Jamil Douglas vs Wisconsin (2013)

Posted by Andrew Worstell on Jun 04, 2014

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  • Jamil Douglas

    Submitted by Ray Valentin on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015



    Douglas has the inner confidence to go against any defensive linemen big or small. He displays football intelligence by diagnosing and adjusting to line stunts. He understands how to get into good relative position, but he needs to do a better job at sustaining and finishing blocks, especially on the second level. He needs to show more mental toughness by being the aggressor and finishing his blocks. However, Douglas does possess good quickness. He can get to the second level with ease and can mask deficiencies in his pass protection by quickly recovering. He has the size but needs to show more play strength in his game.

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