Melvin Gordon vs LSU (2014)

Posted by Andrew Worstell on Sep 01, 2014

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  • Scouting Report: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin

    Submitted by Adam Bershad on Friday, February 20th, 2015



     

    POSITIVE

    • Breakaway burst, amazing speed first few steps
    • Sometimes great pass protection (week one, blows up player) but always willing
    • plays out wide
    • Can burst through holes
    • Can beat defender around edge
    • Makes good yardage up the hole for his weight
    • Will fight to stay up, good at breaking tackles at full speed
    • Great one way change of direction + burst
    • Stays up with play to block
    • Great size for position
    NEGATIVE

    • Doesn’t consistently have long speed, ends up getting caught from behind when not much separation
    • Fumble issues

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  • Melvin Gordon Scouting

    Submitted by JHlava5 on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015



    Pos: Explosive out of cuts, Freakish size/speed combo (6’1 about 210 with scary speed), Very good vision, Extremely productive, Smart/Patient runner follows blocks,

    Neg: Wisconsin system hasn’t put out elite Backs, not much of a receiver, could use his size more to his advantage

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