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New Orleans Saints Depth Chart

  • HC: Sean Payton
  • OC: Pete Carmichael
  • DC: Dennis Allen
  • ST: Brad Banta
Updated: 10/18/2017 9:01PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR13Thomas, Michael 16/216Coleman, Brandon CF14
RWR19GINN, TED U/Car11Lewis, Tommylee CF1680Carr, Austin W/NE
SWR83Snead, Willie SF14
LT72Armstead, Terron 13/371Ramczyk, Ryan 17/1
LG75Peat, Andrus 15/179GRECO, JOHN SF17
C60UNGER, MAX T/Sea61LeRibeus, Josh SF17
RG67Warford, Larry U/Det
RT71Ramczyk, Ryan 17/165Kelemete, Senio SF13
TE89Hill, Josh CF1382Fleener, Coby U/Ind
TE84Hoomanawanui, Michael T/NE
QB9BREES, DREW U/SD10DANIEL, CHASE SF177Hill, Taysom W/GB
RB41Kamara, Alvin 17/322Ingram, Mark 11/133Edmunds, Trey CF1736Lasco, Daniel 16/7
FB42Line, Zach SF17
Defense
DEF          
LDE94Jordan, Cameron 11/191Hendrickson, Trey 17/3
DT98Rankins, Sheldon 16/193Onyemata, David 16/4
DT95Davison, Tyeler 15/568Hughes, John SF17
RDE57Okafor, Alex U/Arz97Muhammad, Al-Quadin 17/6
SLB53Klein, AJ U/Car44Kikaha, Hau'oli 15/2
MLB52Robertson, Craig U/Cle51Te'o, Manti U/LAC
WLB56Hodges, Gerald SF1700Mauti, Michael W/Min
LCB20Crawley, Ken CF1626Williams, PJ 15/324Moore, Sterling SF16
SS32Vaccaro, Kenny 13/131Banjo, Chris SF16
FS43Williams, Marcus 17/225BUSH, RAFAEL U/Det
NB48Bell, Vonn 16/2
RCB23Lattimore, Marshon 17/121Harris, De'vante CF1634Hardee, Justin CF17
Special Teams
ST          
P6MORSTEAD, THOMAS 09/5
PK3Lutz, Wil CF16
LS49Wood, Zach SF17
H6MORSTEAD, THOMAS 09/5
KO3Lutz, Wil CF16
PR19GINN, TED U/Car11Lewis, Tommylee CF16
KR19GINN, TED U/Car
Practice Squad
PS          
PS78Turner, Landon OG14Dural, Travin WR77Fullington, John OG45Griffin, Garrett TE00Skov, Shayne IB
PS00Hamilton, Woodrow NT00Martin, Gabe OB63Tom, Cameron OG37Maulet, Arthur CB
PS/EX74Jenkins, Alex DE
Reserves
RES          
RES70Loewen, Mitchell IR90Fairley, Nick NFI66Allen, Jack IR73Wallace, Martin IR68Lawrence, Devaroe IR
RES80HARBOR, CLAY IR40Breaux, Delvin IR58Parry, David IR29KUHN, JOHN IR64STRIEF, ZACH IR
RES47Anzalone, Alex IR54Stupar, Nathan IR

Analysis

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before MARSHON LATTIMORE made the New Orleans Saints' depth chart: Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP). Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Ohio State, 6000 193 4.37. Underclass entry from Cleveland, OH. One-year starter who was sidelined by injury as a true freshman in 2014. In 2015 the elite cover corner played in seven games, missing the final five contests with chronic hamstring problems. A first-team All-Big 10 selection by the coaches this past fall. Raw but has elite ability. Extremely quick in his reactions with sudden change of direction and no wasted movement. Good size and speed, but needs strength development. Excels in man coverage with quick reaction to cuts. Stays on the hip and does not lose leverage. Mirrors routes well. Good at cutting off a route and reacting to the throw. Stays in phase on vertical routes and is very difficult to throw over. Good ball skills. Good hands to pluck the ball. Shows good speed to cover vertical routes. Best in press man, but has some experience in off man. Okay in zone coverage but is not the most aware with route recognition. Has recovery quickness and burst. Explosive in run support but is an inconsistent tackler. In most scenarios, the lack of career experience and injury woes would be enough to really bump a player’s grade down. However the 20-year old Lattimore could make a case that he has the most impressive blend of tools and skills within this deep cornerback class. The size, speed, and ball skills are all top notch and he can fit into any coverage scheme or role. The upside is through the roof here as long as his hamstrings can be trusted. 2016 stats: 41 T, 4 INT, 9 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, shoulder and hip flexor. OSR:3/ 35. First round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).LoLouisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73)Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73)..uisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).Louisville, 6011 299 5.03. Two-year starter from Covington, GA. Received All-ACC honors the past two years. Has first step suddenness to get penetration or gain advantage up the field. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a good low power base and knee bend to hold the point. Stout inline player who has the strength to play versus the run. Can line up shaded on the nose or outside at end. He lacks the ideal length to play outside, but has good lateral quickness to get out of trouble. Presses the pocket from the inside and gives upfield pressure. A disruptive talent with quick hands. Plays on his feet like a linebacker. Senior Bowl notes: A short but explosive interior defender. Sudden off on the snap. The most consistently explosive player of the interior defenders. Active and explosive hands with a shock punch. Tough to single block. Disruptive player. Good flexibility. Rushes with power and sets up counters. 2015 stats: 58 T, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.02, right 2.22. OSR:5/28. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-9 3/8, BP-28, 10-1.73).California, 6041, 287, 4.76. Three-year starter. A flexible athlete who can bend and turn the corner. Played end in 3-4 scheme at Cal. Long arms and huge hands to control the blocker. Explosive edge speed and power. Quick hands to stab, punch, and extend his arms to gain separation. Consistent in the run game and rushing the passer. Can push the pocket when moved inside at tackle. Plays with good leverage and quickness. Disruptive and instinctive player who breaks quickly on a thrown ball. Possesses a thick and strong lower body to anchor in the run game. Uses a series of moves, including a rip or arm over to split a seam. Productive and aware. Impressive week of practice at the Senior Bowl where he impressed with his intensity and run stuffing ability. Bright-eyed, smart, and a high effort fast twitch player. NFL DNA - father Steve Jordan was a long-time Viking tight end. 2010 stats: 62 tackles, 5 1/2 sacks, 12 1/2 TFL, 3 FF, and 4 PBU. Edge speed:left 2.12, right 2.24. OSR:4/26. First round. (A-34 1/2, H-11 1/4, BP-25, 10-1.68).California, 6041, 287, 4.76. Three-year starter. A flexible athlete who can bend and turn the corner. Played end in 3-4 scheme at Cal. Long arms and huge hands to control the blocker. Explosive edge speed and power. Quick hands to stab, punch, and extend his arms to gain separation. Consistent in the run game and rushing the passer. Can push the pocket when moved inside at tackle. Plays with good leverage and quickness. Disruptive and instinctive player who breaks quickly on a thrown ball. Possesses a thick and strong lower body to anchor in the run game. Uses a series of moves, including a rip or arm over to split a seam. Productive and aware. Impressive week of practice at the Senior Bowl where he impressed with his intensity and run stuffing ability. Bright-eyed, smart, and a high effort fast twitch player. NFL DNA - father Steve Jordan was a long-time Viking tight end. 2010 stats: 62 tackles, 5 1/2 sacks, 12 1/2 TFL, 3 FF, and 4 PBU. Edge speed:left 2.12, right 2.24. OSR:4/26. First round. (A-34 1/2, H-11 1/4, BP-25, 10-1.68).Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 6050 304 4.71. Four-year starter. Athletic, rangy, and competitive. An ascending talent. Has long arms and quick feet that serve him well as a pass protector. Good first step quickness. Works to finish his blocks. Can run a speed rusher up the field. Good combination of foot quickness and ease of movement. Was a late addition to the Senior Bowl and he picked up where he left off in the Shrine Game and practices. Good lateral quickness. Smooth in his redirect. Has all the physical tools needed to succeed on the next level, but needs technique work. Rarely, if ever, shaken off by a defensive end or tackle. Pulls and runs aggressively. Can pull up to the hole and adjust to a moving target. Good contact and follow through. Caught a tackle screen and ran upfield like an athletic tight end. An eventual starter with minimal developmental time. A four-for-one player. May start out on the right side, but could be moved inside to guard because of his mobility. Has left tackle feet. OSR:2/49. First/second round. (A-34, H-9 1/2, BP-31, 10-1.68). Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 6050 304 4.71. Four-year starter. Athletic, rangy, and competitive. An ascending talent. Has long arms and quick feet that serve him well as a pass protector. Good first step quickness. Works to finish his blocks. Can run a speed rusher up the field. Good combination of foot quickness and ease of movement. Was a late addition to the Senior Bowl and he picked up where he left off in the Shrine Game and practices. Good lateral quickness. Smooth in his redirect. Has all the physical tools needed to succeed on the next level, but needs technique work. Rarely, if ever, shaken off by a defensive end or tackle. Pulls and runs aggressively. Can pull up to the hole and adjust to a moving target. Good contact and follow through. Caught a tackle screen and ran upfield like an athletic tight end. An eventual starter with minimal developmental time. A four-for-one player. May start out on the right side, but could be moved inside to guard because of his mobility. Has left tackle feet. OSR:2/49. First/second round. (A-34, H-9 1/2, BP-31, 10-1.68).Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 6050 304 4.71. Four-year starter. Athletic, rangy, and competitive. An ascending talent. Has long arms and quick feet that serve him well as a pass protector. Good first step quickness. Works to finish his blocks. Can run a speed rusher up the field. Good combination of foot quickness and ease of movement. Was a late addition to the Senior Bowl and he picked up where he left off in the Shrine Game and practices. Good lateral quickness. Smooth in his redirect. Has all the physical tools needed to succeed on the next level, but needs technique work. Rarely, if ever, shaken off by a defensive end or tackle. Pulls and runs aggressively. Can pull up to the hole and adjust to a moving target. Good contact and follow through. Caught a tackle screen and ran upfield like an athletic tight end. An eventual starter with minimal developmental time. A four-for-one player. May start out on the right side, but could be moved inside to guard because of his mobility. Has left tackle feet. OSR:2/49. First/second round. (A-34, H-9 1/2, BP-31, 10-1.68).Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 6050 304 4.71. Four-year starter. Athletic, rangy, and competitive. An ascending talent. Has long arms and quick feet that serve him well as a pass protector. Good first step quickness. Works to finish his blocks. Can run a speed rusher up the field. Good combination of foot quickness and ease of movement. Was a late addition to the Senior Bowl and he picked up where he left off in the Shrine Game and practices. Good lateral quickness. Smooth in his redirect. Has all the physical tools needed to succeed on the next level, but needs technique work. Rarely, if ever, shaken off by a defensive end or tackle. Pulls and runs aggressively. Can pull up to the hole and adjust to a moving target. Good contact and follow through. Caught a tackle screen and ran upfield like an athletic tight end. An eventual starter with minimal developmental time. A four-for-one player. May start out on the right side, but could be moved inside to guard because of his mobility. Has left tackle feet. OSR:2/49. First/second round. (A-34, H-9 1/2, BP-31, 10-1.68).Arkansas-Pine Bluff, 6050 304 4.71. Four-year starter. Athletic, rangy, and competitive. An ascending talent. Has long arms and quick feet that serve him well as a pass protector. Good first step quickness. Works to finish his blocks. Can run a speed rusher up the field. Good combination of foot quickness and ease of movement. Was a late addition to the Senior Bowl and he picked up where he left off in the Shrine Game and practices. Good lateral quickness. Smooth in his redirect. Has all the physical tools needed to succeed on the next level, but needs technique work. Rarely, if ever, shaken off by a defensive end or tackle. Pulls and runs aggressively. Can pull up to the hole and adjust to a moving target. Good contact and follow through. Caught a tackle screen and ran upfield like an athletic tight end. An eventual starter with minimal developmental time. A four-for-one player. May start out on the right side, but could be moved inside to guard because of his mobility. Has left tackle feet. OSR:2/49. First/second round. (A-34, H-9 1/2, BP-31, 10-1.68).Nebraska, 6025 218 4.57. Started 19 games in his career. Began as a wide receiver but made the move to corner in 2011. A rangy cover corner. Struggles with small receivers. Good size for a press corner or a potential safety. Good eye-hand coordination and timing. A fluid athlete who at times changes direction easily with no hesitation. Other times he is not as smooth and takes false steps. Catches the ball in his hands. Led the team with 11 passes broken up and 4 interceptions. Lacks overall consistency in his position characteristics. Not a physical wrap tackler. Solid in press coverage. 2013 stats: 41 T, 4 INT. BTR:left 4.69, right 4.59. OSR:13/32. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 3/8, H-8 5/8, VJ-41.5, SS-4.33).Nebraska, 6025 218 4.57. Started 19 games in his career. Began as a wide receiver but made the move to corner in 2011. A rangy cover corner. Struggles with small receivers. Good size for a press corner or a potential safety. Good eye-hand coordination and timing. A fluid athlete who at times changes direction easily with no hesitation. Other times he is not as smooth and takes false steps. Catches the ball in his hands. Led the team with 11 passes broken up and 4 interceptions. Lacks overall consistency in his position characteristics. Not a physical wrap tackler. Solid in press coverage. 2013 stats: 41 T, 4 INT. BTR:left 4.69, right 4.59. OSR:13/32. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 3/8, H-8 5/8, VJ-41.5, SS-4.33).Oregon State, 5096 189 4.33. Two-year starter. Was the explosive 2013 Fred Biletnikoff winner as the country’s best receiver. Has a lot of Carolina’s Steve Smith in him. A gritty receiver who has good hands and quick feet. A strong route runner with good vision. Explosive upfield burst on jailbreak screens. Beats the first tackler on a regular basis. An aggressive receiver with strong hands. Catches the ball in tight quarters and is not afraid to go over the middle. Gets open in man-to-man coverage. Competitive and athletic after the catch. Makes defenders miss. Tough to cover in the slot. An athletic receiver who can carry his pads and can take the short pass all the way for a touchdown. Good upper body strength. Quickness into and out of the break point to create separation and get open. Has explosive quickness and speed. Adjusts well to the ball in flight. Can move and adjust to uncover. Talent to contribute early and provide impact play. Can make plays in a congested area. Will leap and pluck the ball at the high point and not wait on the ball. Runs the fly sweep with speed, quickness, and agility. 2013 stats: 128-1730, 13.5 ypr, 16 TD. OSR:1/46. First/second round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-36, SS-3.81). Oregon State, 5096 189 4.33. Two-year starter. Was the explosive 2013 Fred Biletnikoff winner as the country’s best receiver. Has a lot of Carolina’s Steve Smith in him. A gritty receiver who has good hands and quick feet. A strong route runner with good vision. Explosive upfield burst on jailbreak screens. Beats the first tackler on a regular basis. An aggressive receiver with strong hands. Catches the ball in tight quarters and is not afraid to go over the middle. Gets open in man-to-man coverage. Competitive and athletic after the catch. Makes defenders miss. Tough to cover in the slot. An athletic receiver who can carry his pads and can take the short pass all the way for a touchdown. Good upper body strength. Quickness into and out of the break point to create separation and get open. Has explosive quickness and speed. Adjusts well to the ball in flight. Can move and adjust to uncover. Talent to contribute early and provide impact play. Can make plays in a congested area. Will leap and pluck the ball at the high point and not wait on the ball. Runs the fly sweep with speed, quickness, and agility. 2013 stats: 128-1730, 13.5 ypr, 16 TD. OSR:1/46. First/second round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-36, SS-3.81).Oregon State, 5096 189 4.33. Two-year starter. Was the explosive 2013 Fred Biletnikoff winner as the country’s best receiver. Has a lot of Carolina’s Steve Smith in him. A gritty receiver who has good hands and quick feet. A strong route runner with good vision. Explosive upfield burst on jailbreak screens. Beats the first tackler on a regular basis. An aggressive receiver with strong hands. Catches the ball in tight quarters and is not afraid to go over the middle. Gets open in man-to-man coverage. Competitive and athletic after the catch. Makes defenders miss. Tough to cover in the slot. An athletic receiver who can carry his pads and can take the short pass all the way for a touchdown. Good upper body strength. Quickness into and out of the break point to create separation and get open. Has explosive quickness and speed. Adjusts well to the ball in flight. Can move and adjust to uncover. Talent to contribute early and provide impact play. Can make plays in a congested area. Will leap and pluck the ball at the high point and not wait on the ball. Runs the fly sweep with speed, quickness, and agility. 2013 stats: 128-1730, 13.5 ypr, 16 TD. OSR:1/46. First/second round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-36, SS-3.81).Oregon State, 5096 189 4.33. Two-year starter. Was the explosive 2013 Fred Biletnikoff winner as the country’s best receiver. Has a lot of Carolina’s Steve Smith in him. A gritty receiver who has good hands and quick feet. A strong route runner with good vision. Explosive upfield burst on jailbreak screens. Beats the first tackler on a regular basis. An aggressive receiver with strong hands. Catches the ball in tight quarters and is not afraid to go over the middle. Gets open in man-to-man coverage. Competitive and athletic after the catch. Makes defenders miss. Tough to cover in the slot. An athletic receiver who can carry his pads and can take the short pass all the way for a touchdown. Good upper body strength. Quickness into and out of the break point to create separation and get open. Has explosive quickness and speed. Adjusts well to the ball in flight. Can move and adjust to uncover. Talent to contribute early and provide impact play. Can make plays in a congested area. Will leap and pluck the ball at the high point and not wait on the ball. Runs the fly sweep with speed, quickness, and agility. 2013 stats: 128-1730, 13.5 ypr, 16 TD. OSR:1/46. First/second round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-36, SS-3.81).Oregon State, 5096 189 4.33. Two-year starter. Was the explosive 2013 Fred Biletnikoff winner as the country’s best receiver. Has a lot of Carolina’s Steve Smith in him. A gritty receiver who has good hands and quick feet. A strong route runner with good vision. Explosive upfield burst on jailbreak screens. Beats the first tackler on a regular basis. An aggressive receiver with strong hands. Catches the ball in tight quarters and is not afraid to go over the middle. Gets open in man-to-man coverage. Competitive and athletic after the catch. Makes defenders miss. Tough to cover in the slot. An athletic receiver who can carry his pads and can take the short pass all the way for a touchdown. Good upper body strength. Quickness into and out of the break point to create separation and get open. Has explosive quickness and speed. Adjusts well to the ball in flight. Can move and adjust to uncover. Talent to contribute early and provide impact play. Can make plays in a congested area. Will leap and pluck the ball at the high point and not wait on the ball. Runs the fly sweep with speed, quickness, and agility. 2013 stats: 128-1730, 13.5 ypr, 16 TD. OSR:1/46. First/second round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-36, SS-3.81).Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35). Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).VVVVOklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).Oklahoma, 6004 194 4.35. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A productive receiver with soft hands and good body control. Will extend and catch the ball away from his body. Sees the ball well and adjusts to the ball in flight. Decisive out of breaks. Gains lateral separation. Will cradle ball as needed. Majors in ten-yard speed outs. Big game versus West Virginia with four touchdown catches. Good football intelligence to line up in a variety of alignments. Can read coverages and adjust routes according to play. Was the feature receiver in the Sooners’ pitch and catch offense. NFL DNA - father Kenny played safety for Green Bay and Minnesota, uncle Gary was a long time linebacker with the Chiefs and Ravens. Needs to elevate his consistency and concentration in his overall game. There are maturity questions and off-field concerns. Too many concentration drops. A solid backup with ascending skills and measurables. May start with developmental time. 2012 stats: 82-959, 11.7 ypr, 11 TD. OSR:10/37. Fourth/fifth round. (A-30 1/2, H-9, VJ-33.5, SS-4.35).Regina (Canada), 6045 318 5.21. Started two years that included 18 games at Regina. A big man with long arms and big hands for the position. Caught evaluators’ attention at the weigh-in at the Shrine Game with his impressive size. Strong enough to push the pocket. Explosive first step quickness. Has experience playing up or down in a two or three point stance. Needs more pass rushing technique. Tries to power rush too often. Relies on his quickness. Needs to work on keeping his pad level down and playing with leverage on the blocks. Lacks the consistent footwork to get leverage. Can improve his recognition on down blocks. Has the size to stay in and stack the block. Good upside based on measurables. Will need pro physical development. Played two years at Sacramento City College before signing with LSU. Was ruled ineligible for impermissible benefits during his recruiting. 2011 stats: 42 tackles, 8 TFL, 6.5 sacks, 2 FF. Edge speed:left 2.16, right 2.59. OSR:25/ 25. Fourth/fifth round. (A-35 1/8, H-10 1/4, BP-26, 10-1.76).Regina (Canada), 6045 318 5.21. Started two years that included 18 games at Regina. A big man with long arms and big hands for the position. Caught evaluators’ attention at the weigh-in at the Shrine Game with his impressive size. Strong enough to push the pocket. Explosive first step quickness. Has experience playing up or down in a two or three point stance. Needs more pass rushing technique. Tries to power rush too often. Relies on his quickness. Needs to work on keeping his pad level down and playing with leverage on the blocks. Lacks the consistent footwork to get leverage. Can improve his recognition on down blocks. Has the size to stay in and stack the block. Good upside based on measurables. Will need pro physical development. Played two years at Sacramento City College before signing with LSU. Was ruled ineligible for impermissible benefits during his recruiting. 2011 stats: 42 tackles, 8 TFL, 6.5 sacks, 2 FF. Edge speed:left 2.16, right 2.59. OSR:25/ 25. Fourth/fifth round. (A-35 1/8, H-10 1/4, BP-26, 10-1.76).     Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP). Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP).Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP). Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP).Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP).Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP).Georgia 6035 346 5.40 Two-year starter who is a junior college transfer. Started seven games as a junior. Only played one year of high school football. Can play in either the 3-4 or 4-3 scheme packages. Powerful at the point of attack. He can stop and stack with the best. Sheds the block quickly, locates, and tackles. Hits the blocker and ball carrier with an explosive force. Pushes the play deep into the backfield. He gives a good effort. Flashes a quick thrust to get control of the blocker. The more he plays, the more feel and awareness he shows. Country strong. Holds his ground. He rotates every third series to keep fresh. Gives effort to run down the field. Good lateral quickness. The backside guard can’t reach him when he’s going play side ‘A’ gap. Good productivity for an inside player with 50 tackles. Plays the best when he’s fresh. May be a rotate or 25-play-a-game guy. Can get turned in the hole if he doesn’t fight pressure. Should be a good backup in his first year. 2012 stats: 50 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 BB, 1 FR. Medical exclusion at Combine - back and left thigh. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 1/2, BP-30, 10-DNP).Texas, 6000 214 4.62. Three-year starter who has also been a special teams’ coverage dynamo since his freshman year. An impact hitter in the open field and on the blitz. Explosive hitter to and through the ball carrier. When tackling he will throw his body at the ball carrier. Anticipates with good reaction, toughs, aggressiveness, and is competitive. Plays at a high level regardless of the opponent. Top end acceleration and speed. Fills the inside running lanes with aggressiveness. On run support he plays off blocks, squares up, and tackles. Physical take on safety who uses his hands, sheds, and stays on his feet. Good timing on blitzes where he pressures the quarterback and is disruptive in the backfield. Instant burst to quarterback. Good body control to work his way through traffic and make a play. Plays at 10 yards deep or walks up and plays nose to nose on the slot. Smooth in his turns. Keeps good position on receivers. Good leaping ability. Goes for the strip. Accepts a challenge. A reactive player who closes quickly on the ball carrier. Plays up in the nickel package. A confident and daring player. May be overly aggressive at times and play out of control as a tackler. Plays faster than timed speed. A first year starter who should provide impact play. 2012 stats: 104 T, 5 PBU, 2 INT, 2 FF, 1 FR. BTR:left 4.51, right 4.50. OSR:8/21. First/second round. (A-32 3/4, H-10, VJ-38, SS-4.06).