@cowboyrayactive 4 months ago
Cedric Wilson WR Boise State
Strengths: Wilson plays with good quickness and speed for the position. He is a vertical threat that can take the top off the coverage. On tape he showed the ability to run the quick hitch, intermediate, and deep routes. He has some quick twitch to his game and doesn’t need time to build up speed. A willing blocker…[Read more]
Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
Strengths: Davenport plays with speed, power, and strength. He knows how to dip his shoulder underneath the tackle on the speed rush. Davenport understands that he is a long levered athlete and uses them to his advantage. On tape you see him long arm the block when defending the run and pass. He will use his speed off…[Read more]
Darius Leonard LB SC State
Strengths: Leonard is a good athlete for the position. He has enough speed to make plays side line to side line. He uses his hands and arms to keep blockers off his frame. He fills the hole quickly when he sees it. He looks fluid when he drops back in passing situations.
Weakness: Leonard survives on his athletic…[Read more]
Harrison Phillips DT Stanford
Strengths: Phillips is a one technique who plays the run well. He is strong at the point of attack and is hard to move off the line. Phillips has a good bull rush and plays with a good motor. He doesn’t have any problems taking on blockers in order to free up his team mates.
Weakness: Phillips doesn’t offer much…[Read more]
Quin Blanding S Virginia
Strengths: Blanding is a good sure tackler. He is comfortable playing in the deep half, single high and in the slot. He has nice size to play the jump ball and on tape he looks to have some awareness in zone coverage.
Weakness: Blanding sometimes takes bad angles to the ball. Against Louisville there were a few runs…[Read more]
M.J. Stewart CB North Carolina
Strength: Stewart plays with good competitiveness. He sticks close to his man in coverage. He understands how to play off and press man. Stewart is not afraid to get physical with the ball carrier and does a good job of using his hands and arms to keep blockers off his frame. He was lined up in the slot as well as…[Read more]
Isaiah Wynn OG Georgia
Strength: Wynn has good movement skills for an offensive guard. Enough so that he played at the tackle position his senior year. He can pull and get to the second level with ease. He does a good job of keeping relative position between him and the ball carrier. He looks comfortable in pass protection. Wynn can keep speed…[Read more]
Ian Thomas TE Indiana
Strength: Thomas is a good athlete at the tight end position. He runs good routes and can run away from defenses. He has good focus and hands for the reception. Thomas is capable of catching tightly contested balls. He can be a good blocker at the point of attack both in line and from the h-back position. Thomas has…[Read more]
Allen Lazard WR Iowa ST.
Strengths: Lazard runs good routes at the wide receiver position. He has good focus and hands for the reception. Lazard has a built in advantage on 50/50 balls due to his height. He understands how to get open and will sit down in open areas of a zone. A willing blocker on run plays he squares the defender up and tries…[Read more]
Tyquan Lewis DE Ohio St.
Strengths: Lewis is strong at the point of attack. He plays with his hands and uses them to keep blockers off his frame. He has a quick first step off the line of scrimmage. Lewis was versatile enough to rush from the inside spots as well as the outside.
Weakness: Lewis doesn’t rush with any plan to get to the QB.…[Read more]
Luke Falk QB Washington St.
Strengths: Falk has a good arm, enough to make the deep comeback throw. You can see him go through his progressions and hit his second and third options. He throws with good touch and can read coverage’s post snap, and know where and who to throw the ball to. He has good pocket awareness and will slide and step up in…[Read more]
Jaylen Samuels RB/WR/H-back
Strength: Samuels is a jack of all trades type player. He can be moved in various positions all over the formation. He was a reliable third down option for the wolf pack. He can run good short to intermediate routes in the passing game. Samuels understands how to sit in the hole against zone coverage.
Brian O’Neill OT Pitt
Strengths: O’Neill is a good athlete for his size at the position. His movement skills are above average. He can get to the second level with ease, and is smooth on the trap and pull blocks. He has a good kick step in setting up to pass protect. O’Neill also has good lateral agility to pick up the stunt by the defensive…[Read more]
Kyzir White S West Virginia
Strengths: White is a good tackler who is not afraid to put his pads on the ball carrier and wrap him up. He has experience playing in the box, slot, and covering the deep half/quarter of the field. He does a good job of sticking with the receiver in man coverage. He also stays on his feet to defeat the block in the…[Read more]
Will Hernandez OG UTEP
Strengths: Hernandez plays with strength and power at the point of attack. He understands how to turn his hips and seal off the block on the defender. He has really strong hands in that once he gets his hands on the inside the pass rusher is done. He was seen to be able to understand and pick up the defender on the line…[Read more]
Rashaad Penny RB San Diego St.
Strengths: Penny runs with good speed and vision. He has enough speed to reach and capture the corner on defenses and the vision to consistently see cut back lanes. He runs with good leg drive in that you can see him get forward lean even when multiple defenders are on him. He has good focus and hands when…[Read more]
Mike Gesicki TE Penn State
Strength: Gesicki is very good in jump ball situations due to his height and athletic ability (former basketball player). This could make him a valuable commodity in the red zone. He is a movable chess piece in that he played in the slot, on the wing, and in line. A smooth route runner with good focus and hands for…[Read more]
Armani Watts S Texas A&M
Strengths: Plays with good speed in reacting to the play in front of him. Understands his assignment on defense and puts himself in position to make a play. Will chase plays down all over the field. Showed the ability to take advantage of a QB’s mistake.
Weakness: On the Tennessee tape he seems to be to much of an…[Read more]
Duke Dawson CB Florida
Strengths: Dawson plays like a student of the game in that he looks comfortable in both press and zone coverage. He is a willing tackler and is not afraid to come up and mix it up with the ball carrier. On tape he looks to have good speed for the position.
Weakness: Against LSU he had three chances to get an…[Read more]
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