Jay Ajayi vs Ole Miss (2014)
Posted by Aaron Aloysius on Aug 29, 2014
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Very elusive, forces lots of missed tackles via jukes, spins, and breaking tackles. Great receiving target with the quicks and the wheels to make something of any catch. Plays hard, always trying to move the pile forwards, with varying success. Respectable vision, better running outside the tackles than inside.
Dances east-west more than I like. Had some trouble in pass pro and goal line situations.
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Needs to be gang-tackled and has quick feet to make cuts on close tackles to extend plays. Has deft hands for pass catching. When given the ball at the goal line tends to get stuffed, but on 3rd and shorts is usually successful. Flashes of Beast Mode from time to time. Occasionally looks more for the yards going east west then focusing on north south movement. Fights for yards and could be a strong 3 down would be well suited for a team with a bull-dozing vulture or a big red zone target.
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Pos: Big, Powerful runner, Very hard to take down when gets going; bull like, explosive when he hits the whole, Fiery player, fast for his size
Neg: Doesn’t always go north-south, vision can be a problem, Not a home run threat
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