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Jordan Willis vs Stanford (2016)

Posted by Alex Roupenian on Oct 22, 2016

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  • Solid Player

    Submitted by Reggie on Saturday, January 21st, 2017

    I really like this kid and wish there were more videos to watch. He has decent speed, body control, and bend when speed rushing. Shows athletism to cover a TE. Played all over the line and explodes on stunts and can be disruptive. Uses good leverage and technique to shed blockers.

    Sometimes he loses the ball carrier. At time the ball carrier would run right by him. Again, wish there were more videos to look at.

    He was team captain, and wants to go to Law School. Smart kid. I want him on the Cowboys in 2nd round!

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