-high two breakups. Jackson had another pass breakup in the Huskers’ win over Minnesota and had two solo tackles against Bethune-Cookman. At No. 8 Ohio State, Jackson had three tackles, recorded his second career interception and forced a fumble that was recovered by Nebraska. Jackson then tied his career high with two pass breakups the next week against Illinois. He had four tackles against Michigan State, including his first TFL of the season. He concluded his junior season with three solo tackles at Iowa.

2017 (Sophomore): Jackson stepped into a full-time starting cornerback role as a sophomore. The only member of the Husker secondary to start every game in 2017, Jackson finished the year with 38 tackles, the most by any NU cornerback. In addition to more than doubling his tackle total from his freshman season, Jackson tallied multiple tackles 10 times and broke up the first three passes of his career. Jackson began his sophomore campaign with five solo tackles and his first career pass breakup in the Huskers’ season-opening victory over Arkansas State. After combining for five tackles against Oregon and Northern Illinois, Jackson recorded four tackles in the Huskers’ conference-opening win over Rutgers. Jackson played a big role in the Huskers’ comeback win at Purdue, finishing with a career-high eight tackles, all of which were solo stops. He then added a pass breakup in consecutive games against Northwestern and Minnesota before registering four solo tackles at No. 13 Penn State.

2016 (Freshman): Jackson played in all 13 games as the Huskers' third cornerback behind junior starters Chris Jones and Joshua Kalu. Jackson made his first career start in the Music City Bowl against Tennessee. In addition to his work in the secondary, Jackson also was a key member of the Huskers' special teams units. He finished the season with 17 tackles, including 14 solo stops. He added two tackles for loss and a sack. Jackson opened the year with six tackles, including five solo stops against Fresno State. Jackson also had two tackles for 14 yards lost, and an 11-yard sack against the Bulldogs. He added single tackles against Northwestern, Minnesota and Maryland, before a strong effort in the bowl game. Jackson had a team-high eight tackles, including seven solo stops against the Volunteers in the Music City Bowl



*Eno Benjamin- 5-9, 207, (O) 4.57, 10'2"Broad! 39"Vert! 6.97 3-Cone! 31"Arm, 12 Reps, 


Arizona State

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book:  He will take the play action and stay in the backfield to block. So, he might be ready to play as a rookie. He can charge forward and cut the Edge rusher outside. He will run straggling the ball with two hands when his back is in the Redzone. When he doubles the Edge with the OLT he can shove him to the ground. He has some heaviness in his hands blocking. He will block for his QB on the edge when he takes off to his side.

He is terrific using his blocker on the edge. He follows and breaks off blocks very well. He has that knack for finding a lane to run through. He has a good spin move. He can burst up the line, take a hard cut outside and spin through the LB’s tackle. He can make the hop cut at the second level to make the Safety miss. Great feet with the ball in his hands. Dynamic in the open field.

He does a good job following forward. He is so quick and slick that it is hard to get a full straight on shot on him. So, he slithers forwards nicely for extra yards. He has a nice little skip step that he uses to read and cut back at the Goal line. He can catch the ball at the ten and cut back to make one defender miss, and spin back and make a second defender miss in the Redzone to score the TD.

He’ll block for a few plays, and then run a Wheel out of the backfield and he gets down field fast. He runs with great vision, and can go full speed, see the cutback lane, and curl back to the middle for the big gain.

He misses cut blocks too much. He is a better blocker when he stands, low and balanced, and takes on the rusher. He doesn’t go out in pattern much. Not a great receiver out of the backfield. That will hurt him in the Draft.

03/2020: Great tough RB. He is small and electric. He has great speed outside. But he is also trouble in the passing game, and will step up in pass pro and block for his RB. I just love his speed on he toss outside. Small RB, but he is tough. He is fast. He runs and play at a different speed. I like this kid. His speed at the Combine will determine how early he can go. Great college RB. Explosive. Feisty. Cat quick. Waterbug in the open field. Electric. Can't touch this. 

Great following blockers. Spins out of trouble a lot. Runs with two arms straggling the ball through the line. Always seems to find a way to fall forward. Good hands. He can leap up and forward to catch the swing pass high and outside, out of the backfield. Great explosive hop cuts in the hold make him very difficult to tackle. Explosive COD. Great one cut explosion to make a DL miss in the hole. then make an LB miss on the 2nd level. Explosive burst outside. Elite production. Amazingly twitchy in the open field. Constant motion. Bobs and weaves in space like the greatest. 

OVERVIEW: Benjamin Placed on Walter Camp Player of the Year Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Selected to Hornung and Wuerffel Award Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Named to Doak Walker Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Earns Spot on Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Picked as a Preseason All-American by Phil Steele. Returns to Tempe after enjoying one of the greatest seasons by a running back in school history. Record-setting sophomore season in his first-year as the starting running back. 2,190 (1,784 rushing) all-purpose yards during his two seasons at Arizona State. Great vision and footwork help him change direction quickly making him difficult to square up. Built low to the ground with tremendous lower body strength giving him great balance and leg drive, creating plenty of yards after contact. Dynamic play maker with the ball in his hands, making him a weapon out of the backfield and in the return game.

Sophomore (2018): AP Third Team All-American selection. First Team Pac-12 All-Conference member. Enjoyed a breakout sophomore season, putting together one of the top campaigns by a running back in school history. Took home the Wilford "Whizzer" White Outstanding Running Back Award and the Frank Kush Team MVP at the Team Banquet. Dynamic with the ball in his hands, consistently making defenders miss and earning yards after contact. Broke the single-season school record rushing for 1,642 yards this season, passing the previous record of 1,565 yards held by Woody Green in 1972. Set the ASU school record with 300 carries this season and nine games reaching at least 100-yards rushing. Tied for fifth nationally with 1,642 rushing yards while his 16 rushing touchdowns put him ninth in the country. Both totals led the Pac-12 Conference. Became the first ASU running back to finish in the Top-10 nationally in single-season rushing yards. His 146.54 all-purpose yards per game were ninth nationally and second in the Pac-12. He is the highest-graded running back in the Pac-12 (88.7), a score that is also good for third nationally. 10th-highest graded offensive player in the Pac-12 and 29th regardless of position nationally (82.7). Forced 94 missed tackles this season – third-most in the FBS. His 31 explosive runs this season were fifth among FBS running backs. Rushed for 81 first downs, the third most nationally. 18 total touchdowns (16 rushing & 2 receiving). Broke the single-game school record for rushing yards in a game in a victory over Oregon State (9/29), rushing for 312 yards and three touchdowns on only 30 carries. Set the tone for what would end up being a record-breaking season, rushing 16 times for 131 yards in the season opener against UTSA (9/1). Was dominant over a four-game stretch (10/27-11/17) helping ASU go 3-1, totaling 119 carries for 691 yards (172.8 yards/g) with five touchdowns. Took over the game when the Sun Devils picked up a road victory at USC (10/27), finishing with 29 carries for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Played outstanding in the upset victory over No. 16 Utah (11/3), going for 175 yards on 27 carries while adding a pair of touchdowns. Had a season-high 34 carries, rushing for 182 yards and a touchdown in a victory over UCLA (11/10).



Robert Hunt- 6-5,  323, 33 1/2"Arms, 10 3/4"Hands,



03/2020: He played in a scheme that had some zone blocking in it sometimes. He played ORT in 2019, before he was injured and knock out for the season. More quick sets than slides sometimes. Keeps his hands low and wide too much. He moves well in traffic. He can get to the LB moving towards the RB in front of the OC, and block him. Great quick feet. He still needs some more development and refinement. But he has the physical talent. 

He can be a great drive blocker on the D-end to give the RB a lane to run through. They like to pull him outside to hit defenders on the Edge on play action. He can pull inside and pancake the DT and give a huge lane for the RB to run through. Quick feet. Slides outside fast. Good hand usage. Sharp quick strikes. Can leave a jolt. 

Nice job getting outside to punch the OLB out of the play. Nice quick feet to get outside and hit the OLB in space. Smooth in pass pro. Heavy hands moving backwards. Nice job impacting the rusher up. Powerful upper body to absorb the hit, and bend the DE almost to the ground off play action. I love how he jams a DL into the ORG, and then slides forward and hit the LB. Brings some nasty to the run game. 

Love his hands. He can block two defenders moving forward off play action. When he stays and plays low, he can knock the DT sideways and almost off his feet, on his initial burst. Nice power on the Goalline. He can get to the 2nd level and takeout the LB in the Endzone. Nice job jamming the ILB inside, so the RB can slash behind him. 

Quicker than he looks. Nice burst off the snap to impact, turn and seal the DE outside on the inside run. Slides outside smoothly to cut off the Wide-9 rusher. He switches onto the stunter smoothly outside. Plays well at arms length. Nice job pulling to the left and getting all the way across the line and hitting the DB trying to charge into the backfield. Excellent build. Looks the part. Solid base. Quick and agile for his size. 

He can struggle to get to the 2nd level to hit the quick LB. Good hips and feet, but can get too high too fast sometimes. Needs work on his kickslide. Technique is not good. He gets by on his size and talent at a lower level. Great feet moving and sliding through traffic to find his assignment and block him out of the play. 

2019 Season (Redshirt Senior): Started in the first seven games of the season before missing the second half of the season due to injury…Despite the injury, was still named First Team All-Sun Belt and First Team All-Louisiana…He was invited to the 2020 Reese's Senior Bowl, the first Ragin' Cajun to be invited to the postseason all-star game since Tracey Walker, and was recognized by Pro Football Focus as a Midseason Second Team All-America selection…Helped pave the way for a Louisiana ground attack which finished the year ranked third nationally in yards per carry (6.28), fourth nationally in rushing touchdowns (42), sixth nationally in rushing yards per game (257.4) and seventh nationally in total rushing yards (3,604)…Part of an offensive line that ranked fifth nationally and first in the Sun Belt in sacks allowed (1.07)…Named to Preseason First Teams by the Sun Belt, Phil Steele and Athlon Sports…Invited to the 2020 NFL Combine.
2018 Season (Redshirt Junior): Played and started all 14 games during the year…Was named an All-Sun Belt Second Team selection…Paved the way for one of the best rushing attacks in the conference which produced three 700+-yard rushers.

9.5 Small School


Terence Steele- Texas Tech, ORT, 6-6, 310-


Texas Tech

01/2018: Nice job drive blocking the DT out of the play. He can get beat inside, when the long arm Edge gets some good speed to power, but he can recover and push him enough so he can’t hit the QB. He was great on the South drive at the half of the senior Bowl. He can stone the DE on the play action. Nice slide moving outside and back to cut off the speed WR. He is monstrous blocking down on the quick and explosive DT. 

Great job sealing the over aggressive Edge heading up field on the inside run. He lets him take himself out of the play, and then grab and holds him upfield. As a Texas Tech ORT, I knew he had seen a ton of reps in pass pro, and had to be great protecting his QB. But I was surprised at the SB as how good a run blocker he was. 

They kept have him burst forward and hitting the DE’s inside shoulder with his outside shoulder pads, which jolted him back and outside so the TE could grab his shirt. Then Steele would continue forward with his shoulder still powering the DE back, with help from the TE, and get to the second level and block an LB. Just one of the best run blocks I’ve ever seen, and he kept doing it over and over. 

Terrific power step forward to grab the DE. Then turn and twist him outside. He is susceptible to spin moves by the strong DE. He is so good at getting to the Mike and taking him out. He will line up in a two-point stance on obvious passing downs. Nice slide back. He can catch the DE with his outside hands. Then turn and hammer him with the inside hands to stop the rush. 

He will give up leverage to the smaller Edge guys. He has to stay lower, and not let the Edge pop him up. If leverage is even he wins. Tends to get his hands outside. Likes the fight. When he gets aggressive he wins. He will miss on the quick inside move.  

2019 SEASON (SENIOR): One of 15 members of the captains circle that was elected leading up to the season … marked the second-consecutive year to serve as a team captain … started and played in 10 games at right tackle … missed the first two games of the season due to a preseason injury … projected to be Texas Tech’s starting left tackle prior to the season prior to the injury … made his season debut in the non-conference finale at Arizona (9/14) … part of an offensive line that allowed only 18 sacks despite 531 pass attempts … unit ended the year ranked among the top-25 teams nationally in fewest sacks allowed for a Red Raider offense that was also among the top-five schools in most pass attempts … AWARDS AND HONORS: garnered honorable mention All-Big 12 accolades by the conference coaches … selected to the Reese’s Senior Bowl following the season.

2018 SEASON (JUNIOR): Became a staple for the Red Raiders at right tackle, starting in all 12 games as a junior … has now started in 37-consecutive games entering his 2019 senior season, the longest streak on the team … marked the third-straight season to start in every game … named one of six team captains prior to the season … was one of three juniors to be named a captain, joining fellow offensive lineman Travis Bruffy and defensive lineman Broderick Washington Jr. … part of an offensive line that ranked fourth in the Big 12 with only 2.08 sacks allowed per game … line surrendered 25 sacks despite protecting for 535 pass attempts, which led the Big 12 and ranked sixth nationally … Red Raiders ended the season among the top offenses in the country, ranking third in passing yards per game, 12th in total offense and 16th in scoring offense … AWARDS AND HONORS: honorable mention All-Big 12 selection by the conference coaches.

2017 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Moved primarily to right tackle as a sophomore … started all 13 games at right tackle for a young offensive line … marked the second-straight season to start in every game … enters his 2018 junior year with 25-consecutive starts, the longest active streak on the team … entered the season among the strongest players on the team, according to the Texas Tech strength staff … part of a Texas Tech offense that ranked in the top 25 nationally for passing offense (9th), total offense (16th) and scoring offense (23rd) … offensive line also helped pave the way for 140.9 rushing yards per game, an improvement by nearly 40 yards from 2016.

2016 SEASON (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Started in all 12 games of his redshirt freshman season … moved to left tackle early on during preseason practices … named the starter at left tackle for each of the first 10 games of the season before moving to right tackle for the final two contests … became first Red Raider freshman to start at left tackle dating back to 2000 … helped boost a Red Raider offense that led the nation in passing yards and total offense … unit also ranked among the nation’s leaders in third-down conversion percentage (third), first downs offense (third) and scoring offense (fifth) … AWARDS AND HONORS: named to the All-Big 12 Freshmen second team by Athlon Sports.

9.6 ORT


Trey Adams- 6-8, 318, 9.7"Hand, 34 3/8"Arm, 24 Reps,  (O) 5.6, 7'8"Broad, 24.5"Vert,



He can get outside to the left and hit the DB charging into the flat on the sweep. Teams won’t rush his lane, and he’ll try to step inside and block the big DT sometimes. He has some fluidity back in his legs. I don’t trust him, but he stoned the Stanford rushers like they were lava. He will miss the DE on the quick snap. He will lunge when he gets in trouble. 
He was a great OLT, but he is not that anymore. I do not trust him to stay on the field. I won’t touch him until Day Three. He lost his great agility. He will have a long time to get the strength back in his legs, and hopefully his burst and agility as well. He looked like he was playing on stilts too much last season. 

CombineBig OLT. He has some leg issues due to injury. He did not run like an OLT at the Combine. It is a shame his legs got destroyed. He was a great athlete before he broke his leg three times. He looked like an OLT again last season 2019. He has a chance to play some swing tackle, based off the 2019 Tape. Good feet pulling outside He looked a little top heavy. Reacts quick in space. Quick short steps in slide. Very quick feet. 

2019: Started at left tackle in every UW game in 2019, other than the Las Vegas Bowl ... earned All-Pac-12 first-team honors at the end of the season ... also named to the All-America fourth team and All-Pac-12 first team by Phil Steele ... named to the preseason All-Pac-12 first team ... a second-team Associated Press preseason All-America ... also named to the preseason watch list for the Outland Trophy ... winner of the Don James Perseverance Award at the team's postseason awards banquet.
2018: After having missed the first 10 games of the season due to injury, returned to action in game 11, vs. Oregon State (Nov. 17), taking a considerable number of snaps at left tackle ... also saw a lot of action in the Apple Cup win at WSU ... started at left tackle in the Pac-12 Championship Game vs. Utah and in the Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State.
2017: Started the first seven games of the season as the Huskies' left tackle, but suffered a season-ending injury at Arizona State.
2016: Started all 14 games at left tackle ... named first-team All-Pac-12 and second-team All-America (FWAA).
2015: Played in 10 of 13 games during the regular season, starting nine of those 10 ... earned first start at left tackle in the win over Utah State ... first true freshman to start on the offensive line since 2012 ... started nine in a row at left tackle before missing the WSU game and the bowl game with an injury ... made UW debut vs. Sacramento State, playing left tackle ... made a tackle in the Arizona State game after a turnover ... co-winner of the UW's Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman award



Bryce Hall- 6-1, 202, 32 1/4" Arm, 11 Reps, 



From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: He is great getting though trash and traffic. He can line up outside the numbers and get all the way across the field to help stop the RB before he reaches the marker, outside the opposite numbers. Amazing. I ab-so-lute-ly love his Tape. He is a star waiting to happen in the NFL. He is a shutdown Corner already. If he takes another step up in his game in 2019, as he should, he is going to be a Pro Bowler waiting to happen. 
Lines up at the marker on short yardage to pick up whatever WR crosses it. Great finesse press to use his great quick feet to stay in front of the WR facing him to slow his release to where he gives up the pattern on short yardage. If he has the speed he looks like a 1st Round pick to me. He remind me a little of, gulp, Darrelle Revis at Pitt. Sudden out of pedal. 
He will grab the WR’s arm after the throw and push him aside to go and tackle the RB catching it out of the backfield. He will miss tackles diving at the RB’s feet. He will line up in the slot when they stop putting a WR outside on his side but is not as quick and effective on the QB’s left in the Slot. 
Nice smooth pedal. He gets low and intense. He likes to focus on the QB. Very sticky in press coverage. Amazing feet. Very quick feet in low pedal moving back in coverage. He likes to angle it so he can read the QB and still see the WR. Very intense in pedal. Reacts quick to the WR breaking off pattern. 

NC ST 2018: Plays off a lot. I like him better in finesse press than Off. When he is locked on the WR in press you cannot throw over him. He will play inside and can go up and intercept the ball. He can leap up higher than the WR and snag the INT. Against NC ST he went up with one hand and pulled it out of the WR’s two hands and pulled it in for the INT. That is as impressive as it gets. He plays mostly on the QB’s right. 
He will line up in Press on short yardage. Amazing quick feet to all but stop the WR from getting off the line. He can burst forward out of coverage and charge up fast and tackle the Slot WR who caught it under the Outside WR. He will line up infront of the TE and is not a bad blitzer but can struggle to turn the corner. 
Ohio: He is so great at reading the pattern and can step in front of the WR outside and get his hands on the ball. He will drop the INT sometimes. That’s why he’s a corner not a WR. Great job using his hands and feet to slow the release and take away the timing of the pattern. He is very quick switching WRs when the outside WR cuts off the pattern and the slot WR goes deep. They want his speed running outside with the deep threat. 
He can press the outside WR and has the quicks to stick to him when he tries a stop and go to shake him. He’ll get stuck on the WR in press and miss the RB running to his side. When the QB throws deep, the only open spot he leaves down the sidelines is out of bounds. Nice feet and hips hopping back to turn and run deep with the WR in Off coverage. 
HONORS: 2018: Walter Camp All-America (2nd) ... FWAA All-America (2nd) ... Phil Steele All-America (2nd) ... Athlon Sports All-America (3rd) ... College Football News All-America (HM) ... Pro Football Focus All-American (HM) ... All-ACC (1st) ... Associated Press All-ACC (1st) ... Touchdown Club of Richmond’s Defensive Back of the Year ... Pro Football Focus All-ACC (1st) ... Athlon Sports All-ACC (1st) ... Phil Steele All-ACC (1st). 2016 - Athlon Sports first-team Freshman All-ACC ... VaSID Defensive Rookie of the Year.

Hall Vs Notre Dame: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6-T4H_BKa8



Thaddeus Moss- 6-2, 250, 31 7/8"A, 23 R, 8.07 3-C, 4.98 SS, 27"V



03/2020: Moss is a competitor. He has some quick and short area burst in pattern. I like the way he runs patterns, He can be sneaky and slippery in pattern in traffic. He will go too slow sometimes and try to make the traffic take the LB out of position, and it will work. He missed two straight seasons in 2018 and 2017 first because of NCAA transfer rules and then Redshirted in 2018. He transferred from NC State where he played as a Freshman in 2016. You can take that as a positive or a negative, less wear and tear on the tires. 

Works hard. Good Competitor. Nice body control to go and get the ball. Quick hands. Terrific seam runner. On the short squat side. Good production in LSU's stacked Offense. I like him and I would Draft him early on Day Three. The Pats should too if they don't pick up a 2nd TE before the 4th. He always seems to make the led block that springs the RB. Knows how to run patterns and get open. He was taught well by his Dad. Knows how to use his size against smaller defenders.

He can seal the Edge for the RB to run behind him. He can chip and go in pattern. Precise in patterns. He can sink hips and burst inside. Not fast, but has that knack for getting open deep. Excellent in pass pro. He can hit the DE rushing the edge and slow him. And then move backwards, not exactly in a kickslide, but still stalemate him for a win. Plays with great strength.

He will lose his balance sometimes, but he is so strong that he can still win. Not participating at the Combine hurt him. I desperately want to know his speed. He has soft hands and seems to catch everything. Nice short area burst in pattern. Well built. Big. Strong. Tough blocker. He can be a force in the run game. Knows how to use leverage and hands to seal the D-end. 
He has that knack for getting open in pattern. He can sink into the hole. Finds a way to get open quick and short for his QB to dump the ball off to. Very physical in pattern. He can take the big hit, recover, and still run the pattern to get open. He gives a great physical chip. Then he can get open in pattern short. Not the most elegant dude, but he is a great mover on the field. Exciting player. You can see he loves the game. 

JUNIOR SEASON (2019): Had the most productive season for a tight end in school history … Key part of LSU’s record-setting offense .. A pass-catching threat on every play for the Tigers … Also very effective as a blocker in running situations … Holds LSU single-season mark for receptions (42) and receiving yards (534) by a tight end … Broke tight end reception mark previously held by Mitch Andrews (34 in 1985) and Malcom Scott (34 in 1981) and broke the yardage mark held by David LaFleur (439) … Started all 13 games in which he appeared … Fifth on team in receptions (42) and fourth in yards (534) … Averaging 12.7 yards a catch … Caught four passes, including a 62-yard touchdown, in win over Oklahoma … Had career-best 99 yards receiving in win over the Sooners … Caught at least one pass in 11 of his 13 games … Career-best seven catches for 45 yards vs. Auburn … Had six catches for 46 yards in win over Alabama … Had a then career-best 68 yards on four receptions vs. Arkansas … Caught 22 passes over a four-game span vs. Auburn, Alabama, Ole Miss and Arkansas … Two of his three receptions vs. Florida went for first downs … Against Alabama, had a highlight reel catch along the sidelines that made ESPN’s Top 10 Play of the Day list … That catch, which was reviewed and upheld, led to a rushing TD by Clyde Edwards-Helaire … Scored only TD of season against Utah State … Transfer from North Carolina State that missed all of 2018 with various foot injuries … Son of Pro Football Hall of Famer and arguably the greatest receiver in NFL history Randy Moss
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018): Redshirted in 2018.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017 at LSU): Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2016 at NC State): Started in three games at tight end for the Wolfpack, finishing his rookie season with six catches for 49 yards and a touchdown … Caught his first career TD on a 3-yard reception in the win against Old Dominion ... One of only three true freshmen to start a game for the Pack in 2016 … Starts came against Clemson, Syracuse and Miami … Caught two passes for 16 yards in his collegiate debut against William & Mary … Had career-long 17-yard reception against Wake Forest … Caught at least one pass in his first four collegiate games.

9.6 Athlete


*Clyde Edwards-Helaire- 5-7 1/4", 207, (O) 4.61, 10'3"Br, 39.5"Vert, 29"Arm, 15 Reps 



12/2019: Clyde is a short, stout and squat RB. Great quicks and elusiveness. He might be the hardest RB to hit in this Draft. They will line him up outside when they go Empty. Terrific blocker outside on the QB keeper. Great patience hiding behind blockers. Amazing quicks and explosion all over the place. Great nifty feet to plant and make defenders miss. Dynamic. Untouchable. Elite-COD. 

He runs terrific patterns out of the backfield. He has great suddenness in pattern to create separation. He should be a legit weapon in the passing game in the NFL. He will line up outside like Split End. Great job curling around the ORT, and getting open in the slot. Consistently gets open sneaking out to the Flats. He is pure explosion and burst, but he could lower than expected because of his size-speed ratio. 

He is so tough to stop running behind LSU's big line. Great quicks hopping outside to turn the corner. He has that flash you need in the NFL. He is so smooth and quick sliding through traffic. Good job protecting the ball with both hands when he collides with traffic. He runs fast and when he slides between to defenders, he also moves forward for extra yards. He runs so low to the ground that it is difficult to stop him instantly. 

2019 Season: Limited in the Oklahoma game due to a leg injury … Played sparingly against the Sooners, rushing for 14 yards on two carries … Expected to be at full strength for the National Championship contest … Started first 13 games of season at running back … First team All-SEC and a finalist for the Paul Hornung Award as the most versatile player in college football … Had one of the most outstanding all-around seasons for a running back in school history with 1,304 rushing yards and 16 TDs to go along with 50 catches for 399 yards and a score … Named LSU’s MVP at the team’s awards banquet on December 16 … Led SEC in rushing TDs (16) and finished No. 2 in the league in rushing yards … Fourth in SEC in rushing yards per game (99.23) … Tied LSU single-season record for receptions by a running back with 50 (Garry James, 1985) … Rushed for 100 or more yards six times, all coming in SEC games … LSU is 6-0 in those games. 

Just amazing agility and balance to spin out of the tackle, and then find a hole and burst forward for almost 10 yards (:01). LSU does everything they can to get him out in space (:09). They don't have him block or chip much at all (:23). But when you have a guy who can catch the ball in space and then make two of the best defenses in the SEC miss, so he can run for the 1st, it's easy to understand why. 

He has great explosion in his legs. Just watch him go take a flying leap (:32). He is so sneaky, ah, sneaking out of the backfield. Just watch the speed in pattern. He is so tough if not impossible to cover in the passing game (:39). Watch the quick one step fake, and then the explosion around the blocker and forward (:51). Watch the vision to see the hole on the other side of the OC (:59). Then the burst and quicks to instantly change direction and fly through the hole and downfield. 



9.6 Size RB



Calvin Throckmorton- 6-3, 317, (U) 5.58, S-1.95, 32 1/2"A, 23 R, 8.07 3-C, 4.98 SS, 27"V



12/2019: He is not just a Jack off all trades, he is a legit ORT. Plus, he has played on the left side, and looks to me like he could play OLT in an injury situation. That is just so valuable in the NFL to have a guy who can play all five OL positions. He played ORT against Washington and dominated.

He can burst forward and just punch the DE aside with shocking power. One of the best OLs to run behind in the Draft. Nice pop and seal blocker. He can control the edge, so the RB can get outside easily. Nice job doubling inside, and then turning outside to shove another DL. Startling terrible Combine is going to plummet him into Day Three. 

Playing ORT, he can pull through the hole and get to the opposite side of the O-line to block the D-end on the Draw. I thought that was very impressive. He played ORG as well, and you can see that he can still pull like an OG and impact a defender a long way away. He is a terrific dancer on the left Edge. He can stone the rusher, who doesn’t want him to get his big mitts in his shirt, and stone him with just position.  

Senior Bowl: He is good on the edge in space. He is vulnerable to the Swipe. He won the starting job at OLT for the South Offense. That is a huge deal for him. If a team think he can stand up at OLT in the NFL, he is a 1st Round pick (However, he was a complete disaster at the Combine. He tested out as barely able to play OG. So I slipped him down tot eh 4th). 

Great job getting outside at OLT, and knocking the OLB up and almost off his feet, to get a lane for his RB to run through. Heavy hands. He can get to the wide-9 rusher, and hold him outside with his quick feet and hands. Strong hands. He can get out and the Seal the DE easily on the inside run. I think he can play OLT in the NFL. I would take him late in the 2nd if I needed help along the O-line, and the Pats need help along the O-line.

Five Things To Know: Only FBS offensive lineman in 2018 to start at four different positions (RT, C, RG, LT). Graded out as the top offensive lineman in the Pac-12 in 2018, according to PFF.  Has played 1,133 snaps (15 games) without committing a penalty. Allowed just one sack over his last 31 games and 2,289 snaps, including 1,105 in pass pro. Has made 38 consecutive starts
As A Junior (2018): FWAA All-America second team. Phil Steele All-America second team. PFF All-America second team. AP Pac-12 All-Conference first team. Phil Steele Pac-12 All-Conference first team. PFF Pac-12 All-Conference team. Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention. Google Cloud Academic All-District 8. Pac-12 All-Academic first team. Three-Time PFF Pac-12 Team of the Week (Week 4, 5, 13).

9.5 Athlete?


Damon Arnette- 5-11 5/8", 195, (U) 4.57, 30” Arms, 


Ohio St.

01/2018: Arnette has excellent quick feet moving backwards which is so important for a CB. Great job weaving in front of the WR to slow his release. He can stand for a split second to stall the CB, then has a great quick hop outside to cut him off. Nice quick burst that gives him an advantage on the line. He plays on the QB's left with Okudah obviously on the right. 

Smooth with good eyes in zone drop. Nice job cutting off the WR. Then jamming with his outside arm, which makes it harder for the ref to see. He can stop quick and make a great dive back to the ball to break the pass up. Good feel for Off Coverage. Smart. He can get physical at the line in Press. He can take the WR out of the route right at the LOS in Press.

Tough dude Doesn't back down to the WR when it gets physical in pattern. Like to peek back at QB to read his eyes. Good job attacking the WR when the ball arrives. He has that knack for slowing the WR physically without drawing flags. Quicker than fast. He is good in press, but I like him more in Off. Good flexibility. Good hips. Good feet. Plays behind his eyes well. Understands what he sees. Very aware player. Looks fast enough, but 40 is a worry.

Not a lot of run defense in his game. He will get lost between the high and low receiver and tell the QB which one to throw too. Doesn't have top end speed. It will be more of problem for him in the NFL. Usually has to line up in off. Doesn't take on blocks well. Tends to hold hands with the WR in run game. Hit or miss in press. When he hits it's over, but when he misses he can't catch up. 

Combine: His Forty time killed me. He played faster than that. I love his Tape, but that Forty time killed me. He will be a solid 2nd Round Corner. 1st Round cover skills with Day Three speed, puts him in the 3rd in the Pats range to me. Good size. A little shorter than expect, but good length. He ran two straight Unofficial 4.57s, and it became an Official 4.56. I like to put up the Unofficial times, because each team has their own Unofficial times and they keep them. Improving ball skills. When his footwork is tricky he’ll miss the ball. Great quick feet in pedal. Great transition moving forward to backwards. Looked like an NFL Corner in W-drill. Then got injured at the Combine. 

Ohio State Career Overview: Graduated in Summer 2019 with his degree in communications. Spent five years, including 2015 red-shirt year, with the program. Played in four victories over Michigan and was a part of three consecutive outright Big Ten Conference championship teams. Earned all-Big Ten Conference honors three times, including second-team accolades by the coaches and media votes in 2019. Played in 53 games and started 38 times at cornerback. Recorded five career interceptions, including a 96-yard return for a touchdown vs. Indiana in 2019 that is the fourth-longest such return in school history. Had an interception in the 2018 Big Ten championship game win over Northwestern. Also had interceptions in 2017 (vs. UNLV and Michigan State) and one as a red-shirt freshman in 2016 vs. Nebraska. Career stats include 27 passes defensed (five interceptions; 22 pass break-ups) and 140 career tackles. Tough and physical performer who brought swagger to the field. Played senior season with a cast on one hand to protect a painful hand injury.

Honors & Awards: 2019: Second-team All-Big Ten (coaches and media). 2018: Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media). 2017: Honorable mention All-Big Ten (media)

9.7 Speed


KJ Hill- 6’, 196, (O) 4.6, 29.1"Arm, 17 Reps, 9'6" Broad Jump, 32.5"Vertical Leap, 


Ohio State

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: Hill is only 50 catches away from David Boston’s all time reception record at Ohio ST of 191. He has been the Slot guy with all the outside talent OSU has had. He will be moved outside this season. If he could break the OSU record, he will not last long in this Draft. He has great hands. If he is a legit 6-feet tall, he is a Day Two lock. He runs explosive patterns that get him wide open running down the Seam. Elite at getting open going down the seam. 

He is probably a Day Two pick, as he is not a pure speed guy. He has good but not great speed. What he did at OSU was get open in pattern, in the slot, and catch everything thrown to him. This season he will be doing it outside against Number One and Number Two CBs. If he succeeds, he could go early in the 2nd. He has to trust his hands more, but he as great blend of speed and quicks to get open in pattern. 

He is still probably more of a Slot guy. “I don’t think there’s anything he doesn’t do. To me, he’s not going to be a Parris Campbell burner but there’s a lot of things that he does that Parris maybe didn’t do,” OSU WR coach Brian Hartline said. “And he’s being a great leader. He’s growing up and I think that it’s an absolute pleasure and we’re blessed to have him back this year. and I’m glad that he came back, to not only lead this group, stay on his hip and just get better. K.J. Hill’s in a phenomenal spot, 

and he’s a staple right now in our receiver room.” They will be moving him more to outside WR. 
Nice speed on the Out and Up to get open deep. Easy catcher. He can be a bit of a body catcher sometimes. He has to extend his hands and catch it away from his body more. He has the speed to play outside. He has to catch it away from his body better to go in Day Two. He runs excellent patterns to get open from the Slot...

Ohio State Overview: K.J. Hill, perhaps influenced by the outstanding fifth-year seasons – and subsequent early round NFL Draft selections – had by receivers Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin in 2018, will lead the Ohio State receiving corps as a fifth-year senior and a potential record-setting receiver … Hill’s receptions, yards and touchdown totals have increased every season and he enters 2019 needing just 48 receptions to break David Boston’s 20-year-old school record of 191 career receptions … his 1,696 receiving yards place him 17th in school history and within range of a Top 5 yardage total in school history … Hill has caught a pass in 34 consecutive games – the school record is 48 by Gary Williams between 1979-82 – dating to the 2016 game against Northwestern … has played in 39 games with four starts … was named honorable mention all-Big Ten in 2018 after a 70-catch season, for 885 yards and six touchdowns … set career high with 187 receiving yards – the eighth-highest total in school history – and two touchdowns, off nine receptions, in the win over Minnesota … also scored touchdowns last year in wins against TCU, Penn State, Maryland and Michigan … had a fine sophomore campaign in 2017 when he led the team in receptions with 56 and was second in yards with 549 … had a career-best 12 receptions – the fourth-highest total in school history – and 102 receiving yards in the dramatic, come-from-behind win over Penn State … dependable, Hill also was the team’s primary punt returner with 26 returns for 144 yards (5.5 average) in 2017 … after red-shirting the 2015 season, Hill had a productive 2016 campaign, just missing a 20-catch season but leading the Ohio State receivers (10 or more catches) with a 14.6 yards-per-reception average … he played in 11 of 13 games in 2016, missing two with an ankle injury … he is majoring in communications

9.6 slot


*Justin Madubuike- 6-3, 293, (O) 4.83, 33 1/2"Arm, 31 Reps, 7.37 3-Cone, 


Texas A&M

01/2018: I do not like his Tape at all. Massively inconsistent, even for a DT. The More I Watch Him The Less I like him.

Good 4-tech, who can fight off the ORG and OC for a while, and then find the QB in traffic, through the double, when he is flushed by a teammate. Plays NT, 5-tech and DT as well. He'll line up at every position in odd and even fronts. He wins with attrition as well as explosion or burst upfield. He gets stalemated a lot in the rush and holds off the OLT or OLG or both, as he watches the QB. Then he goes and gets him when he takes off to his side. He can chase the QB out of bounds at the LOS after he takes off. 

Impressive speed down the line for a guy his size. Great first step burst. Wide and powerful. Slippery. Disruptive. Penetrator. Wide build like a NT, but blast off upfield like a 3-Tech. Measured smaller than expected, but he is relentless and gives great effort. Great tools to get upfield and pressure the QB. Great Combine. Size, speed, power numbers were elite. 

Doesn't fight to get outside on runs away. He is a short area and upfield burst player. He is not going to run 30-yards downfield to make a tackle. Reads and reacts a lot, which leaves him stuck at the line a lot against play action. Nice blast off, but once the momentum is stopped, he struggles to continue moving upfield. He has a tendency to shove off the OL when he is stopped and then move laterally. He seems move comfortable moving laterally sometimes. 

Good heavy hands. Nice speed to power shove, into a a power rip outside. He jolts OLs when he hits them with his hands. Great stunter. He can stunt inside at 5-tech and destroy the QB with an impressive size-speed hit. Great lateral movement. Moves better side to side than forward. He has that knack for hitting the quarterback (even if it is a little late), and you can see the QB feels it when he slams him. Just great at leaping up and getting a hand in the passing lane. 
He had an excellent Jr season, and is really rising up the charts. Georgia was doubling him all game. They play a lot of odd fronts, and he gets a lot of penetration against two OLs. He lined up on the Nose a lot. Very difficult to stop moving forward, once he gets going. Excellent at taking the depth out of the pocket. Smart guy who made the check and calls for the DLs. Quick around the short corner, and will eye the QB as he closes and leap up to tip the ball. Explosive. Powerful. Tough to stop moving once he gets going.  

2019 (JUNIOR)Has played in all 12 games, missing just one start … Leads the team with 11.5 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks and seven QB hurries … Was in on three tackles, adding a pair of QB hurries in the win over Texas State … Had a tackle and a hurry against Lamar … Made four tackles, 2.0 for loss including a sack, while also adding a QB hurry against Auburn … Recorded his first interception, returning it 18 yards, finishing the win over Arkansas with five tackles, 2.0 for loss … Made six tackles against Alabama … Had five tackles, a hurry and a blocked field goal late, forcing a fumble that was recovered for A&M’s first non-offensive touchdown of the year at Ole Miss … Made a pair of tackles and added a QB hurry in the win over Mississippi State … Had five tackles, including a sack for a 3-yard loss against UTSA … Made four tackles and added two QB hurries against South Carolina … Had three tackles and was in on a sack at Georgia … Made five tackles, tallying 1.5 sacks for 9 yards lost at LSU.
2018 (SOPHOMORE)Appeared in all 13 games, was fourth in total tackles with 40, tallied 10.5 TFL totaling 38 yards, 5.5 sacks for 31 yards lost and led the team with five QB hurries … registered three tackles and a sack for an 8-yard loss against No. 2 Clemson … tallied four tackles, one for an 8-yard loss, a forced fumble and broke up a pass at No. 1 Alabama … recorded a sack for a 4-yard loss, finishing with four total tackles against Arkansas … tallied three tackles, 2.0 for loss, two hurries and forced a fumble against No. 13 Kentucky … compiled 10 tackles, seven solo tackles, and a half sack against No. 7 LSU … recorded a sack for a 7-yard loss and forced a fumble against NC State … given the Defensive MVP award at the team’s annual banquet



Stephen Sullivan- 6-5, 248, 35.3"Arm! (O) 4.66, 10'3"Broad, 36.5"Vert, 7.51 3-Cone, 4.62 SS



01/2020: Talented kid, who barely played. He is a great blocker. He can get out to the OLB, drive him back, and into the ILB trying to get outside to get to the corner to reach the ball carrier. He has the athleticism to be a great receiving TE in the NFL. I was surprised by how good a blocker he was at the SB. He has a great burst forward to grab the big DE, as the ORT slides through to block the ILB, and he can him hit and turn him around and take him completely out of the play. He could be a steal for the Pats as a Move TE in the 6th or 7th. 

He just kept driving the DLs back in the run game. He has a great initial burst, and when he pops the DL up and out of leverage, he churns his feet like gears and just keeps driving the DL back so the RB can slash behind him. He runs good patterns in the Redzone. This guy could a steal for the Pats in the 6th or 7th Round based on Tape. I still don't why he didn't play at LSU. A true physical freak. 

Good athlete. He can catch the ball over the middle with two LBs crushing him. He can put a chip on the DE on the play action. Then get open in the flat. He is so impressive leaping up over the DB and grabbing the Alley-oop above the rim. This guy has NBA Vert. He can reach those big mitts, over the DB and hold on easily. He can catch the low ball, with the LB pounding over him. He runs a nice drag out to the flat. 

He is so impressive leaping up over the DB and grabbing the Alley-oop above the rim. This guy has NBA Vert. He can reach out those big mitts, over the DB and hold on easily. He can catch the low ball, with the LB pounding over him. He runs a nice drag out to the flat. 

Combine: He made himself very interesting at the Combine. Nice size and speed. Easy adjustment to the ball. Easy hands. Three drops in 1st gauntlet. He dropped one, and lost concentration and dropped the next two. He played some WR early at LSU. Smooth hands catcher. Nice strike and leverage. Looked great on 2nd run in gantlet. He can slip and still catch the In. Nice high catch on Comeback. He can make the good adjustment turning back to catch the pass. Easy catch on Fade. Hot and cold player. Can lose confidence and concentration and screw up. Huge upside. 

Talented kid, who barely played. He is a more of an H-back than a true TE. He did not get on the field much at LSU. Some think he could slip into Day Two, if he has a great Senior Bowl and Combine. I think he is a pure upside Day Three guy. He lined up outside like an X sometimes. He kept running patterns to get open in practice at Senior Bowl. He is a body catcher sometimes. He was a pure back up. Good blocker. He can block like a FB and a TE. Nice job flying into the Box and taking out the Safety going down hill with a huge hit. Great athlete, that LSU had running deep patterns a lot. He is so much more promise than production.  

One of the tallest receivers in school history at 6-foot-7 … Uses his large frame and outstanding leaping ability to his advantage … Great hands with the ability to create yards after the catch due to his size and speed … Spent time learning the tight end position during the spring, giving the Tigers another option in the passing game … Will continue to cross-train at both wide receiver and tight end in 2019 … Has 34 games to his credit with nine starts … Goes into 2019 with 34 career receptions for 582 yards and three touchdowns … Graduated in August 2019 with a degree in interdisciplinary studies.  

SENIOR SEASON (2019): Has seen action at both tight end and wide receiver for the Tigers ... Played in 13 games, starting twice (Northwestern State, Mississippi State) ... Caught four passes for 51 yards vs. Northwestern State and followed that with three receptions for 48 yards vs. Vanderbilt ... Had two catches for nine yards vs. Mississippi State ... Graduated from LSU in August of 2019. 
JUNIOR SEASON (2018): Played in 13 games with one start in 2018 … Second on team in receptions (23) and yards (363) … Caught a pair of TD passes and had at least one reception in 10 of LSU’s 13 games … Rushed twice for 20 yards, including an 11-yard run against Ole Miss … Against Auburn, made a spectacular 9-yard reception on fourth-and-nine late in the game that extended a drive that eventually led to Cole Tracy’s 42-yard game-winning field goal as time expired in LSU victory at Jordan-Hare Stadium … Finished Auburn game with two catches for 12 yards … Caught career-best five passes for 50 yards against Ole Miss … Had four receptions for 94 yards, including a 38-yard TD reception from Joe Burrow in win over Rice … Capped season with three catches for 72 yards, including a 42-yarder, in win over UCF in the Fiesta Bowl … The 42-yard reception came on third-and-seven at the LSU 48-yard line early in the fourth quarter that setup a Cole Tracy field goal that put the Tigers up 40-24.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017): One of the top targets in the passing game with 11 receptions for 219 yards and a touchdown … Made eight starts and played in all 13 games for the Tigers … Hauled in his first career reception for a career-long 46 yards against Chattanooga … Had his first career touchdown pass for 43 yards against Syracuse … Finished with a pair of receptions for 44 yards against Alabama, 40 yards against Arkansas and 24 yards in the Citrus Bowl against Notre Dame … Also ended the game with two catches against Troy and one catch against Texas A&M.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2016): Played in eight games, including four SEC games and the bowl win over Louisville.




*Anfernee Jennings- 6-2, 256, 32 7/8"Arm, 9 1/8" Hand, 



Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Teams will put the TE on his side in the rush, not Lewis’s. He can find the RB in space on the 2nd level and knock his block off. He is better in traffic than I thought. He doesn’t play on the 2nd level a lot. He is not as explosive as Lewis, but he finds the ball behind the line better. He’ll slash inside and knock the RB back off his feet. 
Great job grabbing the ball and trying to rip it out, when a teammate is tackling the RB. When he gets aggressive going to the QB, he can turn back instantly and tackle the RB from behind. He will step outside and cover the TE sometimes and can stop him at the line when they throw to him. Very disciplined player. He is a Patriots type Edge. He knows responsibilities on every play and take them seriously. He has some extra value, on the punt return team. Good blocker on special teams. 
He had two sacks against LSU in the 1st quarter. He made the play that got them back in the game in the 1st quarter. His sack on 3rd down led to the punt that Waddle returned for a TD. He can also find the RB in traffic. Very nice hop outside and double swipe move. When he uses his hands aggressively in the rushes he wins... 
09/2018: When he is lined up at OLB: he can take on the TE, make the FB miss, and grab the RB trying to get outside. He always seemed to be pushing the TE back on the edge, and then slicing inside and grabbing or hitting the RB as he slashed inside of him. I love how he kept going, even when the RB got by him. 

He will turn and chase, and grab the RB from behind and help his DLs bring him down. "He had a fantastic game [against Clemson in playoffs]," Saban said. "I think everybody was responsible for this victory because everybody took ownership for it. Everybody took ownership for their role, whether it was a kickoff cover team or the defense. But Anfernee Jennings certainly played an outstanding game." He can stack and shed the ORT at the point.

Then grab the RB's feet behind the LOS. He has a great straight arm jam with his inside arm that can turn the blocker. He does not let RBs get outside of him on the Edge. Nice job holding the point, and sending the RB inside. Explosive. Aggressive. Active. When he put his hand down, he got doubled a lot. He needs to be a little slipperier in 2019 in the rush. Nice hand fighter on the edge, but he has to shed a little quicker. Explosive up field burst in the rush set him apart for me. Garnered 5 Sacks, 11.5 TFLs, and 16 Hurries in 2019.

He miss the Champ Game after he hurt his knee against Clemson. "He has a sprained knee," Saban said. "We don’t know what his status will be for the next game." He will line up on either side standing up and with his hand in the dirt. Strong. Fierce. Relentless. 

He needs another move off speed to power in the rush. "We basically have Anfernee and Christian Miller, who have been starters around here," Saban said. "Past that, we have Ben Davis and two freshmen. That's basically what we have. If we had more inside linebackers, Josh McMillon could play the position. But I'm not sure we could afford to move him. So we're very thin at those two positions right now." Out performed 

He does a great job not letting blockers grab his shirt. He is exceptional at using his hands to keep OLs hands off his shirt. When they let him explode off the snap, he is three yards into the backfield before the other DLs can shed a block. Terrific inside move on stunt. He has to turn his twitchy talent into production this year. Good not great stats in 2019. 

Senior (2019): Returned for his senior season in a veteran linebacker group ... an All-SEC First Team selection by both the league coaches and the Associated Press ... recorded eight sacks (-61 yards) to pace UA and rank fourth in the SEC in that category ... totaled 12.5 tackles for loss (-72 yards), a number that tied for third in the SEC ... accumulated 83 tackles to rank third on UA ... added eight quarterback pressures, five pass breakups and one forced fumble to his 2019 totals ... also picked off one pass on the year ... selected as a semifinalist for the Butkus Award, presented annually to the nation’s top linebacker ... named as a Second Team Preseason All-American by The Sporting News ... also tabbed to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Butkus watch lists ... named one of the Alabama coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his play against Duke, New Mexico State, South Carolina, Southern Miss, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Arkansas, LSU and Mississippi State.
Junior (2018): Powerful threat off the edge who was dominant in his sophomore campaign but suffered a season-ending knee injury that kept him out of the title game that year ... spent the spring and fall rehabbing to get back to 100 percent for his junior season ... totaled 51 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss (-40 yards) and 6.5 sacks (-30 yards) ... added a team-high 11 pass breakups with six quarterback hurries ... also contributed two fumble recoveries for 18 total yards with one returned for a touchdown while adding his first career interception in 2018 ... Bednarik and Butkus award watch list nominee along with a Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list candidate in the preseason ... selected as one of the Crimson Tide coaching staff’s defensive players of the week for his efforts against Texas A&M, LSU, The Citadel and Auburn.

9.6 Production


*Devin Duvernay- 5-10, 200, 35 5/8"Arm, (O) 4.39! 10'3"Br! Vert, 35.5", 7.13 3-Cone, 4.2 SS 



It was my plan to build this monstrosity, all players with the best descriptions, ending with Duvernay at 125. But after almost finishing this, I'm not sure that Duvernay will still be on the Board at 125. Granted, I'm prejudice. Because I think Duvernay is the best player to fit into the Patriots offense. The cannot miss on this guy. Elite Character. Elite speed. Elite work ethic. He is everything BB loves in a player. 

He is such a great leader that halfway through last season the players, the players, went to the Head Coach at Texas, in a true Rudy moment, and demanded that he be made one of the Team Captains. Bill, are you listening? This is your dude. Elite Leader. Track guy who plays in the Slot, and destroys Secondaries running down the seam like a Mighty Mouse Gronk! 

The Pats cannot go through this season with the Wretched Refuse at WR and TE. It cost them Brady last season. And Stidham ain't no Brady (not yet;). He went through the same one-year Red Shirt program that Brady went though as a rookie. But he is going to need some legit NFL weapons this season. 

Once Brady's little pet birdie Edelman broke his wing, there were no weapons left that could help Brady fly. That's why he went to Tampa. Tampa has weapons that can make Brady look better, rather than visa verse. Brady looked old last season, but the guys in Tampa can make him look young again. 

Stidham ain't makin' any of these guys look better.  He needs some dudes who can make him look better. Did you notice I gave him Justin Jefferson in teh 1st, who statistically was the best Slot guy in the FBS last season. Duvernay, while statically was not the best slot guy in the FBS, he was my favorite. The Pats can no longer sit here at 125 and pray he drops for them for the super steal of the Draft. Granted most teams won't know what to do with him. But he is a perfect fit for the Pats. 

The Pats need to trade down into the 2nd. However, if Jefferson is on the Board at 23, I don't see how BB can pass on him. That leaves two full Rounds, Oh-No, that leaves 64-friggin'-picks until they pick again. Which would have been fine if they get Jefferson there and Duvernay here. They are the type of Slot guys that the Pats Offense turns into Number One WRs, and they both have some serious speed. Together they would transform the Pats Offense for Stidham for a decade. 

BB likes his steals, but they may have to trade up in the 3rd to snag him. They might have to trade up with this pick and a 3rd to snag him in the 2nd if they get paranoid. The good news is that no one is talking about him. So he is almost certainly assured to be their for the Pats in the 3rd at pick 87. Short slot guys just don't go as early as they should. No one has him going that early. Like I said, I'm prejudice. He's my favorite WR in this Draft. 

For Idiots who didn't buy PatsDraft's The Mother Of All Mocks, Devin Duvenay Tape.

Taken from The Mother Of ALL Mocks: Until the Pats resign Brady (that one hurt), QB is their Number One need. They also have issues on the O-line. However, they have a lot of O-linemen coming back to the scene. Remember they have Yodny Cajuste from West Virginia and Hjalte Froholdt from Arkansas coming back. Now that both have been properly Red-shirted. They are ready to play. 

We don’t know if Cajuste is an O LT, but I said I thought he could play OLT in the NFL before the Pats drafted him. I don’t see why that would change. The problem is the loss of Scarnecchia. He was the best Zone Blocking OL coach, maybe ever. The last time he left they replaced him with Googs, and he was a pure power scheme blocking guy. They can’t do that again. 

They are loaded with OLs, but most are geared to a Zone blocking scheme. Though Cajuste and Froholdt did not play in a Zone Blocking Schemes in college. They are power blockers. So the big worry, beside Brady, is the blocking scheme. They may have to pick up some bigger blockers as well in this Draft. Thuney might be better in a power blocking scheme, but he is a free agent (yay). 

Shaq is a smaller OG, but more of a power blocking dude. Cannon obviously can play in either scheme. Andrews and Karras are the real problem. The good news is that if that Cajuste can play OLT than Wynn can play anywhere on the O-line, including Center. So a 

transition looks like it had been started two years ago, like BB new that Scarnecchia was retiring.

As for my favorite WR in the Draft. He is strong as an ox and as fast as a deer in the woods being chased by a wolf. His best feature for the Pats is that he is a slot guy who is vastly different. He is short, at likely under 5-11, but strong at 210. He is a bowling ball playing WR, which is adjective I usually reserve for RBs. 

But what makes him so extraordinary is his speed. He was a sprinter in high school and he brings true sprinter speed to the NFL. When he hits the open field after the catch, he unleashes it sometimes. It is a thing of beauty when he shifts it into 5th gear and flies down field leaving fast Corners in the dust like yesterday’s trash. 

So he is faster the average bear in the slot. Tougher and stronger than any 5-10, 5-11 dude I’ve seen at 210 pounds. Elite soft hands that never drop the ball. He has it all but is shorter than the NFL likes. But not too short for what the Pats like. They crave short WRs. Picking him up in the 3rd would be a huge steal. He is my favorite wide receiver in this Draft. 

Some leftover stuff on Duvernay: Former track guy who has turned himself into a great slot guy. Good blocker who his not afraid of the rough stuff. Fast. Solid build. Explosive in open field. He is great playing through contact. He is short, but strong, tough, and has great ball skills. He is so good at adjusting to the ball and snagging it not only through contact, but while being tackled. 

He will block on Dives. He runs a great slot fade and knows when to give a little shove and go up and grab the ball. Very strong. He is not a small guy. He can make the first guy miss when he is running with the ball. Great speed and runs the slot fade to get open on both sides, and catches it through contact, physically, on both shoulders. 

Nice job stopping in traffic and catching the ball thrown behind him on the wrong shoulder. He is a 1st down machine. He just knows how to run patterns to get open, even in the Redzone. He is built like a little RB. He looks like an NFL (power) slot guy to me. He runs a great corner route in the Endzone and can catch it over his shoulder and get two feet down in the corner. He could look unstoppable in Texas. 

A fourth-year wide receiver who has played in all 39 games and made 17 starts ... named 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... named Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Week (Oct. 17, 2016) ... was selected to participate in the 2016 Under Armour All-America Game ... also participated in the 2015 Nike “The Opening” ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie team in 2016-17 ... a five-time member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (fall 2016, spring 2017, fall 2017; spring 2018, spring 2019) ... named 2018 Academic All-Big 12 First Team.

9.7 Height

Slot WR


Essang Bassey- 5-9.3, 191, 6.95 3-C! (O) 4.46, 10'8"Br! 39.5"Vert! 4.13 SS, 31"Arm, 12 Reps


Wake Forest

04/2020: I wasn't particularly impressed with his Tape. But he was voted team caption, and that matters. He had a great Combine. He really looked the part. With proper coaching he could be a starting CB in the NFL. A 6.95 in the 3-Cone Drill is a great number for him. I think his best position might be FS. 

He has 227 career tackles and 12.5 TFLs. Ironically (because his son is in this Draft) he reminded me of Antoine Winfield Sr. Who was a great CB at Ohio state, but he also set the Ohio State record for career tackles with 278, with 22.5 TFLs, and won the Thorpe award that year, but he only had 29 PBU. Those are the two most career tackles by a CB in the FBS that I can ever remember. 

Bassey is terrific in the run game. Strong tackler. Aggressive. He has the size of Nickel. But I think he can play outside. Tough as nails. Great mover. Great Quicks. Twitchy. Fast. Good ball skills. He can make a play on the ball in the air, but struggled to catch it. 45 career PBU is an incredible number. But he only had 5 INTs. He has a great burst and explosion to the ball in the air, but he tends to tip it and not catch it. Fluid hips. Great quick feet. 

Combine: Cover two CB. Good tackler.  Plays hard. He might be a Cover Two Safety. Great burst back and great quick pedal. Nice burst forward. He can hop up and snag the ball. Like the way he moves on the field. Great mover. Loses his balance when he gets hit. He has to get stronger. Great easy hands in gauntlet. He can mirror the WR. Great quick feet. When he plays and stays low and mean, he really looks the part. Excellent COD. Nice burst changing direction. I thought he played a lot better in 2019. 

12/2019: He plays a lot of Off. They always keep him on the QBs right. They don’t like to move him around. Teams will line up in trips left a lot to keep him out of coverage. He can set the edge when a WR doesn’t line up on his side. He is space player who stays away from the LOS. He seems to zone a lot. Smooth pedal. He likes to watch the QB as he pedals.

Strong run defender. He seems to play more like a FS in the passing game sometimes. He plays in a wacky system where he is asked to do things I have never seen a CB be asked to do. I wasn’t going to do this, but there are too many things that I don’t understand and can’t explain what he is doing in coverage.

First off, he doesn’t move. I have never seen the ball get snapped and a DB not move his feet through almost the whole play. The ball is snapped and he doesn’t move for 4-seconds. The outside WR runs by him and he just stands there. He finally reacts to a WR crossing under him. I have never seen anything like that before. But I’m not blaming him, I’m blaming the coaches. But how do you scout that?  

Overview: Elected a team captain for the 2019 season ... Enters his senior season tied with OT Jake Benzinger for the team lead with 26 consecutive starts ... Leads all defensive players with 28 career starts along with Amari Henderson ... Starts the 2019 campaign with 34 career pass break-ups, the fifth-most in school history ... His four career interceptions are the most among active Demon Deacons ... Ranks eighth in career passes defended (PBU and interceptions) with 38 ... Has started each of the last two bowl games for the Demon Deacons.

2018 (Junior): Named second team All-ACC ... Started all 13 games and finished third on the team with 1,095 plays from scrimmage ... Third on the team with 74 total tackles ... Led the Deacs with 93 snaps against NC State (11/8) ... Led the team in pass break-ups for the second straight year with 15 including three vs. Tulane (8/30) ... Had a season-high 10 tackles in a win over Louisville (10/27) ... Added eight stops each against Boston College (9/13) and Syracuse (11/3) ... Recorded an interception against Towson (9/8) ... Scored his second career touchdown with a 51-yard fumble return against Rice (9/29) ... His five pass break-ups vs. Syracuse (11/3) are the second-most in a game by a Deacon in school history.

2017 (Sophomore): Honorable mention All-ACC ... Tied the school record with 19 passes defended (16 PBU, 3 interceptions) ... Was second in the ACC in passes defended ... Finished 39th in the ACC in tackles per game with 5.8 ... Led the club with 1,178 total snaps ... His 121 total plays against Syracuse were the most by a Deacon in any game in 2017 ... Started all 13 games at cornerback and saw action on kickoff coverage team ... Had nine tackles and a game-high three pass break-ups in the Belk Bowl ... Named to ESPN’s All-ACC Bowl team ... Set Wake Forest bowl game record with three pass break-ups in the Belk Bowl ... Against NC State (11/18) had eight tackles, a tackle for loss, two pass break-ups and a game-sealing interception in the end zone ... Led Wake Forest with 12 tackles at Syracuse (11/11) ... Had an end zone interception of Lamar Jackson vs. Louisville (10/28) ... Led the team with 10 tackles vs. the Cardinals ... Had two tackles for loss, two pass break-ups and five tackles vs. Appalachian State (9/16) ... Had his first career interception and turned it into a 30-yard pick-six just before the half at Boston College (9/9) to give the Deacons a 21-7 lead ... Named the ACC Defensive Back of the Week for his efforts ... Finished the game with five tackles ... Earned honorable mention player of the week honors from the Jim Thorpe Award ... Earned his second varsity letter.

9.5 Potential


DJ Wonnum- 6-5, 258, S-1.7 (O) 4.73, 10'3"Br! 34.5"V, 34.31"Arm, 20 Rep, 7.25 3-C, 4.44 SS


S. Carolina

01/2020: Senior Bowl: He was a beast all week in Senior Bowl practice. Then he started making tackles inside in the game as well. He really stepped his game up in the SB. He was doing a great job stacking and shedding on runs at him and knocking the RB down. I saw him as a pure Edgerusher, but he was great in run defense on the Edge in the SB. Great power move upfield to push the OLT up and back. Then stop and cut inside of him while hacking his hands. Good hand fighter. 

Alabama: He can burst upfield past the OLT and force the RB inside. He can jam the TE inside, and force the RB outside. Then spin back outside and tackle the RB. Strong. Aggressive. Agile. Plays OLB in odd fronts and will drop into coverage. He will also play with a hand down and even-up the front four. Better get off in the rush with a hand down. Nice job, essentially playing ILB and holding his ground and jamming the TE up in pattern. Then turning and covering him in the crossing pattern. Nice hips. Fluid in rush. Played outside standing up at OLB more this year. 

Good in coverage on the 2nd level. Versatile. He plays primarily on the QB's left, but lines up everywhere from ILB, 5-Tech to the Edge positions. He was better in 2019. More disciplined on the Edge. Spies the QB sometimes. He'll rush the edge standing up in the 3-4. Nice jam on TE to slow his release. He will play on the Strongside, and take on the TE, shed, and tackle the RB at the LOS. The More I Watched Him, in 2019, The More I Liked Him. He wasn't as good in 2018. 

Combine: Not bad in pedal. 4-bag drill: Better feet than I thought. Pretty good moving forward to back. Nice bend. Nice spin. He can dip. Fattens well. Hoops Drill: Needs more bend. Better moving sideways. Caught the ball. Not a great pedal, but smooth. Coverage drill: Moves well laterally. He caught it. Good moving back. Great feet moving laterally outside side. Caught it. Good moving back and inside. Caught it. He caught it deep. Voted Team Captain in 2019. 

Standout student-athlete during his career... 29.5 career tackles for loss ranks ninth on the school’s all-time list… a four-time SEC Defensive Player or Lineman of the Week selection... two-time team captain (2017 and 2019)... one of just three sophomores who was named a permanent team captain in school history... appeared in 43 games with 30 starts... logged 137 career tackles with 14.0 sacks.

2019: Senior BUCK who was named one of five permanent team captains… accepted an invitation to play in the Reese’s Senior Bowl… was a second-team All-SEC selection by the Associated Press… named honorable mention all-conference by Pro Football Focus… was on the Mayo Clinic list for Comeback Player of the Year… selected by the Carolina coaches as the Comeback Player of the Year… also was a Nutrition Award, Strength & Conditioning, and Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete Award winner… finished the season with 37 tackles, including 9.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks… named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Kentucky when he registered a career-high 3.0 sacks among his five tackles and forced a fumble… it was the fourth time he had been recognized by the SEC for a weekly award in his career… also had 3.0 tackles for loss while logging a season-high seven stops in the season opener vs. North Carolina… intercepted a pass at Missouri, setting up a touchdown… blocked a field goal attempt off the foot of All-American Rodrigo Blankenship at Georgia, helping the Gamecocks to an overtime win... named a Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete during the spring game.

Honors candidate at the Buck position as he returns for his senior campaign... a two-time SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week selection... one of just three sophomores who was named a permanent team captain in school history... has appeared in 31 games over the past three seasons with 18 starts... owns 100 career tackles including 20.0 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks... named a Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete during the spring game.

2018: Junior who suffered through an injury-plagued season... limited to five games, all starts... credited with 11 tackles, including 3.5 tackles for loss and a pair of sacks... made three tackles against Coastal Carolina, including 1.0 for loss, before leaving the game with a sprained ankle... returned from a five-game hiatus to have a big day in the Tennessee win, with three tackles and 2.0 sacks, including a sack on UT’s final play... named SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week for his efforts... with brother, Dylan, earning SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week the same week, became the first set of brothers to earn league honors the same week... had a key fumble recovery in the Ole Miss win... missed the final three games due to the ankle injury... a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.



*Netane Muti- 6-3, 315, 31 3/4"Arm, 44 Reps! #52


Fresno State

01/2020: Light on his feet. Bouncy in space. Rare athlete. When he stays and plays low and balanced he is unbeatable. Great trap blocking the DT inside. When he stays and plays low, he can get twisted by the big DT, but hold on and not give up his balance. He is a moose on short yardage. He played some OLT an emergency situation. Big and thick. Built for power run game. 

Nice initial explosion off the snap, to impact the DE up and back with a jolt. He seems to play better as the game goes on. He needs to loosen up better before game. He will turn and look for someone to block when no one rushes his lane, and not find anybody, but hold his position. 

Good moving back in pass pro. A little hoppy. Nice job grabbing the DT and stopping him with his hands and balance. He has a great punch up on the double inside that visibly jolt the DT's body. He shows heavy hands sometimes, but could be more consistent jolting DLs. Great initial burst off the snap. A team can run behind him. Nice hand placement. Massive mover. 

He got injured during the season and missed the rest of it, and also was unable to participate in the Senior Bowl and Combine. He might have to show he is healthy to get drafted on Day Two. When he gets his hands in the DT first, he can hold him at the line for the whole play, off play action. Tough and ornery. He can look light on his feet sometimes. Heavy hands.

A little slow out in space and not nifty hitting the D-end outside in space. Great initial burst and hit, but doesn't sustain blocks as long as you'd like and can too easily be taken out of balance and out of the block. Gives up leverage and balance too easily in pass pro. First move in pass pro is up too much. Not the niftiest feet against speed. Played OLT a little, but not in NFL. Hot and cold player. He can lose his athleticism when he gets high. Not a great dancer on the Edge. Small school wunderkind, who didn't' always play as well against top comp. 

2019 (Junior): Appeared in three games before suffering a season-ending injury … started against USC, Minnesota and Sacramento State … was voted a team captain at the beginning of the season ... declared for the 2020 NFL Draft at the conclusion of the season.

2018 (Sophomore): Started the first two games of the season at left tackle before suffering a season-ending injury during the second half of the Sept. 8 contest at Minnesota ... named to preseason Polynesian College Football Player of the Year watch list

2017 (Redshirt Freshman): All-Mountain West honorable mention selection … started all 14 games … member of an offensive line unit that ranked third in the nation in sacks allowed, having allowed just 10 sacks all season, a clip of 0.71 per game … the unit ranked third in the nation in tackles for loss allowed, having allowed 46 TFLs, a rate of 3.29 TFLs allowed per game … the offensive line helped hold six opponents without a sack over the season’s 14 games while the maximum allowed was two, recorded by Alabama (Sept. 9) and Boise State (Dec. 2) ... the Fresno State offensive line didn’t allow a tackle for loss in a crucial 27-3 win over San Diego State, marking the first time a Fresno State O-line did not allow a tackle for loss in a game since Sept. 10, 2011 at Nebraska … the Bulldogs, who averaged 155.0 yards on the ground, ran for 2,170 yards on the season – the most since 2014.

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Aloha Gilman- 5-10, 201, (O) 4.6, 6.81 3-Cone! 4.08 SS! 9'11"Br, 32"Vert, 30.7"Arm, 17 Reps


Notre Dame

04/2020: Terrific FS. He is also a great special teamer. He can help a team in a lot of ways. He can line up like a OLB and make the tackle in the run game. He will get too aggressive in coverage and take the bad PI. He has to chill when he get outside to the WR before the ball. That's why he's not a CB. 

Elite COD on the 2nd level. He'll move back before the snap, and then flash forward when he sees the run, then flash outside when he sees the hand off, and then flash inside when he sees the QB kept it and still be the first dude to the QB to tackle him. Elite COD. Not just a guided missile, but a smart drone that never misses. 

Very aggressive when he is the last line of defense. He can fly up from FS, and slam the RB who got past the LBs. Smart and moves around a lot before the snap. Finds the QB in the option like  a magnet. Diagnoses instantly. Quick twitch football brain on the field. He can run an NFL Defense. He was a transfer after playing one year at Navy, so you know the Pats are interested. 

SB: Competitor. Game and winning means a lot to him. Striker. Attacks the ball carrier like he stole his lunch money. If desire, brains, heart, quicks and explosion mean anything than he will succeed in the NFL. Smart. Leader. Elite eyes. They use him to move around a lot to try trick the QB. Line him up like a LB, and then he'll fly backwards like a bat out of hell and drop into Cover One. Great speed and versatility. Finds the RB in a flash and takes his legs out with speed. He should be a special teams Maven. Pats with three 3rds cannot pass on him in the 3rd Round. 

Combine: He was a sprinter in high school, and he brings that sprinter speed to the field. He looks like a Day Three DB to me, with a lot of upside. Nice pedal. He has some snap in his hips. He played some SS at ND and some corner, but he looked like a FS at Combine. Quick mover. Elite COD. This guy can change direction like a waterbug. Loose hips. Fluid and smooth moving all over the field. When he read it right he finds the ball carrier. Nice pedal and hips. Fast pedal. With a Navy Academy background, a Team Captain, and a 6.81 3-Cone, he should be a Patriot on Day Two. 

A Team captain (2019): Pro Football Focus National Team of the Week (2019 Week 5 vs. Virginia). Nagurski Trophy Watch List (2019). Thorpe Award Watch List (2019)
AP Second Team Presason All-American (2019). Scout Team Player of the Year: Defense (2017). Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Rookie of the Year (2016). Honorable Mention All-AAC (2016). AAC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 11, 2016). Honorable Mention Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week (Sept. 11, 2016). 

SENIOR SEASON (2019): Started all 13 games, finishing fourth on the team with 74 tackles, 3.0 TFLs, one sack, one interception, two break-ups, a QB hurry, one fumble recovery and three forced fumbles. Recorded an interception in win over Virginia. Had nine tackles in the season-opening win over Louisville. Recorded a break-up in the regular-season finale at Stanford.

JUNIOR SEASON (2018): Selected as Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week after making two interceptions and eight tackles against No. 12 Syracuse. Named to the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award Watch List. Started all 13 games with 95 total tackles, 3.0 TFLs, five break-ups, three forced fumbles and two interceptions (both against No. 12 Syracuse). Set a Notre Dame bowl record for most tackles in a game with 19 against Clemson. Recorded 10 tackles against USC. Named the team’s Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year in 2017 (DNP after transferring from Naval Academy). Honorable mention All-American Athletic Conference and ECAC Rookie of the Year as a freshman at Navy in 2016.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017): Did not see game action following transfer from Navy
Helped the Notre Dame defensive scout teams during game preparation.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2016 NAVY): Played in all 14 games and started 12
Finished second on the team in tackles with 76 (50-26), second in pass breakups (five) and second with two fumble recoveries. Forced a fumble. Recorded six tackles against LA Tech in the Armed Forces Bowl. Produced eight tackles against Army. Recorded six tackles, including a tackle for loss against Temple in the AAC Championship Game. Posted four tackles at SMU, including a tackle for a loss of four yards. Chipped in a pair of tackles at East Carolina
Registered three solo stops and a pass breakup against Tulsa. Paced the Mids with 12 tackles against Notre Dame. Produced five tackles, including two tackles for a loss at USF
Turned in three solo tackles and broke up two passes in the win over Memphis. Part of a defensive unit that caused three Houston turnovers (2 INT, 1 Fumble) that in turn led to 17 points for the Mids. Posted four stops against the Cougars and broke up a pair of passes, the first two of his career. Produced five tackles, including his first collegiate tackle for loss in the Mids’ win at Tulane. Earned his first career start and played a spectacular game against UConn in the conference opener. Earned AAC Defensive Player of the Week and Honorable Mention Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week honors after he recorded a career-high 10 tackles, including nine solo stops, forced a fumble and recovered two fumbles. Returned the first of the two fumbles for two yards and his first career touchdown. Made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against Fordham where he contributed a pair of solo tackles.



Josh Metellus- 5-11, 209, 6.94 3-Cone! 10'4"Broad! (O) 4.55, 36.5"Vert, 44 SS, 20 Reps



04/2020: Fast going downhill to the RB. Good tackler and hitter. They will bring him up into the box as well. He will line up like a Mike sometimes. Lines up over the Trips Right. Takes the one that goes deep. He can instantly change direction and charge up to tackle the one that caught it short. Excellent in coverage. Much better than I thought in Coverage. I always saw him as a SS/LB, but he was a true Free Safety in 2019. 

He played some FS and Cover One Safety as well. He can be the first guy to the WR catching it over the middle deep. He played Cover Two and the middle of Cover Three. He was centerfielder a lot for Michigan in 2019. He can cover the WR that crosses the middle deep down field and make a play on the ball. 

Senior Bowl: Great Safety. He is surprisingly good in coverage. They have him go man to man all week at the Senior Bowl, and he was winning. He looks like a solid Day Two Safety. He will kill on special teams, and play for a long time in the NFL. TMIWHTMILH. He is a guy the Pats might snag on Day Three. Blocked a punt against Maryland. Another Sub-7.0 in the 3-Cone drill Safety and a special Teams maven who is on the Pats radar on Day Two or Three. He really looked great at the Senior Bowl. He showed he could cover much better at the SB than I saw at Michigan. 

At Michigan: Four-time letterman (2016-17-18-19). Three-time All-Big Ten honoree (second team, coaches and media, 2018; third team, media, 2019; honorable mention, coaches, 2017, '19, and media, 2017). All-Big Ten selection by the Associated Press (first team, 2018). Played in 47 contests during his career with 38 starts, including 37 at safety.

Senior (2019): Started all 13 games as a safety and also contributed on special teams; made 74 tackles including four for loss with two interceptions and another five pass breakups plus one fumble recovery to earn his fourth varsity letter. Named to Pro Football Focus College's All-Big Ten Team on defense (honorable mention, safety). Shared Defensive Player of the Game honors with the entire defense for their performance against Iowa. Named co-Defensive Player of the Game for his performance at Maryland. Recognized four times as part of the Pro Football Focus College Big Ten Defensive Team of the Week (safety) for his performances against Middle Tennessee State, Army, Notre Dame and Michigan State. Started and made three assisted tackles, adding one pass breakup against Middle Tennessee State (Aug. 31). Recovered one fumble and made five tackles after starting and playing special teams against Army (Sept. 7). Registered eight tackles and one pass breakup at Wisconsin (Sept. 21). Made four tackles playing safety and special teams against Rutgers (Sept. 28). Picked off one pass and made six tackles against Iowa (Oct. 5). Notched three solo tackles playing safety and special teams at Illinois (Oct. 12). Credited with five tackles including a split-TFL at Penn State (Oct. 19). Made four tackles including one for loss and added a pass breakup against Notre Dame (Oct. 26). Picked off a pass and led the team with a career-high nine tackles at Maryland (Nov. 2), including a career-high 2.0 TFL. Contributed six tackles against Michigan State (Nov. 16). Broke up two passes and made a pair of solo tackles at Indiana (Nov. 23). Totaled eight tackles against Ohio State (Nov. 30). Led the team with 11 tackles against Alabama in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1), including a half-tackle for loss.

Junior (2018): Started in 12 games as safety and played special teams; made 48 tackles, recorded three interceptions and returned one for a touchdown to earn his third varsity letter. All-Big Ten selection (second team, coaches and media). All-Big Ten selection by the Associated Press (first team). Twice named the team's Defensive Player of the Week for his performances against Maryland and Wisconsin. Along with the entire defense, secured a share of Defensive Player of the Week honors for their contributions towards the team performance against Michigan State. Delivered the Big Hit of the Week against Indiana. Named to the Pro Football Focus College All-Big Ten Defensive team (Safety) after his performance against Nebraska (Sept. 22). Started at safety at Notre Dame (Sept. 1) and was credited with two tackles before a targeting call saw him ejected for the game. Led U-M with seven tackles after starting at safety against Western Michigan (Sept. 8), with 1.5 tackles for loss. Intercepted a pass and returned it 73 yards for a touchdown against SMU (Sept. 15) while making seven tackles and recording a pass breakup. Recorded what was the sixth-longest interception returned for a touchdown in Michigan history at the time against SMU. Made three tackles with 1.5 for loss, and added one interception to go with one pass breakup against Nebraska (Sept. 22). In doing so, became the first Wolverine with interceptions in back-to-back games since Jourdan Lewis (2015).Contributed three solo stops from the safety positions at Northwestern (Sept. 29). Tallied four tackles at Maryland (Oct. 6) including three solo stops. Intercepted a pass and returned it 31 yards against Wisconsin (Oct. 13) to go with another pass breakup and five total tackles, tied for the team lead. Contributed one solo tackle at Michigan State (Oct. 20). Broke up one pass and made two tackles against Penn State (Nov. 3). Totaled five tackles with one pass breakup and half a tackle for loss against Indiana (Nov. 17). Made four solo stops among five tackles and registered one pass breakup at Ohio State (Nov. 24). Credited with four solo tackles playing safety against Florida in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl (Dec. 29).

Sophomore (2017):  All-Big Ten honoree (honorable mention, coaches and media). Played in all 13 games with 13 starts at safety; also contributed on special teams and made a total of 50 tackles with five pass breakups and earned his second varsity letter. Earned Special Teams Player of the Game recognition after his performance in the game against Maryland. Made the second start of his career and his first as a safety against Florida at the Advocare Classic (Sept. 2), tallying three solo stops, one forced fumble and one pass breakup. Made two solo stops against Cincinnati (Sept. 9). Contributed towards six tackles with five assisted stops against Air Force (Sept. 16). Made contributions on special teams against Florida (Sept. 2), Cincinnati (Sept. 9) and Air Force (Sept. 16). Made three tackles with two solo stops against Purdue (Sept. 23). Recorded one pass breakup against Michigan State (Oct. 7). Had four solo stops en route to a seven-tackle day at Indiana (Oct. 14). Made three tackles at Penn State (Oct. 21). Against Rutgers (Oct. 28), contributed two tackles . Made three tackles against Minnesota (Nov. 4). Made four solo stops on his way to a six-tackle day at Maryland (Nov. 11), adding one punt block, half a tackle for loss and one pass breakup. Totaled eight tackles at Wisconsin (Nov. 18), including three solo stops. Made six tackles against Ohio State (Nov. 25), with three solo stops and one pass breakup. Played safety in the Outback Bowl against South Carolina (Jan. 1), and also contributed on special teams, registering one assisted tackle.



Jalen Elliott- 6', 205, 6.87 3-Cone, 10'5" Broad, 34"Vert, 4.3 SS, 15 Reps, (O) 4.8?


Notre Dame

04/2020: He can cover the big WR in the Redzone. He didn’t really stand out on tape at ND. However he was one of the best Safeties in SB practices covering slot guys. He will play in the NFL as a FS, who can step into the slot and cover the slot guy. That is more and more valuable every year. He also played a ton of special teams. He is also good in the run game. He can play the ball deep at FS. 

He will play Off on the Z sometimes. Very impressive. Quicker than fast. Explosive moving forward. You can see he doesn't trust his speed. He plays way Off when he lines up outside. Good hitter. Stays back in run game a lot as last line of defense, but can flash up and slam the RB on the 2nd level. I like how he can step forward and cover the slot guy and arrive to hit him right as the ball arrives.

I like how he can step back seamlessly into Cover One. Great eyes. He can line up and outside like an LB, and follow the blocking inside, and when the RB cuts back to his side, knock him off his feet. Very smart and disciplined player. He is terrific in coverage in the Redzone on the Slot WR and can shut him down. Another Free Safety who has Patriots numbers that can make the team as a Day Three Special Teams Safety Dude. 

Combine: His Forty time at the Combine didn't make sense. There was a clear clinch in that time. And with the Plaque still in the air, he'll get no second chance. He will be a clear steal on Day Three. Great competitor. Loves the game. Game is important to him. Smart. Attacks the WR's hands, arm, and ball consistently. Terrific hitter. 4.8 is not a good time for him. It might make him an LB. Nice pedal and hips. Fast pedal. The 4.8 has to be an aberration. He is just too good of a mover and athlete on the field. Explosive. Quicker than faster. Elite bursts. 

SENIOR SEASON (2019): Started all 13 games, making 49 tackles with two interceptions and two break-ups. Recorded interceptions in wins over New Mexico and Bowling Green. Capped career with 134 tackles and six interceptions. Team captain (2019). Wuerffel Trophy Watch List (2019).

JUNIOR SEASON (2018): Started all 13 games, making 67 tackles with four interceptions and seven pass break-ups. One of 35 players in the country with four or more interceptions. Ranked third on the team in pass break-ups and fourth in tackles. Had a pair of interceptions against Ball State. Made two pass break-ups at No. 24 Virginia Tech in return to his home state. Had an interception in win over No. 12 Syracuse at Yankee Stadium.  

At Colorado, Jackson intercepted t Bulldogs. He added single tackles against Northwestern, Minnesota and Maryland, before a strong effort in the bowl game. Jackson had a team-high eight tackles, including seven solo stops against the Volunteers in the Music City Bowl



Kenny Willekes- 6-3, 264, 31 1/4"Arm, 32 reps! (O) 4.87, 9'11"Broad, 32.5" Vert, 7.39 3-Cone


Michigan State

He was better than I thought last season. He had a ton of production in 2018. But he did not look as good in 2019. He will line up as a wide-9 and burst inside to the RB without looking to see if the QB kept it. But he is so athletic. He can spin around and slam the QB running with the ball just past the LOS. He still needs to improve his eyes. Great at taking advantage of OL's mistakes. Exploitative. Quick twitch. explosive. Elite COD. Great player. Finds the QB. 

He kept loosing in the run game. Then turning instantly and charging back downfield, and knocking  the RB's block off from behind. Elite movement skills. He can be a bit a chicken with his head cut off. Relentless. Twitchy. Sneaky. All out all the time guy. Game really matters to him. When he gets to full speed, his hits are devastating. He has that knack for finding the ball carrier behind the line, 51 career TFLs, which is why he will be drafted higher than expected. 

Senior Bowl: You can’t say that he doesn’t play with heart and hustle. I thought he took a step back last season. Which pissed me off because I had him rated so high (so I may have held a bit of a grudge:). But he was very good at the Senior Bowl and it looked like he got some of his mojo back. Great flash and dash player. Plays with a high motor. The game is very important to him. He was a beast at the Senior Bowl and got himself moved up a few Rounds. He could go earlier than a lot of people think, because teams always need rushers. Doesn't have the best eyes. Tricky and deceptive in rush. He has that knack for hitting the quarterback. 

Combine: Erratic rusher. He wins right away or he loses. Runs low. Good core and upper body strength. Nice nifty feet in COD. Excellent mover. He can really look the part sometimes. He can really move in a straight line. 4-bag drill: Smooth and quick over bags. Excellent moving forward to back. Surprisingly good in 4-bag drill. Needs more bend. Nice spin move. Great agility behind the corner. He can flatten. Hoops Drill: needs more lean. Great job moving back. Good twitch outside. Better moving sideways. Caught the ball. Coverage drill: Moves well laterally. Very quick moving back in space. He can slide inside nice. Caught with some attitude. He caught it deep. Short Arms for an Edge. 

2018 (wrong year) Tape: Notes from 2019 game: He is a one move guy on the left side, and struggled to get any penetration on Munford. Even though he wasn’t getting to the QB against Ohio ST. He was doing a great job getting inside and tackling the RB in traffic. While he has struggled in the rush early, he looks like he is better in the run game this year. Though he did have 78 sacks in 2018 and 2019, which is pretty darn good. 

Played injured in 2019. He is playing with a big brace on his arm. They put him on Weakside against Ohio State, but he didn’t look as comfortable. He can split two blockers at the point, and find the RB. He is relentless after the catch, and can flush the QB by arcing behind him, and then shed the OLT and charge to the 2nd level to tackle the QB. 

He is a guy you have to root for. He was a walk on for two years and made the team as a sophomore. Last season he was voted 3rd team All-Big-10. The Michigan State pass rush fell apart when he got injured in their Bowl Game against Oregon. Great stats. Great stats guy. I give him a bad rap sometimes. He is a solid Day Two Edgerusher. Pats could use him in the 3rd to fill the Van Noy hole that scares the crap out of him. The Pats should take him with one of their 3rds to play that stand up rusher that Van Noy did so well last season. Because with his short arms, he is not going to be a pure Edgerusher in the NFL. He is going to have to play off the line as well. 

CAREER NOTES: Two-time first-team All-Big Ten defensive end finished his Spartan career ranked No. 1 in school history with 51 tackles for loss . . . also closed his career ranked third in the MSU record book with 26 career sacks . . . won the 2019 Burlsworth Trophy, which is given to the nation’s most outstanding player who began his career as a walk-on . . . was named the 2018 Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year after leading the conference with 20.5 tackles for loss as a junior . . . became first defensive player in MSU history to win the Governor’s Award (team MVP) twice (2018, 2019) . . . two-time Walter Camp Football Foundation All-American (second team in 2018, 2019) . . . named a first-team All-American by The Athletic in 2018 . . . high-motor defensive end had 229 career tackles, fourth most among defensive linemen in school history and 45th overall . . . collected 202 yards from his 51 tackles for loss, sixth most in the MSU record book . . . also finished his career with five fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles and four pass break-ups . . . played in 40 career games, including 38 starts (31 consecutive to close out his career) . . . three-year letterwinner . . . two-time member of the team’s Eagles leadership council and was voted a team captain as a senior in 2019 . . . former walk-on earned a scholarship in the spring of 2017 . . . suffered a broken fibula in the 2018 Redbox Bowl vs. Oregon but played the entire 2019 season . . . graduated with his bachelor’s degree in chemistry in December 2019.

2019 SEASON (SENIOR): Named the winner of the Burlsworth Trophy, awarded annually to the nation’s best player who was a former walk-on, at an awards banquet hosted by the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation in conjunction with the Springdale Rotary Club in Springdale, Arkansas . . . named to the Walter Camp All-America Second Team . . . earned first-team All-Big Ten for the second straight season by the media . . . voted winner of the Governor’s Award (team MVP) by his teammates for the second year in a row, becoming the first defensive player in program history to win the award twice . . . voted one of four team captains . . . earned the team’s Downtown Coaches Club Award for most outstanding player on defense . . . also won the team’s Biggie Munn Award for most inspirational player on defense . . . named a semifinalist for the Lombardi Award . . . led the team with a career-high 10.5 sacks (61 yards), which ranked fifth in the Big Ten and tied for 16th in the FBS . . . also ranked first on the team and sixth in the Big Ten with 16.5 tackles for loss (76 yards) . . . tied his career high with 78 tackles, ranking third on the team and tops among all Big Ten defensive linemen . . . led the team with 17 quarterback hurries . . . also had two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles . . . played 757 snaps, most among Spartan defensive linemen . . . named to The Associated Press All-Bowl Team after collecting nine tackles, including 1.5 sacks (9 yards) and a forced fumble, in the 27-21 New Era Pinstripe Bowl win over Wake Forest at Yankee Stadium . . . had a productive Senior Day in Spartan Stadium vs. Maryland, recording 2.5 TFLs (23 yards), including 1.5 sacks (17 yards), to go along with six stops overall and one QB hurry . . . registered four tackles, with 2.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack at Rutgers, tallying 12 production points . . . logged four tackles with one sack and one TFL, along with one forced fumble and one QB hurry at Michigan . . . posted 1.5 sacks as part of six stops overall in Illinois game, totaling 26 production points, tops for the Spartan defense . . . tallied three tackles in Penn State game . . . recorded five stops with one TFL at Wisconsin . . . notched seven tackles at Ohio State, recording 16 production points, which shared lead for defensive linemen and ranked third on defense overall . . . tallied a season-high 12 tackles in Indiana game, the second-highest total of career (career-high 13 vs. Ohio State in 2018), adding one QB hurry . . . logged three tackles with two QB hurries at Northwestern . . . posted seven tackles with 2.0 TFLs and 0.5 sack against Arizona State, adding five QB hurries, to be named to the Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week . . . recorded five tackles, including career-high tying two sacks (9 yards) against Western Michigan . . . named Walter Camp Football Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week and Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Tulsa game, scoring his first career touchdown after teaming up on a sack with Raequan Williams and pouncing on the fumble in the end zone to give MSU a 22-0 lead with 4:49 left in the second quarter . . . earlier in the second quarter, recovered a fumble after a bad Tulsa snap to set up an MSU field goal . . . also had a 1-yard tackle for loss in the second quarter and a 2-yard sack in the fourth quarter . . . overall, led the Spartans with seven tackles, including 2.5 TFLs (6 yards) and 1.5 sacks (5 yards), finishing with defensive-unit leading 34 production points and earning MSU Defensive Player of the Week team award.

2018 SEASON (JUNIOR): Named first-team All-American by The Athletic, as well as second-team All-American by four other publications (Football Writers Association of America, Phil Steele, Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation) . . . second Spartan to be named the Big Ten Conference Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year . . . picked up first-team All-Big Ten accolades from the Big Ten coaches, media, AP, Pro Football Focus, ESPN.com, Athlon Sports and Phil Steele . . . became the first-ever Spartan defensive end to win the Governor’s Award (team MVP), which has been given out since 1931 . . . named one of 10 semifinalists for the Burlsworth Trophy, given to the nation’s most outstanding player that began his career as a walk-on . . . according to Pro Football Focus, led all edge rushers in the FBS with 23 quarterback hits and ranked sixth with 39 QB hurries . . . was the highest-ranked edge rusher in the Big Ten, according to PFF, with a 90.3 grade . . . ranked first in the Big Ten and eighth in the FBS with 20.5 tackles for loss (84 yards), which ranked No. 2 on MSU single-season tackles for loss list (Julian Peterson with 30 in 1999) . . . was credited with a tackle for loss in 10 of MSU’s 13 games . . . led the Spartans with 8.5 sacks, which ranked tied for fifth in the Big Ten . . . registered a career-high 78 tackles, ranking first among all defensive linemen in the FBS in 2018 . . . also had one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one pass break-up . . . played 786 snaps, most among Spartan defensive linemen . . . led Spartan defensive linemen and ranked second on defense in production points during the regular season (239) . . . credited with two tackles in Redbox Bowl vs. Oregon before breaking his fibula in the third quarter . . . posted three tackles and one QB hurry in Rutgers game, notching 12 production points . . . for second consecutive game, tied career high with 3.5 tackles for loss (5 yards), as part of nine total tackles at Nebraska, also recovering a fumble in the second quarter, ending with defense-leading 29 production points; named to Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week . . . posted career-high 13 tackles in Ohio State game, as well as career-best 3.5 tackles for loss, with one sack and adding one pass break-up and one QB hurry . . . started at Maryland and had smashing game, posting 2.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks as part of seven tackles, posting 21 production points . . . posted four tackles vs. Purdue to go with four QB hurries, posting 20 production points, which led defensive ends and ranked third on the defensive line and fourth on defense overall . . . logged nine tackles vs. Michigan, including 2.0 TFLs and 0.5 sack, adding two QB hurries; led the defensive line with 19 production points vs. UM . . . recorded a 7-yard sack and two stops overall in win at No. 8 Penn State . . . tallied team-high tying eight tackles vs. Northwestern, with 1.5 TFLs, totaling 20 production points, which was tied for second on defensive line and overall on defense, while playing 57 of 64 defensive snaps . . . posted five tackles vs. Central Michigan, including 1.5 TFLs and one sack, logging 18 production points, which led the defensive ends and ranked second on the defense . . . posted eight tackles with two TFLs at Indiana, including one sack, and added one QB hurry to post 25 production points, which led entire defense; named to Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week . . . tallied two tackles with 1.0 tackle for loss at Arizona State, finishing with 12 production points, leading the defensive ends and ranking tied for third overall on defense . . . started opener vs. Utah State and posted six tackles, including 2.0 tackles for loss, both of which were sacks, adding one forced fumble and three QB hurries, leading defensive line in tackles and ranking tied for fourth on defense . . . finished with 17 production points, leading defense ends, ranking second on defensive line and fourth overall on defense. 


9.5 Deep Speed


Carlos Davis- 6-2, 313, (O) 4.82! 32" Arms, 27 Reps, 



03/2020: He showed some flash at the SB. He can get up field hand fighting so the OT cannot grab his shirt. He doesn’t always seem to know what to do with hit. If he can use his eyes to find the ball better, he could put up some serious stats in the NFL. Otherwise he looks more like a disrupter than stat-creator. Top competitor. Aggressive, tough and fierce inside. Amazing power moving down the line. 

He showed some flash at the SB. He can get up field hand fighting so the OT cannot grab his shirt. He doesn’t always seem to know what to do with hit. If he can use his eyes to find the ball better, he could put up some serious stats in the NFL. Otherwise he looks more like a disrupter than stat-creator. Lunch pail dude who give an honest day work, every day. Leader. Top character. An Official 4.82 is an incredible number. His arms are short than you want, but a 313-pound Nose Tackle and can run in 4.8s is going to be a very popular dude on Day Two.

This dude is a beast. He hits and hurts QB with some nice regularity. He was near unstoppable against Colorado, lined up right on the Nose and being consistently doubled. There are not a lot of Nose Tackles who can two-gap, and burst into the backfield as much as this guy. I could not have more impressed with him against Colorado. He is the kind of DL that Belichick traditionally likes. Nebraska liked to play Odd fronts and stick him right in the middle of everything. Disruptive. Fierce. Troublesome. Very strong. 27 Reps was a good number for him. 

Combine: Not bad running. He can move backwards well. Good job on corner. He can flatten to the QB. Improved bend on second try. He can explode to the sideline. Solid movement skills. Not nifty moving backwards. But he can run. He can flatten. Top effort player. He has some good bend. He has some quickness and speed. Strong lower body. Naturally strong. 

New defensive line coach Tony Tuioti is already earning his paycheck on the recruiting trail and has created an immediate sense of family among his new charges in Lincoln. He could also have the biggest impact when it comes to showing NFL scouts that the Cornhuskers have prospects worth selecting next year.

The Tuioti/Chinander philosophy is somewhat of a double-edged sword on the surface. Nebraska runs a 3-4 scheme, but their roster is full of defensive linemen who can be swapped across the front. Davis is a perfect example of that. At 6-foot-2 and 325 pounds, he seems to project better at nose tackle than a defensive end. However, Nebraska fans can expect him on the edges trying to accomplish what Freedom Akinmoladun struggled with during 2018: generating consistent pressure on the outside. Don’t be surprised to occasionally see him slide to the interior to eat up double-teams.

2019 (Senior): Carlos Davis, who played his senior season as a graduate student, started 11 of 12 games at defensive end as a senior, missing the Wisconsin game due to injury. He totaled 32 tackles, which ranked second among Nebraska's defensive linemen, behind his twin brother Khalil. Carlos also ranked second on the team behind his twin brother with 4.0 sacks. He had four tackles and a fumble recovery in the season opener against South Alabama and a 12-yard sack the next week at Colorado. Against Northern Illinois, Davis tied his career high with six tackles and two TFLs, while setting a career high with 1.5 sacks as Nebraska kept the Huskies out of the end zone. Davis had a TFL for the third consecutive week at Illinois as part of a four-tackle effort. Davis added four tackles each against Ohio State, Northwestern and Minnesota, while forcing the first fumble of his career against the Gophers. He recorded two tackles against Indiana before splitting a sack with his brother at Purdue. Davis missed the Wisconsin game due to injury, but he returned the next week at Maryland and had a four-yard sack. In his final game, Davis recorded one tackle against Iowa.

Davis was an eight-time letterwinner at Nebraska (four each in football and track). He and his twin brother Khalil were the first Huskers in more than 50 years to be eight-time letterwinners and just the ninth and 10th eight-time letterwinners in the history of Nebraska Athletics.

2018 (Junior): Davis played in all 12 games and registered 27 tackles in 2018, including three TFLs and 1.0 sack. He also broke up five passes, the most pass breakups by a Nebraska defensive lineman since Ndamukong Suh had 10 breakups in 2009. For his efforts, Davis was selected as an honorable-mention All-Big Ten choice by the league’s coaches.

Davis had two tackles, including a tackle for loss, in the season opener against Colorado, helping the Huskers limit the Buffaloes to 44 rushing yards. The next week against Troy, he had two tackles, including an eight-yard sack. At No. 19 Michigan, Davis recorded a pair of tackles. After appearing off the bench at defensive end in each of the first three games, Davis earned the start at nose guard against Purdue. Davis responded with three tackles, including one tackle for loss. He started again at nose guard at No. 16 Wisconsin and made a season-high four tackles. Davis had one tackle against Minnesota, Bethune-Cookman and Ohio State. He made three tackles in the Huskers’ win over Illinois. Davis then had a season-high five tackles in Nebraska’s win over Michigan State. He also broke up a pass against the Spartans. Davis wrapped up his junior season with a season-high three solo tackles as part of a four-tackle effort at Iowa.

In the spring, Davis completed his career as a four-year letterwinner for the Nebraska track and field program. He finished third in the discus at the 2019 Big Ten Outdoor Championships and qualified for the NCAA West Regional for the fourth straight year. Davis placed fourth with a career-best throw of 191-11 at the regional - the ninth-best mark in school history - to qualify for his second straight NCAA Championship. Davis placed 16th at the national meet to earn All-America honors for the second straight year.



Jason Strowbridge- 6-4, 275, 32 .3"Arm, 26 Reps, (O) 4.89, 9'5"Br, 31"V, 7.45 3-Cone, 4.37 SS



03/2020: He is a explosive 3-Tech, who needs to get stronger. He is a big tall DE, who might be a 3-Tech and who can cause a lot of problems. He was playing some 5-Tech at SB. Shows good stack and shed instincts and techniques. Dude is huge for a D-end, and he can move. Wow! What a blend of flashing hands and feet. Needs find the ball carrier more. Nice bend. Great athlete. 

This kid has that twitch that is going to make him a lot of money in the NFL. He can flash around the OC with a sparking get off, and get his hands and feet moving like the Flash on crack. I would take this kid on Day Two in a flash. He looks like an NFL 3-Tech to me. But is likely a pure one-gapper. Great quick to cross the OC’s face and slap both his hands off with a slashing double slap. Still more size-speed athlete than DL. A tweener who has to find a position. 

Amazingly quick hands and feet. I like this kid. He has great timing batting passes down. He is a great athlete. Played special teams. Great fighter at the point. He can shove the OL up, and hold him until the RB gets near him. Dude can really move. He is great at reading the Offense, and he seems to find the ball carrier whenever he runs into his area. Like his get off. Nice initial burst. 

Combine: Strong upper body. Good core. Not great in pedal. Great athlete. 4-bag drill: Good going over bags. Quick but short steps moving forward and back. Good bend. Like his bend and can flatten. Hoops Drill: Excellent lean. Dude is huge for a D-end. He can really move in space. Nice pedal. Caught the ball. Coverage drill: He caught it. Very good moving back. Nice moving laterally. He caught it over his head. He caught it deep. Very interesting athletic DL, who might lack a position and/or could play all four. He had shorter arms than expected. Might be 3-Tech.

2019 Senior Season: Third team All-ACC selection • Tied for ACC lead with three fumble recoveries • Totaled 6.5 TFL, three sacks and a career-high 45 tackles • Had a pair of tackles and one TFL against South Carolina • Registered a blocked kick against Miami and had five tackles and one sack against the Hurricanes • Missed the Wake Forest game with a lower-body injury and returned to the lineup against App State • Had four tackles and a fumble recovery against Clemson • Had three tackles and a half sack against Georgia Tech • Had a then career-high nine tackles at Virginia Tech • Set a career high with 10 tackles against Duke • Also had 2.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery against the Blue Devils • Had a sack and six tackles at Pitt • Had three tackles and blocked an extra point (fourth career blocked kick) against Temple in the Military Bowl.
2018 Junior Season: Started all 11 games along the defensive line • Earned All-ACC honorable mention honors • Posted 36 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 7.5 TFL, four pressures, a PBU and a blocked kicked • Opened the season with three tackles, a half sack and a PBU at Cal • Made two stops at ECU • Added a tackle against Pitt • Made two tackles and blocked a kick at Miami • Registered six tackles, two sacks, 2.5 TFL and a pressure versus Virginia Tech • Tallied two tackles, a sack and a pressure at Syracuse • Added four tackles at Virginia • Recorded four tackles and a TFL versus Georgia Tech • Notched two tackles and a sack at Duke • Posted two tackles and a sack against Western Carolina • Finished the season with a career-high eight stops, a half TFL and a PBU versus NC State.

2017 Sophomore Season: Appeared in all 12 games and made nine starts on the defensive line • Recorded 34 tackles on the season and 5.5 for loss • Had one sack, a forced fumble and a pair of QB hurries • Enjoyed a strong game at NC State with five tackles, including two TFL • Finished with two tackles and a TFL in the win over WCU • Had a solo tackle in the win at Pitt • Finished with four tackles and a pass breakup against Miami • Had three stops and combined on a tackle for loss at Virginia Tech • Finished with four tackles and a TFL against Virginia • Had a tackle against Notre Dame • Finished with three tackles and a forced fumble at Georgia Tech • Had a season-high five tackles and combined on a sack in the Duke game • Finished with a tackle and a QB hurry in the win at ODU • Had a pair of stops and combined on a sack against Louisville • Recorded three tackles and a quarterback hurry in the season opener against Cal. He is playing better than expected. When he guesses the count, he can rip to the QB. He gets too high in his get off, but he has great quick hands. They try to use him like ???? DT in last years Draft



Darrion Daniels- 6-3, 311, 33 3/4"Arm! 21 Reps, (O) 5.18, 9'1"Br, 27"Vert, 7.75 3-C, 4.93 SS



04/2020: He is one of the three Nebraska 5th year seniors that terrorized O-lines last season. He is a grad transfer who really looks the part more than his two DL teammates in their Odd front. All three DLs will be Drafted in 2020. He is a terrific Wide body, who looks like a Nose Tackle. The kind of DL that BB knows what to do with. Nice get off and power to get penetration when he guesses the count. Not a pure penetrator. Valuable run stuffer who will make your D-line tougher. 

When he plays and stays low he is a beast. He has a great power spin move with vicious elbows that can knock the OC off his shirt. He looks like an NFL 3-Tech to me. Nice initial burst to shove the OC back and to the side, and when he tries to recover spin back the other way to hit the QB. Very impressive balance, agility, and strength for a guy his size. Strong and clunky. He can hold off the OG with one arm and move across the line to the RB. More upfield than you'd think. 

Combine: He made some money at the senior Bowl. Good COD Not a great pedal. Cheated drill a little. He has a little bend. Heavy hands on punch. Nice agility. Cab flatten. Good bend. He can explode to the sideline. Not nifty moving backwards. But he can run. He can flatten. He has some good bend. Great leader and character. He was voted team Captain at Nebraska after transferring from Oklahoma. That is unheard of. 

Daniels has been running his mouth in the best of ways since he transferred in from Oklahoma State. A touted nose tackle, he came to Lincoln looking to shove his baby brother Damion aside in favor of playing time. All reports out of camp indicate that Darrion has done just that. At 6-foot-3 and 320 pounds, he’s built a hint differently from Carlos Davis, but much like the fellow senior, he could be seen swapping positions.

The Tuioti/Chinander philosophy is somewhat of a double-edged sword on the surface. Nebraska runs a 3-4 scheme, but their roster is full of defensive linemen who can be swapped across the front. Davis is a perfect example of that. At 6-foot-2 and 325 pounds, he seems to project better at nose tackle than a defensive end. However, Nebraska fans can expect him on the edges trying to accomplish what Freedom Akinmoladun struggled with during 2018: generating consistent pressure on the outside. Don’t be surprised to occasionally see him slide to the interior to eat up double-teams.

2019 Season Outlook: A January addition to the Nebraska football program, Darrion Daniels made a strong first impression on Husker coaches during spring practice. A graduate transfer from Oklahoma State, Daniels is expected to team with his younger brother, Damion, to hold down the nose tackle position on a defensive line that is among Nebraska’s deepest and most talented position groups. The 6-4, 340-pound Daniels played four seasons at Oklahoma State, but was limited to just four games last season, allowing him to redshirt and transfer for his final season. In addition to his work on the field, Daniels quickly established himself as a vocal leader for the Nebraska defense. He also earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average in his first semester as an applied science graduate student.

2019 (Senior): A graduate transfer from Oklahoma State, Darrion Daniels made a major impact in his lone season at Nebraska. An honorable-mention All-Big Ten selection, Daniels started 11 of 12 games as a team captain, missing the Wisconsin game due to injury. He totaled a career-high 34 tackles on the season, with four tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and his first career interception. Daniels had four tackles in his Husker debut against South Alabama and five tackles against Northern Illinois, including career highs of two TFLs and 1.5 sacks. He added two more tackles the next week at Illinois and had three tackles against Ohio State. Daniels had a season-high six tackles in the win over Northwestern, including one tackle for loss. He matched that total with six tackles the next week at Minnesota. After being limited by an injury against Indiana, Daniels intercepted the first pass of his career at Purdue, setting up a Husker field goal. He missed the Wisconsin game with an injury but returned to start the next week at Maryland. Daniels concluded his career by tying for the team lead with six tackles against Iowa, including a three-yard tackle for loss.

Before Nebraska (Bishop Dunne HS/Oklahoma State): Daniels joined Nebraska as a graduate transfer after earning his degree from Oklahoma State. Daniels played for the Cowboys each of the previous four seasons. An injury limited him to four games in 2018 and allowed him to utilize a redshirt and preserve his final season of eligibility. Daniels recorded seven tackles, one tackle for loss and 1.0 sack in his four games in 2018. As a junior in 2017, Daniels started 10 games and had 26 tackles, five TFLs, a half sack, two pass breakups and a pair of quarterback hurries. He earned the Vernon Grant Award for outstanding leadership, spirit and enthusiasm following the season. As a sophomore, Daniels appeared in 13 games, totaling 15 tackles, one TFL, one breakup, one hurry and one blocked extra point. Daniels was named Oklahoma State’s most outstanding defensive newcomer as a true freshman in 2015, when he played in 13 games and had 16 tackles, 2.5 TFLs and a half sack.




Khalil Davis- 6-1, 308, 31 1/2" Arm,  32 Reps! (O) 4.75, 



They have a huge D-line of three 5th year seniors. All three find the ball and play in a two-gap system that beat up Colorado pretty good. He already has two sacks on the season which is pretty good for a 325-pound dude. Good stack and shed player who could be slipperier. 

Excellent mover for a guy his size. Needs better eyes. Gets stuck on blocks sometimes. Needs to use his hands better. He will over pursue and force the RB to cut back. He can hold the double at the point. Disciplined on the backside to watch for the reverse. He is not the niftiest getting through traffic, but he can find the RB inside. A 4.75 Forty was a great number for him. 

Big dude. Looks the part. Played on both sides. He can set the edge on the OLT. Nice burst upfield. He has some quicks and agility moving down the line. Nice job eyeing the QB and getting into the passing lane. Needs to use his hands to shed blockers better. He has some speed crossing the field. I like his burst. 

Combine: Great running side to side and then backwards.  Nice bend turning the corner. This is crazy but he could play the Strongside D-end. He played 5-Tech at Nebraska. I think he could line up a few more yards outside and rush the Edge. He looked like a D-end testing at the Combine. He had a great blast off and bend in the rush drill. Powerful slap as well. Best DT class I’ve ever seen at the Combine. He can flatten. Great bend for his size. 

Another player giving the Nebraska defensive front a familial feel, Davis – brother of Carlos – was one of the most disruptive Blackshirts in 2018. With 10 tackles for a loss, three sacks and a forced fumble, it’s no shock why Tuioti wants to get as many of his chippy big men snaps as possible. No. 94 is somewhat lighter than Darrion Daniels or his aforementioned brother at 310 pounds. However, that could aid him tremendously as an edge rusher who’d be a load to handle along with a blitzing linebacker. All of this versatility up front must, of course, be combined with the reinforcement of solid fundamentals. Otherwise, Nebraska may thrive as a team, but these three may not make a strong enough impression to hear their name called next April.

2019 (Senior): Khalil Davis, who played his senior season as a graduate student, started every game but one as a senior, missing the Northwestern game due to a Big Ten suspension. Davis finished with a career-high 45 tackles - the most among NU's defensive linemen - and he led Nebraska with 8.0 sacks and 12 TFLs. He had a nine-yard sack in the season opener against South Alabama and had five solo tackles and a pair of TFLs at Colorado. Davis made one tackle in the win against Northern Illinois before totaling three tackles, including a four-yard sack at Illinois. Against No. 5 Ohio State, Davis had five tackles and tied his career high with two TFLs, including an eight-yard sack. After missing the Northwestern game, Davis returned to total four tackles at Minnesota, and he recorded his fourth sack of the year against Indiana. Davis had a career-high eight tackles the next week at Purdue, including 1.5 sacks and the first pass breakup of his career. Against No. 15 Wisconsin, Davis registered six tackles. He had a big game in Nebraska's win at Maryland, recording a career-high 2.5 sacks. Davis closed his Husker career with a four-tackle performance against Iowa that included one TFL. For his efforts, Davis earned third-team All-Big Ten accolades from the conference coaches and honorable-mention recognition from the league media. Davis was an eight-time letterwinner at Nebraska (four each in football and track). He and his twin brother Carlos were the first Huskers in more than 50 years to be eight-time letterwinners and just the ninth and 10th eight-time letterwinners in the history of Nebraska Athletics.

2018 (Junior): Davis was a key member of the Husker defensive line while appearing in all 12 games as a junior. Although he did not start a game, Davis earned honorable-mention All-Big Ten recognition after leading the Husker defensive line with a career-high 41 tackles, more than doubling his career total entering the year. Davis also posted career highs with eight TFLs, 3.0 sacks and four quarterback hurries. He had multiple tackles in 10 of 12 games, including four games with four or more tackles.

Davis began his junior season on a strong note, setting then-career highs in tackles, tackles for loss and sacks against Colorado. Davis led all Husker defensive linemen with six tackles against the Buffaloes and he registered 2.0 sacks, matching his career total in that category. He added two more tackles against Troy and made three tackles at No. 19 Michigan. Against Purdue, Davis had a career-high seven tackles and had a tackle for a seven-yard loss. Davis added four tackles at No. 16 Wisconsin. The next week, Davis totaled a career-high five solo tackles at Northwestern, and he added one tackle in the Huskers’ win over Minnesota. 

Davis had three tackles and one TFL vs. Bethune-Cookman, his fourth tackle for loss of the season. He was big in Nebraska’s win over Illinois, recording three tackles, including a pair of tackles for loss and a three-yard sack. He then totaled four tackles in the Huskers’ win over Michigan State. In the season finale at Iowa, Davis tied his career high with a pair of TFLs, his third game of the year with multiple tackles for loss.

In the spring, Davis completed his career as a four-year letterwinner for the Husker track and field program. He finished eighth in the discus at the 2019 Big Ten Outdoor Championships with a throw of 173-7 and qualified for the NCAA West Regional for the fourth time in his career. Davis finished 10th at the West Regional to qualify for his first NCAA Championships, where he placed 23rd and earned honorable-mention All-America accolades.

9.5 Athlete


DaVon Hamilton- 6-4, 320, 33"Arm, 33 Reps, (O) 5.14, 8'6"Broad, 29.5"Vert, 7.72 3-Cone, 


Ohio State

05/2020: He showed some flash at the SB. He can get up field hand fighting, so the OT cannot grab his shirt. He doesn’t always seem to know what to do with it. If he can use his eyes to find the ball better, he could put up some serious stats in the NFL. Otherwise he looks more like a disrupter than stat-creator. He was Ohio States immovable object in the middle of the line. More NT than DT. Absorbs multiple blockers like a sponge, so the the LBs, like Malik Harrison can run free to the ball. 

When the D at the SB was getting the ball stuffed down their throats, he was one of the guys who stepped up and tackled the RB. Good mover inside and in contact. Plays the run well. H can hold up to the double and get some push. Quick and active. Tough to block. Slippery. Strong. Great inside fighter. Great heavy hands that strike quick like a snake. Read and reacts to blockers well. 

They will line up on the other side of the line, and not just at DT. Though he is primarily a DT. He always seems to hand fight his way out of blocks, and turn and run after the RB and get in on the tackle. Great job holding the point against the double. Great job slapping off hands to beat the OLG and OLT to pressure the QB. He is a fast DT upfield. He will line up at DE sometimes, but that is not where he looks comfortable.

Combine: He made some money at the Senior Bowl. Good COD. Not a great pedal. Cheated drill a little. He has a little bend. Heavy hands on punch. Nice agility. Can flatten. Good bend. Has great size and strength. He has burst to power back as well. He can slam into the OC. Then toss him aside with terrific power. Then redirect to the RB on the other side of the OC, and jump on top of him. It is that elite burst, power, and quicks that could burst him into Day Two. 

Ohio State Overview: Davon Hamilton is a 40-game veteran defensive tackle who has continued to improve and who will be a key member of a talented and deep defensive tackle unit this season … he is a fifth-year senior … Hamilton started three times last season, vs. Tulane, Penn State and Purdue – and contributed 16 tackles and 3.5 tackles-for-loss, giving him career totals of 38 tackles and 10.5 TFLs … registered a career-best four tackles in the win over Michigan … recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown in the win over No. 16 TCU … a three-year Varsity O letterwinner, Hamilton recorded 12 tackles in 2017 including 4.5 tackles-for-loss and minus-16 yards in losses … had two TFLs vs. Illinois … played in all 13 games in 2016 and was in on 10 tackles after red-shirting the 2015 season as a true freshman … he is majoring in sociology.



Logan Stenberg- 6-6, 317, (O) 5.3, 32 1/2"Arm, 8'8"Broad, 8.0 3-Cone, 4.83 SS, 



05/2020: Stenberg has a very aggressive get off. He has good lean and hit with his facemask. Then he turns him outside with a great thump. He is guy you can run behind. He gets his hands outside a little but fights with good grip and can hold the shirt through the whistle. When he losses the leverage war off the snap, he gets beat. He will lose when the 3-Tech can burst underneath him. But he will also win when he can pull the 3-tech up, and then use hip torque to throw him to the ground. Nice quicks and agility pulling to right, and hitting, turning, and powering the DL back and out of the play. 

-He is a pure fighter on inside runs. Great strong hands to grab shirt, and he can fight the DT through the whistle and never let go of the shirt. He is the kind of OG you want to run behind. 

He is a guy that every time I watch him I was impressed. Quick feet. Bouncy on toes. Smooth and easy turning the corner. When he pulls to the left he can annihilate the edge guy. He can power the DT down inside with the RB running behind him. Terrific job impacting the DL and going and hitting the LB. Great job pulling to the right, and taking out the LB on short yardage. Switch on stunt effortlessly. Heavy hands and can knock the DT off his feet with a two handed hit, moving backwards in Pass Pro!

Combine: He had a great Combine. He showed some great feet. I am more high on the Kentucky kids now than before the Combine. . Okay feet in typewriter drill. He is a very interesting Day Three guy. He can pull outside with some smooth speed and balance, you know, for an OG. He turned the corner well. Straight-linish. He can hit in kickslide moving backward. Okay feet sliding to the left. He was 1st Team All-SEC last season. Voted Team Captain as well. 

2019 Senior (Team Captain): Second-Team All-America (FWAA and Phil Steele). First-Team All-SEC (AP, Phil Steele, Athlon). Third-team offensive guard (PFF). Played in the Reese's Senior Bowl for the South Team. Started at left guard in all 13 games. Graded at 85 percent, led team with 95 knockdown blocks and 209 blocks at the point of attack. Did not allow a sack all season and allowed only one QB pressure. Helped UK set the school record for total rushing yards (3,624) in a season, yards per rush (6.32) and rushing touchdowns (36). Key cog in helping the Cats average 278.8 rushing yards per game for the season and an absurd 385.0 yards per game over the final six contests of the season. Helped quarterback Lynn Bowden Jr. take the SEC’s rushing crown and lead the country in yards per carry (7.94). Outland Trophy Watch List. Preseason Media Days All-SEC, Third-Team Offense. Sports News' Preseason All-American, Second Team. Athlon Sports' Preseason All-SEC, Second-Team Offense.

2018 Junior: Started in all 13 games at left guard. Blocked for UK's all-time leading rusher, Benny Snell Jr., the first player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in three straight seasons. Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2017 Sophomore: Started in all 13 games at left guard. Blocked for All-SEC running back, Benny Snell Jr., the first player in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons.

9.6 OG


Joshua Kelley- 5-11, 212, 6.95 3-Cone! (O) 4.49, 10'1"Broad, 31"Vert, 4.28 SS, 23 Reps, 



05/23/2020: The Pats traded the expiring rights to Gronk to Tampa for a 4th Round pick. Tampa traded pick 139 in the 4th. This pick would a great place to pick up a passing catching TE. Who while not Gronk, is easily better than anything the Pats had last year. They went from having the best TE in 2018 to instantly having the worst TE group in the NFL. 

There are a lot of similarities between Moss and Gronk. Moss has great soft hands and has that knack for getting open in pattern. He made big plays in the biggest games of the season. He is a terrific blocker, but a better receiver. Now he doesn't have Gronk freakish size and contagious personality. He is obviously not a 3rd Tackle like Gronk, but an excellent blocker for a tight end. He is not near as big a target or as freakishly fast down the seam, but he is excellent compared to most other mere mortal tight ends. He could be the missing piece in the Pats Offense next season. 

Other option here are obviously my favorite WR in the Draft Texas's Slot Dude Devin Duvernay. The freakish Tight End teammate of Moss Stephen Sullivan who tested out as the most athletic freak TE in this Draft. A big body blocking OL like Calvin Throckmorton. An Edgerusher like Alabama's own Anfernee Jennings. Or some big DLs like the three DTs from Nebraska. This could be a terrific pick for the Pats.  

05/2020: This pick while 22 picks later could be more interesting. Joshua Kelly is the great RB from UCLA. He's also one of the few guys in this years Draft that ran a Sub-7.0 in the 3-Cone Drill. A 6.95 in the 3-Cone is a big deal for BB. Suddenly this Draft just got a whole lot more interesting. He has great break away speed and is tough as it gets. He plays bloody and smart.

Also there are three Frees Safeties rated right around 130. All three play special teams and are tough smart dudes. Most importantly? All three run Sub-7.0 in the 3-Cone drill. All three will be on BB's list to replace their older Safeties that are winding down their Patriots career. And all three will be Special Team monsters in the NFL next season. Aloha Gilman Notre Dame, Josh Metellus Michigan, and Jalen Elliott Fighting Irish. All three are on BB lists of Special Teamer/Free Safety. 

There is also the four DTs who could replace Shelton I mentioned at 117: Carlos Davis, Darrion Daniels, Khalil Davis, and the OSU DT DaVon Hamilton. With Scarnecchia gone, the Pats are going to have to look at some bigger power blockers, like the two big OLs from Kentucky Hakeem Adeniji and Logan Stenberg. And of course one of my favorite WRs from this Draft Kalija Lipscomb.

05/2020: Top character guy. He has that speed outside on the Counter that teams need. He is such a great weapon in the passing game. He was running routes to create great separation in practice at the SB all week. He is a legit runner, but his short area quickness in pattern is explosive and twitchy, and going to make him a lot of money. Smooth hands catcher. Doesn’t fight the ball at all. Not a lot of wear and tear on his legs. Great short area quicks. Makes guys miss with explosive cuts.

He made a lot of money at the Senior Bowl. Tough quick runner. Had almost 1,100 yards the last two season (over 1,200 in 2018) for 2,303-yard the past two seasons. Nice quicks in pattern. He can plant that foot and back inside. He can make the nice adjustment to the deep throw on the wheel route. He can find the ball in the air. Quick hands to flash over his head and way out in front of him. Explosion, burst and quick cuts make him dangerous all over the field. 

Combine He can slow and catch the one behind him. Nice his burst in pattern. He can get open. I like this kid. I think he is a starting NFL RB. You know, not one of the Day One guys, but a Day Three guy you can pick up and he’ll contribute right away and maybe for a long time. Great job turning back and grabbing the pass way inside. He can make the great adjustment to the pass. He can reach up and snag, and turn instantly upfield.

Great quick hands. He can snap his hands up and catch the fast ball over his head He catches the short one with easy. Long run hitter. Great smooth burst upfield. He can turn back upfield in a flash. Great flash in feet. Nice feet and quicks running patterns. Catches it easily. Nice job catching the deep one. I like this kid. He just kept catching everything they threw to him at the combine. Smooth. Catches it effortlessly. 
2019: Saw action in 11 games, all starts ... Became the eighth running back in UCLA history to record back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing seasons ... His total of 1,060 yards rushing ranks 20th on the UCLA single-season list ... Had four 100-yard games on the season (127-Arizona, 176-Stanford, 164-Arizona State, 126-Colorado) ... The Bruins put together a streak of five straight 200-yard rushing games for the first time since 1978 ... Made his first career scoring reception at Washington State ... Scored a career-best four rushing touchdowns against Arizona State ... The 24 points scored vs. the Sun Devils tied for the most points scored in a game by a conference player during the year ... Finished the regular season ranked second in the Pac-12 in rushing yards/game ... Completed his Bruin career ranked 14th on the all-time school rushing list (2,303) ... His 13 touchdowns on the season and his career total of 25 touchdowns both rate 11th on the school lists ... Finished second in the Pac-12 in rushing yards/game (96.4) and seventh in all-purpose yards/game (102.8) ... First-team all-conference pick by Associated Press ... Second-team all-conference selection by PFF ... Second-team All-Pac-12 conference selection by the league coaches ... Semifinalist for the Burlsworth Trophy as the nation's top walk-on or former walk-on player ... Presented the Henry R. Red Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player at the team banquet
2018: Saw action in 11 games and was a starter in nine contests ... Ran for the 10th-most yards in school single-season history (1,243) ... Had six 100-yard rushing games on the year (124-at Colorado, 125 v. Washington, 157 at Cal, 136 v. Arizona, 161 at Oregon, 289 v. USC) highlighted by a 289-yard effort against USC which is the most in the rivalry game by a back from either team ... His 40 carries against the Trojans was the third-most in school history ... He rushed for at least one touchdown in each of the last eight games of the season ... Ranked fourth in the Pac-12 and eighth in the NCAA in rushing yards/game (113.0) ... Tied for 10th in the league in scoring (6.5 points/game) ... 19th in the NCAA in all-purpose yards/game (130.55) ... Produced a season-best six receptions at Oregon and finished third on the team with 27 catches during the year ... First-team All-Pac-12 selection by Associated Press and ESPN.com ... An honorable mention All-Pac-12 pick by the league coaches ... Won the Henry R. Red Sanders Award as the team's most valuable player.

9.7 RB


Jauan Jennings- 6-3, 215, 31 5/8"Arms, (O) 4.72, 9'11" Broad Jump, 29" Vertical Leap



12/2019: He can run Outs to get open fast for the QB. His size comes in handy in the Endzone. They line him up in the Slot a lot. Runs a nice Dig from the Slot. They don’t run a lot of complicated patterns. He will need a lot of teaching on the next level. They will have all five WR run the same patterns on the same play, short digs. Great quick feet on breaks. He has some suddenness in his shoulders running outs. Doesn’t block much. He get open running an Out at the Marker. He can be a bit of a body catcher. He will let fastballs fly through his hands on short routes sometimes. Looks like a Day Three guy to me. His hands were better in 2019. 

-Combine: Big dude. Really looks the part. No drop 1st Gantlet. No drop 2nd Gantlet. But he did almost run off the field before he caught the last pass, but recovered nicely and caught the last one running away from the last QB. Much like his game, he can look so good and then do something frustrating that bugs me. Though he didn’t weaves at all. He showed some soft natural hands. He can twist back and catch the ball in the sideline. I loved this kid at the Senior Bowl. Speed really hurt him at the Combine. But he might be a good enough blocker to play some H-back. 

He also tossed two career touchdown passes and made an interception on defense in his career to go along with his receiving accolades ... He led all wide receivers in the nation in broken tackles with 30 in 2019 according to PFF College ... Will be remembered for his competitiveness, his comeback and for the 43-yard Hail Mary touchdown catch from Joshua Dobbs to beat Georgia in Athens in 2016.   

2019: RS-SENIOR: Finished as one of the SEC's top wideouts as a senior in 2019, leading the Vols with 59 receptions for 969 yards and eight touchdown catches, while adding a rushing score ... Ranked fifth in the SEC in receiving yards and sixth in yards per game (74.5) ... Selected as Tennessee's team MVP and as a permanent team captain at the year-end banquet ... Ranked tied-for-eight in the SEC with 59 receptions ... Led the nation in broken tackles (30) by a wide receiver, according to PFF College ... Appeared in all 13 games with nine starts.


9.6 Hands


Hakeem Adeniji- OL, 6-5, 300- 6-3, 317, (U) 5.58, S-1.9. Rs-Sr



12/2019: He can put his should in t the DT, and move back a couple yards, and sideways to give the RB a huge hole to run though on the Zone block. Nice job sliding through the DT and pushing him back, till he can reach the DT on the other side. It is amazing how he can take two DLs out on one run play, like at the same time. I don’t think I’ve seen that before.

He can seek and destroy to the second level, and knock the LB off his feet at the point. He is a guy a team can run behind. Good job standing the DT with his initial hit. Great base. Very strong. He can just catch the rusher with an underhand shove, and stone him place. Smaller lighter OLT. 

Combine: Loved him at the Senior Bowl. He was great at the SB. Dominating inside blocker. He is a real fighter in the run game. He can get to the second level with impact. Grips shirt and sustains blocks for a long time. Not the best feet in space. Doesn’t change direction with ease. He is a clear OG. Good twisting on pull, but had some heavy feet. Nice hops moving laterally. He is deadly pulling outside. Heavy hands. He has some nice pop in his hands. Quick feet. Good balance in short slide. Quick conservative feet moving side to side.

Career Honors: 2020: Candidate for the Senior CLASS Award; Outland Trophy Wath List; Senior Bowl Invitee; NFL Combine Invitee; All-Big 12 First Team; Second Team All-Big 12 (Associated Press) 2019: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring); Preseason All-Big 12 First Team (Phil Steele); Preseason All-Big 12 Second Team (Athlon). 2018: Preseason All-Big 12 Third Team (Athlon). 2017: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring); Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele); Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches); Preseason Third Team All-Big 12 (Athlon); Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team. 2016: All-Big 12 Honorable Mention (Coaches); Freshman All-Big 12 First Team (Athlon); KU’s Offensive Player of the Week (at Oklahoma); KU’s Offensive Player of the Week (Ohio).

2019 (Sr.): Indiana State: Started at left tackle in the season opener … Coastal Carolina: Ranks 16th in the nation in consecutive starts, marking his 38th game vs. the Chanticleers … at Boston College: Started his third game of the season, his 39th-consecutive overall, against the Eagles at left tackle … West Virginia: Made his 40th-career start for the Jayhawks against the Mountaineers … at TCU: Continued his streak of consecutive-games started for Kansas, marking his 41st, at left tackle … Oklahoma: Started his sixth-straight game of the season at left guard, and 42nd-consecutive overall, for the Jayhawks … at Texas: Has started all seven games of the season for the Jayhawks, upping his consecutive-starts streak to 43 … Texas Tech: Again started at left guard on KU’s offensive line … Kansas State: Against the Wildcats, made his 45th-consecutive start for KU … at Oklahoma State: Made his 10th-straight start of the season for the Jayhawks …at Iowa State: Made his 47th-consecutive start, in what is one of the longest active streaks in the country … Baylor: Started Senior Day at left tackle for the Jayhawks, his 12th start of the season, and the 48th-straight, of his KU career.

2018 (Jr.): Started all 12 games at left tackle … at Central Michigan: Paved the way for running back Pooka Williams Jr’s., 125-yard, two-touchdown rushing performance against Central Michigan … Rutgers: Helped lead the KU rushing attack to 405 total yards at Rutgers … TCU: Helped lead running back Pooka Williams Jr., to 102 yards receiving against TCU … at Oklahoma: Paved the way for Pooka Williams Jr., to 252 yards rushing on the night.

9.5 Athlete?


Kalija Lipscomb- 6', 207, 32.7" Arm, 16 Reps, (O) 4.57, 10'7" Broad! 32" Vert, 



12/2019: Great feet in pattern. He has some quicks moving side to side in pattern. He has some twitch to him. Dynamic running after the catch. They will throw him bubble screens just to get the ball in his hands. Can run the subtle patterns. Knows how to change speed in pattern to trick the CB. He can run patterns to get open in the Redzone. Good feel for sinking into zones. Smart player. He will struggle catching through contact sometimes, but he snags everything when he is clean. Usually a smooth hands catcher. 

Elite blocker. He can get to the CB in off, get his hands in his shirt, and hold on until the whistle. He is a great blocker. He can block the CB and push him back. Then slide off and hit the Safety flying downhill towards the RB. A WR who can block two defenders on the Edge on a toss to his side is worth his weight in gold. 

I like guys from Vandy and Purdue, because they are the two least talented teams in the SEC (ah, by a lot), and they are always playing against the most talented defenses in the FBS. He  played against LSU’s D, Alabama’s D, and Georgia’s D every year.

As a Senior (2019): Biletnikoff Award Watch List. Preseason First Team All-SEC (Athlon Sports, Lindy’s). Preseason Second Team All-SEC (SEC Media Days ballot). 194 catches in career, ranking fifth all-time at Vanderbilt. 2,313 receiving yards, ranking eighth all-time at Vanderbilt. 21 touchdown catches, tied for  second all-time at Vanderbilt. 11 games played. Earned 11 starts at wide receiver. Topped team with 47 receptions and 511 receiving yards.  Six receptions of at least 35 yards. Six catches and 75 receiving yards in win over East Tennessee State.  





Alex Taylor- 6-8, 305, (O) 5.09, 36.1"Arm, 21 Reps, 9'8"Br, 25"Vert, 7.77 3-Cone, 4.79 SS, 


South Carolina ST

04/2020: Very tall dude. Plays high. But he can grab the Edge’s shirt, pull him up, and then win with a wide base in pass pro. Impressive off the snap. You see his size and think he has to lose the leverage war, and then he dominates. He has the ability to get his hands shirt first, and he keeps attacking after. I think he is an NFL ORT. When he gets his hands inside, even though it looks like he is losing he leverage battle, he wins. I don’t know if he can continue to do that against NFL guys. It will be mush more difficult. But is impressive blocking guys who get under him a little. Very quick bursting outside to stone the blitzing OLB. Heavy hands. Plays well at arm's length. Great burst forward out of kickslide, when the DE bursts inside in rush. 

SB: Great feet and balance. Nice initial hop back in pass pro. He got the start at ORT in the SB. He was great during the week. He is so tall that you worry about leverage, but no one was able to under him all week long. He did jump off sides once. He gets his hand into he DE quick with his long arms. When the DE and force him up, with a one hand block to the neck and held him up, he turn and threw him to the ground. When he gets pushed up too high he can loose his great agility and balance, but he can also use hip torque to toss the DE down like a ragdoll. 

Combine: Huge dude. Gigantic. Impressive size. 88” wingspan in condor like. 36 1/8” arms is devastating to rushers. He was great on the Edge in the Senior Bowl.. Quick feet. Looked good going back. A little stiff turning the corner. Has some quick feet. He moved outside very well. He can shuffle his feet. Quick feet lighter hands. Quick feet sliding to the left. Very quick short steps. In typewriter drill. 6-8 was actually a better number for him than 6-9. Teams will worry he is too tall to play in the NFL. 

9.6 Height


Ke'Shawn Vaughn- 5-10, 214, 30 7/8" Arm, (O) 4.51, 9'9" Broad, 32" Vert, 



03/2020: He runs behind his eyes well. Spots the hole and can cut through it fast. He can take the huge hit and keep on ticking. Likes hops cuts. Nice flash cut in the backfield, when the middle is jammed. He can make a few yards when it isn’t there. He will set up to block in pass pro, and then not block. He consistently doesn’t give effort blocking for teammates. He is a Day Three guy. Good receiver out of the backfield on the Swing pass. Hoppy and quick. 

Phenomenal receiver out of he backfield. He has to add some weight. He looks like a 3rd down back who can't block in pass pro. Great screen runner. Slippery through the hole to the 2nd level. Terrific on tosses. Doesn't trust his hands, and strangles the ball with both hands as he runs. Tough runner inside. Fights for extra yards. 

Combine: He has some suddenness in his shoulders. Nice burst in the open field. Thought he was quicker. He could adjust better to the pass. I like him in the passing game. Makes it look easy sometimes. Watches it into his hands. He can catch the ball, do a flip, and still hold on. He can catch the deep pass. Strong legs. Nice One cut runner whose best fits is in a zone blocking scheme. 

As a Senior (2019): Maxwell Award watch list. Doak Walker Award watch list. Preseason All-American Second Team All-Purpose (Athlon Sports). Preseason All-SEC First Team (Athlon Sports, Lindy’s). Preseason All-SEC Second Team (SEC Media Days ballot). Participated in 2020 Reese’s Senior Bowl. Participated in 2020 NFL Scouting Combine. Started every game at running back. 1,015 rushing yards, eighth highest season total in team history. Nine rushing touchdowns, tied for sixth most in team history. In 23 appearances, has 2,259 yards, fifth all-time among Vanderbilt backs. Has 21 rushing touchdowns, third all-time among Vanderbilt backs. Has nine 100+ rushing performances, fourth all-time among Vanderbilt backs. Has 3,144 career. rushing yards, 12th most among active players in NCAA. Just third Vanderbilt back to post multiple 1,000+ rushing seasons, joining Ralph Webb and Zac Stacy. Vaughn rushed for 139 yards and two scores against East Tennessee State. Rushed for 130 yards and two scores against nationally ranked LSU. 140 rushing yards against UNLV. 138 rushing yards and a touchdown in win over Northern Illinois. Rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns in win over East Tennessee State. 75-yard rush for touchdown against East Tennessee State. 138 rushing yards and a touchdown in win over Northern Illinois.

As a Redshirt Junior (2018): 12 games played. 1,244 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns on 157 carries. Second-most single-season rushing yards in Vanderbilt history. 103.7 rushing yards/game. Second among SEC players. 95.9 rushing yards/game in conference play. 671 yards and six touchdowns in seven games. 13 receptions for 170 yards and two touchdowns, including 75-yard scoring catch. 7.9 yards/rush (min. 50 attempts). First among SEC players. 10 rushes of 40 or more yards. First among SEC players. Six rushes of 60 or more yards. First among SEC players. Five 100-yard rushing performances. 243 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 13 carries vs. Baylor (Texas Bowl). Second-most single-game rushing yards in Vanderbilt history. 69-, 68- and 68-yard rushes. 182 rushing yards, one touchdown at Missouri. Most rushing yards ever for a Commodore vs. SEC opponent. 172 rushing yards, three touchdowns at Arkansas. 127 rushing yards vs. Ole Miss. 75-yard touchdown catch vs. Florida. 146 yards rushing, one touchdown vs. Tennessee State



Nick Harris- 6-1, 302, 32.1"Arm, 20 Reps, (O) 5.1, 8'9" Broad Jumps, 29.5" Vert, 



04/2020: He can make rushers look dumb who try a spin move on him. He is just so sound. He was awesome in Senior Bowl practices. He looked bigger to me. H has to go to a Zone Blocking team. So that limits his options. He will go lower than most people think. He reminds me of David Andrews. Plays with some nasty. Day Three plug and play OC for Zone Blocking team.

He is so solid in pass pro. Good job moving laterally to double in pass pro. He gets hurt a lot. It is amazing how they run behind him in the 4th, and he is still bullying the bigger DLs. Height and weight was good at the Combine. But the athletic numbers were not good, even for a Center. 

When he grab shirt he doesn’t let go, even when the big DT spins him around like a spinning top. He can run around the DT, and then seal him inside on the pitch. He gets so low when fighting the big DTs in the rush, he anchors and doesn’t get moved back easy, and when he does he stays locked on and hops back a little and reanchors.

He is great at blocking at the line. Then getting outside and upfield to block on the slip screen. He is the leader of the line. Great job pulling outside on the play action and blocking the Edge guy like an OT. He needs to get a little more consistent on snaps. You just can’t have a bad snap on 3rd downs. Great hands. He has everything you want in an OC except great size. 

Combine: Pure zone blocking OC. Though he did play with more power than I expect in 2019. He looked stronger. Dude can move. Great quicks moving sideways. Great balance. He can really slide. He has elite feet. Explosive. Great feet pulling. Great speed turning the corner. He is such a great example of a Zone blocking OC. Amazing athlete. Great first step. He can open his hips. Great feet bursting outside. He struggles to do nothing athletically. Explosive in kickslide to the right. He is such a great athlete. He has some pop in his hands. Great feet and balance. He can shift his weight effortlessly. 

2019: Started 12 of 13 games at center, missing the Arizona game due to injury ... earned second-team All-America from Sports Illustrated ... first-team All-Pac-12 for the second year in a row ... also named to Pro Football Focus and Pro Football Focus All-Pac-12 first team, as well as Phil Steele second team ... named to the preseason All-Pac-12 team ... also second-team Associated Press preseason All-America ... also named to the watch lists for the Outland Trophy, the Wuerffel Trophy and the Rimington Trophy ... started each game at center before missing the Arizona game due to injury ... returned to his starting role the following week vs. Oregon ... named the UW coaches' lineman of the game following the win over Hawai'i ... won the Guy Flaherty Most Inspirational Award, the UW football program's oldest and most prestigious team honor, at the postseason awards banquet.

2018: Played in and started 13 out of 14 games ... started every game other than North Dakota at center ... named the coaches' lineman of the week for the win over BYU ... won the Husky Fever 12th Man of the Year Award at the UW postseason awards banquet.

2017: Started all 13 games at right guard ... earned Academic All-Pac-12 honorable mention ... also honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... named the Husky coaches' lineman of the game following the Utah win.

2016: Played in 12 out of 14 games in 2016, starting two games at left guard and two games at right guard ... one of four true freshmen to see action in the Huskies' season-opener win over Rutgers ... has played in every game other than against Arizona and USC ... earned his first start, at left guard, in the win at No. 17 Utah ... started at left guard in the UW victory at California ... name the coaches' lineman of the game for the Cal win ... also started, at right guard, in the Pac-12 Championship Game win over Colorado and against Alabama in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. 

9.6 Size


Logan Wilson- 6-2, 241, (O) 4.63, 10'1"Broad. , 



04/2020: Bounces forward instinctually off snap. Great quick hands and feet. He can take on the blocker, but can struggle to shed. He has to be more elusive in traffic moving forward. Very productive. Good instincts. Needs to get smarter. Smooth and fast moving back in coverage. I like his coverage abilities over the middle of the field. Great blast off when blitzing up the gut. He can avoid the big OL on the 2nd level. Okay shuffle laterally. Great turn and sprint. He caught the INT. He has some flash and dash. He can realty move. 

Over 360 tackles on the small school level, which is just not the same. Hoppy in the middle of the field as it takes him a few ticks to read the play. He is going to have to read it fast in the NFL. He can give a good shove and shed to get past the OL to pressure the QB. Bounces off blockers and redirects well. Nice aggressive step up in the straight up run. 

Not a good blitzer or rusher. Sometimes gets stuck in traffic. Plays better as the game goes on. He will run himself out of the play when the RB cutback. Gets take out by OLs too easy. If he doesn't avoiding the blocker, or takes himself out of the play avoiding the blocker, he loses. 

Combine: He had some good numbers at the Combine. Great explosion numbers. A 10' 1" Broad jump is a great number for him. A 4.63 Forty and 32" Vertical leap are very good numbers for an ILB. 7.07 3-Cone is a very good number that could bring him to the Pats in the 4th. Good shuffle laterally. Good turn and run. Good plant and drive back. He caught the INT.

This Season: Logan Wilson enters his senior season as one of the top returning defensive players in the nation. His 316 career tackles will rank him No. 2 among all active returning Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) players entering the 2019 season, trailing only Texas State linebacker Bryan London II (341 career tackles). The two will meet in Week 2 of the 2019 season on Sept. 7. Wilson concluded his junior season ranked No. 5 among active FBS players in the nation in Career Defensive TDs scored (3), ranked No. 13 among active FBS players in Career Tackles per Game (8.10) and No. 10 among active FBS players in Career Solo Tackles per Game (4.90). Wilson’s 316 career tackles ranks him No. 13 on the Wyoming career tackle list entering his senior season. He has started every game of this Wyoming career -- 39 consecutive starts. Wilson was named a team captain as both a sophomore and junior. Team captains for the 2019 season will be named during fall practice, he could join former teammate Marcus Epps as Wyoming’s only three-time team captains in the modern era of Cowboy Football. 

2018: Wilson was the leading tackler on a Cowboy defense that ranked No. 19 in the nation in total defense in 2018, allowing opponents only 326.2 yards per game. He was the starting middle linebacker of Wyoming’s defense that also ranked No. 25 in the nation in rushing defense (129.5 yards per game) and No. 28 in scoring defense (22.0 points per game). In addition to leading the team in tackles (103), he led the team in tackles for loss (11.0 for 30 yards) and tied for the team lead in interceptions (2 for 21 yards). Wilson was named Honorable Mention All-Mountain West in 2018. Among his top games of the season were: 12 tackles vs. Washington State and Colorado State; 11 tackles against Boise State, Hawai’i and Utah State; and 10 tackles versus San Jose State. His two interceptions came against Utah State and Air Force. He earned Academic All-Mountain West honors for the third time in his career. 

2017: A Second Team All-Mountain West pick at linebacker as a sophomore, Wilson started all 13 games for the Pokes. He led UW with 119 total tackles. Wilson recorded 79 solo stops and 40 assisted tackles. He added 8.0 tackles for loss and 1.0 sack. Wilson had a knack for forcing turnovers with two forced fumbles and one interception. He also added one fumble recovery that he returned 18 yards for a touchdown versus Texas State. Wilson recorded a career-high 14 tackles twice on the season one coming against Hawai’i and the other coming against Colorado State. He also added 12 tackles in the Air Force game, and had 12 tackles to go along with one tackle for loss, one sack and one touchdown against Texas State. Wilson was credited with 11 tackles vs. the Oregon Ducks in a game played in Laramie. He earned Academic All-MW honors for the second consecutive year.

2016: Wilson was named the MW Freshman of the Year. He ranked No. 1 among MW freshmen in tackles, averaging 6.7 tackles per game. He had 94 tackles on the year to go along with 7.5 tackles for loss and three sacks. Those tackles for loss combined for 45 yards. He also recovered three fumbles and forced one. He was named the MW Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Utah State, with seven tackles, one interception for 56 yards and one fumble recovery. Wilson scored two touchdowns on the season -- one on a 27-yard interception return at Eastern Michigan and one on a fumble recovery in the end zone against UNLV. He tied for the team lead with three interceptions. Wilson had a season high 13 tackles at UNLV. He achieved Academic All-Mountain West honors for the first time.

9.5 Potential


Willie Gay- 6-1.1, 243, (U) 4.46! 11'4"Broad! 39.5"Vert! 7.08 3-C, 4.3 SS, 32.3"Arm 21 Reps


Mississippi St

04/2020: He made some serious money at the Combine. Super athlete. He had some issues at Miss. He was suspended for a lot of games. A bit of a maniac, and not in the good way. But he was an impact player when he was able to get onto the field. Good core and upper body strength.

Pure space player. Might be best as a Will. he's not a Mike. His teammate have to physically set him sometimes. Doesn't know the calls. Run around blockers dude. Very quick feet in drop. Stares at the QB too much. Twitchy moving forward to RB. Tough for OLs to grab him in space. Slippery. Elusive. Bouncy. Consistently get to the RB outside. Takes bad angles to avoid blockers. 
Excellent shuffle laterally. Can turn and run. Good plant and drive back. He caught the INT. The elite athlete at Linebacker at the Combine. But can he be trusted?
 Could be a late 6th or 7th Round steal if he can get his head screwed on straight. Won't go to Pats, even with four 6ths. The freak athlete at linebacker in this Draft.  

Combine: Quick Hands. Nice speed turning the corner. Fastest Linebacker in the Draft. Twitchy opening and sliding back and outside. Nice feet shuffling outside, can break forward and catch the ball. Terrific moving laterally. Better moving back. Caught the ball. Twitchy moving sideways. 

4-Bag Drill. Good moving forward and back through bags. Great feet moving laterally over bags. Nice hips sinking and hitting bags. Great cover linebacker. Fast Mike who can struggle to get through trash and traffic sometimes. Great quick bursts moving to the RB to make two or three OLs miss him as he shuffles outside. Plays with some explosion. Freak athlete. Pure explosive quicks and twitch. Sudden. Not great instincts. Needs to see it. See and run to ball player. 

CAREER: Strong, physical, athletic linebacker … Started six games at WILL linebacker for the nation’s No. 1 defense in 2018 … A local product that reunited with his former defensive teammate Kobe Jones of Starkville High School … Elected to forgo his senior year and has declared for the 2020 NFL draft ... Started six of 31 career games played ... Recorded either an interception, forced fumble or fumble recovery in seven of his last nine games played.

2019 JUNIOR SEASON: Played in five games ... Missed eight games due to violation of team rules ... Finished with 28 tackles and 3.5 tackles for loss ... Forced a fumble, recovered two fumbles and returned an interception 52 yards for a touchdown.

2018 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Appeared in all 13 games and earned six starts … Set a career high with 48 total tackles, ranking sixth on the team … Added 5.5 tackles for loss and five sacks, setting career highs in both … Collected two interceptions, one fumble recovery and a pass breakup … One of the best linebackers in the conference in coverage, earning a 90.6 grade over his 156 coverage snaps … Allowed a passer rating of 25.8 when targeted … Did not allow a single touchdown over his 20 targets … Tied for fifth among SEC linebackers in total pressure (17) … Only missed five tackles over 455 total snaps played … Earned the first start of his collegiate career at Kansas State (9/8) … Collected three tackles vs. Louisiana (9/15), adding a sack and tackle for loss … Made four stops vs. Florida (9/29), collecting a half-tackle for loss and his lone pass break-up of the season … Earned a season-high 88.5 defensive grade from Pro Football Focus against the Gators … Turned in a four-tackle performance for the second straight week vs. No. 8 Auburn (10/6) … Earning his first start in SEC play, recorded five tackles at No. 5 LSU (10/20) … Turned in a career performance at No. 1 Alabama (11/10), collecting a career-high nine tackles, including six solo stops … Recorded the first interception of his career and set career highs in both tackles for loss (2.0) and sacks (2.0) against the Crimson Tide … His two sacks were the most by any player versus Alabama since Clemson’s Shaq Lawson (2) and Kevin Dodd (3) in the CFP National Championship Game on Jan. 11, 2016 … During an Alabama offensive drive in the third quarter, recorded a sack and immediately followed up with the first interception of his career on back-to-back plays … It was just the second time Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa had been intercepted in 2018 … Earned his second consecutive start vs. Arkansas (11/17) and recorded seven tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks … Recovered the first fumble of his career at Ole Miss (11/22) … Recorded four tackles, including 0.5 for loss, in the Outback Bowl vs. Iowa (1/1) … Recorded his second interception of the season against the Hawkeyes, returning it 46 yards to the Iowa 6-yard line to set up a Bulldog touchdown. 

2017 TRUE FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in all 13 contests as a true freshman, seeing playing time on special teams and as a back-up linebacker … Recorded 23 total tackles with a sack and two tackles for loss … Also added a fumble recovery and two pass breakups over debut season … Made collegiate debut in MSU’s season opener against Charleston Southern (9/2), recording two tackles … Tallied four stops at No. 11 Georgia (9/23) … Recorded first pass breakup of career against Kentucky (9/21) … Lone tackle at No. 24 Texas A&M (10/28) was his first-career sack for a loss of four yards … Collected three tackles, a pass breakup and forced his first-career fumble against UMass (11/4) … Strong performance against Louisville (12/30) in the TaxSlayer Bowl, matching his season high with four tackles.

9.7 Character Concerns 


Matt Hennessy- 6-3.7, 307, S-1.8, (U) 5.19,  32 1/4"Arm, 23 R, 9'2"Br, 30"V, 7.45 3-C, 4.6 SS



A little light footed pulling outside. Great job turning and sealing the DT outside. Heavy hands. Gets low and likes to push up the DL to get them out of leverage. When he does they are done. Plays with his hands up and his arms chicken winged a little wide. Needs to keep them high and tight better. He can take the big hit by the big DT, get low and reanchor. Then drive him back. Great initial burst back when no one lines up in his range. Always looking to double to the side. 

Quick moving back. More quick hops than slide sometimes. Tough and sound inside. Great job blocking down on the DT. He can slide over and stone the DT by himself. When he stays and plays low he looks like an NFL OC. He has some power at the point to stack the DT and hold him in place. He can win the initial hit, and bench the DE back with his hands and arms, though not consistently. Smooth slide sideways in pass pro. Good hand fighter. He has some quick hands fighting back in pass pro. 

SB: Great job understanding position, technique and leverage. He can slide the over aggressive DT right past the QB when he looked like he lost. Then washed him easily, and keeps aggressively blocking him 10 yard behind the QB. TMIWHTMILH. He has some power at the point. He is a bit inconsistent. But he could be great. Good hands for grabbing shirt and latching on. 

Combine: He is another OC you can build an O-line around. Pure power blocker. His speed was good enough for an OC. He is going to play inside rough and tough for a long time in the NFL. Heavy feet. Which isn’t a deathnel for an OC. He needs to be protected inside at OC. Cheated by hopping. Surprising speed pulling. He looked the most athletic when he was in the pulling drill at the Combine. He has a little snap pulling outside. Okay kicksliding to the right. A little stiff in technique sometimes. Nice quicks moving side to side Smooth. He kept his hands up and they didn’t move. Bend his hips nicely. 

2019 (Redshirt Junior): Entered the season the starter at center and leader of the offensive line ... the Owls started the same five linemen in each of the first seven games of the season before Hennessy missed game 8.

2018 (Redshirt Sophomore): Started wearing the single digit #3 on his jersey in practice and on his helmet during games (Temple awards single-digit jerseys to the toughest players on the team) ... entered season as starter at center and served as the linchpin for a young offensive line that plays true freshmen at RT and LT ... according to PFF, had the lowest rate of pressures allowed (0.6%) in the regular season among all FBS centers, allowing zero sacks and just two pressures in 329 pass blocks ... started games 1-9 ... left game with an injury at #9 UCF and missed games 10 and 11 ... returned in regular season finale at UConn and played in Independence Bowl vs. Duke.

2017 (Redshirt Freshman): Made first start at center on opening day at Notre Dame and started all but one game ... injury sidelined him week 8 vs. Army.


9.6 OC


Cameron Dantzler- 6-4, 325, (O) 4.64, 34.5" Vert, 


Miss State

04/2020: I love this guy. He was my favorite CB, that the Pats had a shot at, in this Draft. But his Forty killed me at the Combine, and I forgot about him. He has everything you want in a shut down corner except speed (which is kind-ah important;). A Proday could have saved his ass. But not in the time of Plaque. He was not a 4.65-guy on the field. He played faster than his Combine Time. 

Great burst forward out of pedal to tackle the runner. He can read run, and not pedal at all like a FS on the Edge in Off. Then flash past the WR and tackle the QB trying to sneak outside to his sideline. Explosive moving forward to tackle the ball carrier. Always plays moving backwards and peeking into the backfield. He can tackle the QB on the fake reverse for a TFL. 

He is terrific against the run. He can make tackles on the edge all game. He could play some safety. After his Forty at the Combine, he might have to play some FS. A time that could still have him Drafted on Day Two as a FS. His Tape is so great. Flashy. Explosive. Quick twitch COD. Amazing instincts in coverage. Plays much faster than Forty. Quicker than fast. Okay. So if I get over my disappointment with a stupid Forty, and pretend he got it in the 4.5s at his Proday, he is still a Day Two pick. 

LSU: He can play the Edge like a Safety and explode forward to tackle the RB. He likes to cut the legs of the ball carrier. Long tall CB, who some say was a shutdown Corner in the SEC (and I would be one of them;). He is a guy who is being overlooked right now. If he improves on what he did last season he could be an easy Day Two pick and might slip into the 1st with his size. Not good at catching the ball. He had 2 INT last season and 11 PBU. He can be a great tackler in space on the Edge. He can play Safety in the NFL. The Pats would be foolish to pass on him in the 3rd. 

CAREER: Lockdown, lengthy cornerback who was a two-year starter for the Bulldogs … One of the team leaders on defense … Added weight throughout career and became more physical and explosive … Appeared in 35 career games with 22 starts … Opted to forgo final season of eligibility and entered the 2020 NFL Draft … All-SEC second team as a sophomore in 2018 … Elite in coverage during his last two seasons, allowing just 36 catches for 459 yards on 568 coverage snaps … One of the top tackling and pass-rushing cornerbacks in the nation … Totaled 108 career tackles, including 6.0 for loss and 1.5 sacks … Credited with five interceptions and 20 pass breakups … Forced one fumble and recovered one fumble.

2019 JUNIOR SEASON: Started nine of nine games played at cornerback … Earned an 83.4 overall grade from Pro Football Focus, which tied for fourth in the SEC among cornerbacks … Allowed a passer rating of just 57.0, which ranked fourth in the league among cornerbacks … Had a forced incompletion rate of 24.1 percent … In SEC games, allowed only 11 catches from 23 targets for 171 yards … Recorded a 94.5 pass-rushing grade from PFF, which ranked second in the SEC among cornerbacks … Tallied 40 tackles, including 31 of the solo variety … Registered 2.0 tackles for loss and 0.5 sack … Picked off two passes, forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and broke up eight passes … Did not play vs. Kansas State (9/14), at Texas A&M (10/26), vs. Abilene Christian (11/23) and vs. Louisville (12/30) at the Music City Bowl … Opened the season with a seven-tackle performance and an interception at Louisiana (8/31) … Picked off his second pass of the season at Tennessee (10/12) … Put together a career performance vs. No. 2 LSU (10/19), who featured the nation’s top offense and receiving corps … Allowed 2 of 4 targets to be caught for 13 yards against the Tigers … Earned an impressive 90.8 defensive grade and 99.9 pass-rushing grade … Finished the game with seven tackles and a half sack … Also forced a fumble and broke up two passes … Racked up a career-high nine tackles, including 1.0 TFL, and broke up a pass in the Egg Bowl vs. Ole Miss (11/28).

2018 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Led a cornerbacks unit that did not surrender a touchdown during the regular season … Started all 13 games at cornerback and earned second-team All-SEC honors from the Associated Press … Finished with 43 tackles, two tackles for loss, one sack, two interceptions and 11 passes defended … Ranked second in the SEC among cornerbacks with a 41.1 passer rating allowed, according to Pro Football Focus … One of only four cornerbacks in the league that did not allow a touchdown (min. 345 coverage snaps played) … Earned an 82.0 overall defensive grade from PFF, which is the fourth-highest among returning cornerbacks this upcoming season … Ranked fourth in the SEC among corners with 20 total stops, according to PFF … Was thrown at 51 times and allowed just 22 receptions for a 43.1 reception percentage per PFF, which ranked sixth in the SEC among corners … Broke up at least one pass in five different games … Opened the season with a career-high three pass breakups vs. Stephen F. Austin (9/1) and added three tackles … Logged a career-high seven tackles, including six solo, vs. Louisiana (9/15) … Forced the second interception of his career against Florida (9/29) to go along with five tackles … Collected his second interception of the season and third of his career in his home state at No. 5 LSU (10/20) … Recorded first career sack at No. 1 Alabama (11/10) and finished with four tackles.

2017 REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON: Appeared in all 13 games in 2017, serving as a backup cornerback … Recorded 25 total tackles and one interception over debut season … Tallied two solo stops, including a career-high one tackle for loss in his collegiate debut in the season opener vs. Charleston Southern (9/2) … Recorded three tackles and the first pass breakup of career against No. 11 LSU (9/16) … Set career high with four tackles at Arkansas (11/18) and matched his career best with one tackle for loss … Turned in a strong performance in the TaxSlayer Bowl vs. Louisville (12/30), with four tackles and collected two pass breakups … First interception of career came against Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson in the bowl contest … Returned the pick for 15 yards.

9.7 Speed



Raequan Williams- 6-4, 303, 33.3"A, 17 R, (O) 5.04, 9'3"Br, 25.5"V, 7.72 3-C, 4.78 SS, Rs-Sr


Arizona State

03/2020: Dude can really get up field. When he gets high, he can get pancaked. He is tough to run on when he knows it is coming. You cannot dig him out unless you surprise him. He has a little niftiness in his shoulder in the rush. Looks like more of a D-Tackle or Nose Tackle to me, but he plays a lot of Nose Tackle. Tough inside player. Takes a beating at NT. He can be overpowering.

He is a big running stuffing DT/NT who should go on Day Two, but looks like he is going to be a steal in Day Three.  He has that knack for TFLs. He had 10.5 TFLs Last season. He also garnered 53 tackles and 2 Sacks. If he wants to go in the 1st he needs to hit more quarterbacks. He can get upfield and sack the QB in the big situation.

2018: He is a terrific run stuffer. Known as a team leader. Great at slant to the left and crushing the RB with his great size and power. He is a beast inside. He is so quick and powerful bursting to his left. He can hop around the OC, and smash into the RB behind the line. TMIWHTMILH. Elite lateral burst to line up on the OC left, and hop right around him and tackle the RB on his right for a TFL.

ASU 2018: He has some clutch in him. He made the big stop on 4th down against Arizona ST. He can really rush up the get to the QB. Great quick Rip over the OLG to hit the QB. He powered the OLG right off his feet, and got to the QB and knock the ball out of the QB's hands. Great power when he has leverage. He has to stay and play low.

Combine: Dude and fly moving side to side. He has lower body explosion. He was a very impressive athlete at the Combine. Amazing feet in bag drill. Dude's movement skills are impossible for his size. Good natural strength. Great agility. He can flatten. Good bend. He made a lot of money at the Combine.

CAREER NOTES: Four-year letterwinner started 42 consecutive games at nose tackle to close out his career, the longest starting streak by a position player in the Mark Dantonio era . . . two-time Associated Press All-Big Ten First Team selection (2018, 2019) . . . three-time member of the team’s Eagles leadership council and was voted a captain as a senior in 2019 . . . finished his career with 160 tackles, including 29 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks, in 50 career games, including 42 starts . . . the 29 tackles for loss rank tied for 16th most in MSU history . . . also had eight pass break-ups and three forced fumbles . . . only second player in MSU history to win the team’s Iron Man Award three consecutive seasons . . . graduated with a bachelor’s degree in advertising management in December 2019.

2019 SEASON (SENIOR): Named to the AP All-Big Ten First Team for the second year in a row . . . selected second-team All-Big Ten by the media and third team by the coaches . . . voted one of four team captains . . . recorded a career-high five sacks (31 yards), which tied for second on the team and ranked tied for 18th in the Big Ten . . . also had 48 tackles overall, including 7.5 for losses (39 yards) . . . started all 13 games . . . received the team’s Iron Man Award for the third straight year . . . named MSU’s Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree and also received the Clarence Underwood Sportsmanship Award . . . closed out his college career with seven tackles, including a half tackle for loss, in tht Arizona St


1st Round.

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4th Round.

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:

Hey Trump, go pee in a hole!








President Trump is STEALING!!!!!!!

Life saving medical supplies from States!!!!!!!

There is nothing more disgusting!

Diseased! Or Malevolent than that!

Murdering sick Americans by the hundreds

and soon thousands for Political Cowardice!!!!!!!

Showing his true Evil again for all to see.

When someone shows you that he is Evil.

Just believe him. 


This is truly the most Evil thing I have read in a long time:

Washington Post

As feds play ‘backup,’ 

states take unorthodox steps to compete in cutthroat global market 

for coronavirus supplies.


Rushing to stave off a shortage of medical-grade protective gear to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Minnesota officials leaned on a local company’s global connections to airlift a cache of N95 masks from a Chinese factory back to the state for delivery this week.

Washington state purchased 750,000 cotton swabs for coronavirus tests, taking a risk because the product located by officials has not yet been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The state is also betting that a Seattle-based outdoor gear company, known for its backpacks and parkas, can reconfigure its operations to produce N95 respirators.

And California, acting as a “nation state” in the words of the governor, began buying 200 million masks per month to shore up supplies in that state and, potentially, across the country.


Elsewhere, some governors and lawmakers have watched in disbelief as they have sought to close deals on precious supplies, only to have the federal government swoop in to preempt the arrangements.


Officials in one state are so worried about this possibility that they are considering dispatching local police or even the National Guard to greet two chartered FedEx planes scheduled to arrive in the next week with millions of masks from China, according to people familiar with the planning. These people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, 

asked that their state not be identified to avoid flagging

federal officials to their shipment.



Evil is as Evil does)

As the Trump administration assumes what the president has called a “backup” role in distributing supplies to fight the pandemic, state governments are taking extraordinary — and often unorthodox — steps to compete in an increasingly cutthroat global marketplace.


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The result is a patchwork and often chaotic scramble for goods, pitting states against each other and, often, against other countries or even the U.S. government.

“We’re doing what everyone else is doing,” Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) said in an interview. “You’ve got 50 states and the federal government all chasing the same companies. It’s crazy.”...


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