Aaron Aloysius

Aaron began closely following the draft in 2005. Since then, he’s overcome an Al Davis-like obsession with workout numbers, instead focusing on the qualities and traits visible on prospects’ tape.

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February 19, 2011

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Marcell Dareus

February 18, 2011

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February 16, 2011

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February 15, 2011

New Prospect Video: Three Weeks of Justin Houston

February 13, 2011

New Prospect Video: Three Weeks of Justin Houston

Georgia pass rusher Justin Houston had a breakout junior season, notching 11 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss. He was very productive in the Bulldogs’ new 3-4 defense, leading many to conclude that he’ll soon be a disruptive 3-4 outside backer in the big leagues.


However, the tape shows that Houston may need more development before he’ll be effective in that role.




Though Houston began the transition to playing with his hand up, he looked much more comfortable and explosive playing with his hand in the dirt. From a three-point stance, Houston displays an excellent first step; from a two-point, he’s less capable of running the arc around offensive tackles. His limited repertoire of rush moves further amplifies the issue.


As a result, Houston may be more effective early on as a nickel rusher. In fact, a 4-3 team could be interested in having him (read more…)

Justin Houston

February 12, 2011

Nick Fairley

February 10, 2011

AJ Green

February 9, 2011

Cam Newton

February 5, 2011

Make Me Bad? Allen Bailey and the Hurricanes’ Coaching Staff

February 3, 2011

Make Me Bad? Allen Bailey and the Hurricanes’ Coaching Staff

Last August, I wrote an article on Allen Bailey, detailing my concerns about certain weaknesses in his game. For one, the big physical freak was very slow off the snap, routinely being the last guy on the line to get out of his stance.


Also, Bailey struggled to threaten the edge as a pass rusher, so he was forced to rely heavily on his bull rush. With his physical strength, Bailey managed to walk back offensive linemen, but he lacked the quick hands to disengage in time to get to the quarterback. As a result, he was nothing more than an average pass rusher.


You can see some of Bailey’s issues in this ’09 clip of him against Wake Forest. While impressive when he had an open lane to crush the QB, Bailey’s poor hand play also led to many lost opportunities.




Those struggles (read more…)

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