Grady Jarrett vs Ohio State (2013)

Posted by Andrew Worstell on May 27, 2014

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  • Grady Jarrett

    Submitted by Ray Valentin on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

    Jarrett plays with good strength at the point of attack. Even though he has the disadvantage of a shorter reach he displays the ability to stack and shed the blocker and pursue the play. He seems to play with above average football intelligence as he knows how to use his hands and read and react to the play in front of him. He also displayed the ability to spy and stay in his rush lane on a mobile QB. His speed is average for a one technique, but he does show a nice burst off the line of scrimmage. He does display good mental & physical toughness as he seems to bring his best down after down. He displays good competitive nature, which is evident, when looking at the Discovery Orange Bowl film. He also displayed his competitiveness at the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

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