Vic Beasley vs Georgia (2013)

Created by Aaron Aloysius on September 7, 2013

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  • Scouting Notes: Vic Beasley vs Georgia (2013)

    Submitted by Page on Monday, August 25th, 2014


    First Half

    • - Extremely Quick Get-Off…false start
    • - Pass – Stutter step and swim. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Slow, blind, bull rush to middle. Ineffective until Murray holds ball too long. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Meh bullrush, knocks LT off balance. QB Hit. Shows power in hands well. Success.
    • - Pass – Easily and smoothly runs the arc forcing QB run. QB Pressure. Success.
    • - Pass – Neutral on quick pass.
    • - Run – Misstep on run, loss of balance. Run to other side. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Quick outer-swim, FAST route to QB w/ great closing speed. QB Hit. Success.
    • - Run – Easy swim over head-down OT, whiffs on Gurley. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Appears to mush-rush. Neutral.
    • - Run – First play standing up. No event. Neutral.
    • - Run – Run up middle. Beasley runs arc untouched, almost tackling. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Quick GO, heavy punch and Bull-Rush knocks LT off balance; LT re-anchors. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Swims and rounds LT, en route to QB Hurry. Success.
    • - Pass – Outspeeds OT to edge enroute to QB Hurry. Success.
    • - Pass – Semi-pressure on Stunt. Drives thru block. Neutral.
    • - Run – chip on runblock but he shows good balance and stays up.
    • - Pass – Bull Rushes + Punch knocks down (backup) LT. Success.
    • - Pass – Quick GO w/ twitch move, blindsides Murray with fast closing speed. QB HitSuccess.
    • - Pass – Bull Rushes, sees screen develop, almost intercepts tipped ball. Neutral.
    • - Run – Neutral.
    • - PassDrives OT to QB. QB Pressure, teammate sack. Success.
    • - Run – Neutral.
    • - Run – Aggressive hand usage but let’s LT get hands inside too easily. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Intentionally left unblocked on screen. Pursues, but no pressure. Neutral.
    • - Pass – Lines up at 5T. No damage done…INT on the play by teammate. Neutral.
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Aaron Aloysius

Aaron began closely following the draft in 2005. Since then, he’s overcome an Al Davis-like obsession with workout numbers, instead focusing on the qualities and traits visible on prospects’ tape. See all posts by Aaron Aloysius.