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Ourlads' 2021 Final Mock Draft

Updated: 04/29/2021 1:42PM ET

For the benefit of people who are new to OURLADS’ Scouting Services, we wish to clarify our approach to Draft Projections. Our objective is different from just about everyone or every organization that goes through the ‘mock draft’ exercise. We are not working the phones, the Internet, or other ‘connections’ to ‘handicap’ the Draft. Nor do we have any hidden agenda. What we are attempting to do is to slot players based on our ratings, to teams where we feel they best fit. We have enough confidence in our player ratings and the various team needs and direction, to do that. The idea is that players with first round ratings ought to go in the first round, second round players in round two and so forth. We refer to this as ‘clustering.’

Trevor Lawrence*
QB , Clemson
HT: 6055v |  WT: 213v |  40: 4.75e
MY WIFE SELECTED TREVOR AT NUMBER 1 TWO YEARS AGO. Junior from Cartersville, GA. Third year starter who took the country by storm as a freshman in 2018, earning Freshman All-America honors and ending as both a Maxwell and Manning Award finalist. He went on to win the National Championship and winning game-MVP honors. The former number one recruit out of high school has delivered far past the initial expectations for a college program that is in the limelight as much as any. The calm, cool demeanor is on display at all times in the highest of pressure situations. Checks every box as both a passer and athlete in addition to the top-shelf intangibles on and off the field.
Justin Fields*
QB , Ohio State
HT: 6025v |  WT: 228v |  40: 4.46v
HERD MENTALITY SAYS ZACH WILSON. WE LIKE JUSTIN FIELDS FOR THE BIG APPLE. THE JET'S HAVEN'T GOT IT RIGHT SINCE SONNY WERBLIN MADE THE PICK AT QB. Junior from Kennesaw, GA. Two year starter for the Buckeyes after transfer from Georgia. Fields put on a balanced display of both arm and mobility in his two seasons as a starter. He is calm and cool under pressure. He has a quick release and can put the ball on a rope. Puts a nice touch on his deep ball and is a very calculated and smart risk taker. He protects the ball and knows when to tuck and run. Brings above average power and strength to the position that benefits him well against pass rushers and tacklers
Mac Jones*
QB , Alabama
HT: 6025v |  WT: 217v |  40: 4.83V
HAND IN GLOVE FIT FOR KYLE SHANAHAN'S OFFENSE. From Jacksonville, Fla. Showcased a strong Tide career into a solid week in Mobile at the Senior Bowl. Sudden to read and react. Processed information quickly and demonstrated a quick synapse from his brain to his hand. Quick release. When he sees an open receiver he anticipates the window and cuts it loose. Gets the ball out on time. Had no problem during Senior Bowl week learning new terminology and was a leader throughout the week. Good feet in the pocket. Nice touch on fade and swing routes.
Kyle Pitts*
TE , Florida
HT: 6055v |  WT: 245v |  40: 4.44v
POSSIBLE TRADE OUT POSITION. FALCONS MAY ALSO DRAFT QB OF FUTURE. Junior from Philadelphia, PA. Two year starter who is coming off a first-team All SEC sophomore campaign. A rare specimen that is a true matchup nightmare, Pitts has the body and straight line speed of a receiver but the kind of length that almost nobody can match up against. He has rare bend and agility for a player this tall and it shows up in 50/50 situations which is closer to 80/20 in his favor more often than not. 2020 Mackey Award (nation’s top tight end), as his impact as a blocker is minimal at best. Even with that, he has offense-changing traits that will be sought after by every NFL tight end coach.
Penei Sewell*
OT , Oregon
HT: 6047V |  WT: 331V |  40: 5.10V
POSSIBLE JA'MARR CHASE SELECTION. BENGALS MUST DECIDE-TACKLE OR WR AT 38, THERE WILL BE A GOOD WR OR OT THERE. Junior from Malaeimi, American Samoa. Two year starter who opted out of the 2020 season. The 2019 Outland Trophy Award and Morris Trophy Award winner has been destined for the top 10 of the NFL draft since his freshman season. He is a powerful and explosive dancing bear who has the credible potential to end up as one of the best offensive tackles in the game. Shows great patience because of his well-earned confidence to win the battle once he is engaged with the defender. Has the quick adjustment speed to wait until the pass rusher reveals his plans and the anchor to put himself into the ground and not let up an inch. He is a wall on the outside that simply doesn’t lose one on-one and doesn’t get penalized.
6. Miami Dolphins f/Phi
Ja'Marr Chase*
WR , LSU
HT: 6003v |  WT: 201v |  40: 4.38v
DOLPHINS WILL GET A PRO BOWL PLAYER HERE WHOEVER THEY DECIDE ON. Junior entry from Harvey, Louisiana. Two-year starter that opted out of 2020 altogether. 2019 Biletnikoff Award winner after a record setting sophomore campaign where he totaled 20 touchdowns and 1,780 yards.. Chase is a competitive and physical receiver that attacks the ball and will create on his own after the catch. He plays the game with a bruising running back’s mentality. While his skill set as a receiver, in particular route running and release techniques, will need improvement, there is a lot to his game that will help a NFL offense right away. Chase is machine when he is near the ball in the red zone. Strong hands will make a difference early on. He projects as a year one starter from both inside and outside receiver positions. Although on some teams Chase is not being paid to block, however he could show more effort away from the play.
Jaylen Waddle*
WR/RS, Alabama
HT: 5100V |  WT: 182V |  40: 4.35e
SWEET SPOT FOR A TRADE IF THE LIONS CHOOSE TO DO SO. LOOK FOR A POSSIBLE SPIELMAN BROTHER DEAL. Junior from Houston, TX. Explosive two year starter who has been a key playmaker on one of the top offenses in the country. The 2018 SEC Freshman of the Year averaged just under 20 yards per catch in his first season. He came back even stronger as a sophomore on special teams, averaging a stunning 24+ yards per return with another touchdown while adding an additional score as a kick returner. Waddle had to compete for snaps with past and future first round picks at receiver, but he remained one of the most dynamic threats in college with the ball in his hands. He is a big play waiting to happen and can create something out of nothing
Zach Wilson*
QB , Brigham Young
HT: 6021v |  WT: 221v |  40: 4.85e
POSSIBLE TRADE AREA. PANTHERS WOULD ALSO LOVE A OT OR CB. Three year starter from Draper, Utah. Voted MVP in the last three Cougar Bowl games. The slender framed passer plays in a spread offense where the plays are signaled in from the sideline. He has a quick release and pin point accuracy. Athletic and mobile Wilson has excellent movement skills as well as foot quickness to avoid or escape the rush. He has the ability to extend plays on the move both right and left. Can reset his body with balance to make quick throws. Hangs and steps up in the pocket. He has a feeling for timing and anticipation. Throws a catchable ball. There are legitimate questions about shoulder injuries and competition level.
Trey Lance*
QB , North Dakota State
HT: 6040v |  WT: 227v |  40: 4.65e
BRONCOS JUST PICKED UP BRIDGEWATER TO COMPETE WITH LOCK . NO EFFECT IF LANCE IS THERE.Third year sophomore from Marshall, MN. Opted out in 2020 sans one game vs Central Arkansas. One year starter who is coming off a 2019 All-America campaign as he led the Bison to an undefeated (16-0), national championship season. He won the Jerry Rice Freshman of the Year Award and was also the first freshman ever to win the Walter Payton Award. His stretch of 287 pass attempts without an interception in addition to 1,100 yards/14 touchdowns on the ground scream upside and potential across multiple facets. Lance is big and athletic with superb footwork and an accurate downfield ball. Plays a really clean game and even though he is inexperienced, his ceiling is as high as any in this group
Patrick Surtain II*
CB , Alabama
HT: 6020v |  WT: 210v |  40: 4.42v
COWBOYS MUST DECIDE SURTAIN OR HORN. NO BAD CHOICE. Junior entry from Plantation, Florida. Three-year starter that began his career as a rare true freshman starter at cornerback when looking back at the Nick Saban era. He went on to start 38 straight games. Son of former NFL cornerback Patrick Surtain. Like his father, the young pedigree plays with outstanding strength and aggression. He has the size and physical brand that can take over and dominate receivers on the outside. He is a starting caliber cornerback right.
Jaycee Horn*
CB , South Carolina
HT: 6005V |  WT: 206V |  40: 4.40V
GIANTS GET A PRO BOWL CORNER OR WADDLE IF HE FALLS. PARSONS MAY BE OUT OF IT. Junior entry from Alpharetta, Georgia. Well built three-year starter. Good size and length. Opted out of the 2020 season after 7 games. On a short list of true freshmen that have started at South Carolina. From day one, has been an impressive and important part to the Gamecocks defense. Physical defender, capable of taking on a big receiver and beating him to the ball. Good ball skills, instincts, and downhill explosiveness. Sticks his foot in the ground and drives on the ball. Attacks the ball in the air .Wrap up tackler.
DeVonta Smith
WR , Alabama
HT: 6000v |  WT: 166v |  40: 4.45e
PHILLY SAW TWO CBS DISAPPEAR. WADDLE MOST LIKELY GONE. THE HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER BRINGS HELP AND SPLASH. JALEN HURTS WELCOMES OLD TEAMMATE. Senior entry from Amite, Louisiana. Three-year contributor in a wide receiver room that was stacked with first round talent. Two time All American and 2020 Heisman Trophy. Left Alabama as the program and SEC conference’s all-time leader in receiving touchdowns with 43. He also set the school record for career receiving yards. Smith led the country in catches, yards, yards after catch, and touchdowns as a senior while adding even more production as a punt returner. Simply put, Smith put together one of the most dominant seasons in the history of college football. The former five-star recruit was always highly regarded but there was only one ball to go around the previous three years in an offense that was hosting multiple first round talents all over the place. His body type may give initial concern to some, but Smith is as tough and competitive as they come and it is refreshing to see him couple that with a pure blue collar approach. He is all business, all about winning. That combined with his elite burst in and out of breaks, sticky hands, and ability to create after the catch can make him an elite feature receiver at the next level.
Rashawn Slater
OT , Northwestern
HT: 6042v |  WT: 304v |  40: 4.88v
CHARGERS CAN'T BELIEVE THEIR LUCK. PLUG AND START LOT. Senior from Sugarland, TX. Fourth year starter at offensive tackle who earned All Big 10 honors each of the past two seasons. Slater is the son of Reginald Slater, a former NBA player. He brings that kind of dancing-bear footwork to the table that is on full display as a superb outside pass blocker. Will likely make the move inside because of length concerns. He will need some time to add more power to his anchor, but his impact will be best felt in a zone scheme where he can really slide his feet and adjust with ease. He is such a smooth and easy mover that pass protection against athletic-based rushers should come natural right away. Strong pro day workout Hands 10 1/2, Arm 33", BJ 9-4,Bench Press 33/225, Short Shuttle a super 4.45, 10-1.68 Three cone 7.48
Kwity Paye
DE/DT, Michigan
HT: 6034V |  WT: 272V |  40: 4.57V
ASCENDING PASS RUSHER & 4 POSITION PLAYER. VIKINGS WILL GRAB AN OT AT 78/90 OR TRADE. Senior from Providence, RI. Three year starter who began to blossom as a junior, flashing a versatile skill set stemming from top shelf burst and power. The former high school state champion long jumper carries a thick, well proportioned, chiseled frame with no bad weight. He shows tremendous movement both in tight windows and in the open field. His pro-caliber hand techniques and easy leverage make him a dual edge rushing threat that can burst up field and bend the right corner as easily as run right through the blocker with a strong bull rush. He can change his spots on demand and fits into every edge role that exists. Has experience on the edge as well as down inside with the grass grabbers. A raw talent that will be drafted more on upside than production.
Caleb Farley*
CB , Virginia Tech
HT: 6010V |  WT: 207V |  40: 4.45e
MAY NOT BE HERE IF HE PASSES ONE TEAM'S PHYSICAL BEFORE 15. PATS WANT A QB IF TRADE OR GAROPPOLO AVAILABLE. Fourth year junior entry from Maiden, North Carolina. A two-year starter that opted out of the 2020 season. Farley was a high school quarterback that initially tried his hand at wide receiver in 2017 before tearing his ACL, leading to a redshirt. He came back in 2018, made the transition to cornerback, and started the next two seasons. Farley’s top shelf height, length, and long speed make him a very attractive prospect for any scheme in the NFL.
Greg Newsome II*
CB , Northwestern
HT: 6000v |  WT: 192v |  40: 4.39v
CARDINALS WANT A CORNERBACK IN THE 1ST ROUND. Junior entry, two year starter, Chicago, IL. A lengthy athletic prospect that checks most of the boxes of an elite corner at the next level. An intelligent zone defender with experience in a variety of technique and coverage. As a hard corner he can reroute or just react at the snap creating misreads for receivers. Adept at balancing routes and reading the delivery key both in Cover 2 and 3. Excellent lateral movement to cover ground and close voids in zones. Solid press corner he uses his length to jam and disrupt routes at the line. In off coverage he has a low fluid pedal and easily changes speeds to maintain cushion. Smooth in transition he times his turn and run along with his speed to stay in phase on vertical routes. No wasted movement changing directions.
Micah Parsons*
LB , Penn State
HT: 6020v |  WT: 245v |  40: 4.36v
VALUE PICK FOR RAIDERS. DT,OT/OG, CB. ARE ALSO ON THE TABLE. Junior from Harrisburg, PA. Two year starter who opted out of the 2020 season. Has been setting records since the day he stepped onto the field. He led the team in tackles in 2018, the first time a true freshman did that in program history. Won the 2019 Big 10 ButkusFitzgerald Linebacker of the Year Award, the first true sophomore in Big 10 history to do so. The versatile defensive weapon can do a lot of damage as an edge rusher on passing downs but he can be just as effective against the run both inside and outside the tackles. He has a nose for the ball and a knack for coming up with big plays in big situations.
Azeez Ojulari*
Edge , Georgia
HT: 6022v |  WT: 249v |  40: 4.56v
SCHEME FIT. ASCENDING HELL BENT FOR LEATHER PASS RUSHER. OT OR RB AT 36. Third year sophomore entry from Marietta, Georgia. A two-year starter that led the SEC in tackles for loss and sacks in 2020, a year after leading the Bulldogs in sacks and pressures. The hell bent for leather pressure player is a mature, hardworking player that gets the most out of his talents. He won team-awards for most improved player in 2019 as well as one for his efforts during the offseason strength and conditioning program. A team captain. A high-end talent that can be used in multiple ways for a defense. His game really started to blossom as the 2020 season came to a close. He finished with 5 sacks over his last 3 games. An ascending player.
Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah*
LB , Notre Dame
HT: 6014V |  WT: 221v |  40: 4.48e
ANOTHER PIECE TO A AWESOME DEFENSIVE PUZZLE. Fourth year junior entry. Two-year starter from talent hot bed Hampton, Virginia. A former high school safety that played an ultra-hybrid role at Notre Dame. He led the Fighting Irish in tackles over the past two seasons while adding 24.5 TFL, 7 sacks, 7 pass break ups, and 5 forced fumbles. His versatility within his skill set matches what is seen in the box score. This is a player that can line up in multiple spots based on what the opposing offense is showing and make an impact on any matchups. While there are some issues namely his ability to stop the inside run. A hand in glove fit for the new mold of defensive schemes looking for a hybrid defender that can stay on the field every down. An impact talent.
Christian Darrisaw*
OT , Virginia Tech
HT: 6050V |  WT: 315V |  40: 5.30e
BEARS MAY TRY TO TRADE UP FOR QB BUT ITY'S A LONG WAY TO TRAVEL. TEVEN JENKINS IS AN OPTION AS IS A WR. Junior entry from Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Two-year starter. Checks a lot of boxes when it comes to size, athletic ability, and body control. He is rarely found off balance or losing his base. Gets on his man and sticks to him like a magnet. That initial hand placement combined with such a stable and twitchy lower half can enable him to mirror defenders. Has true strength and power.
Jaelan Phillips*
DE/OB, Miami
HT: 6050V |  WT: 266v |  40: 4.58v
FILLS A MAJOR NEED FOR COLT DEFENSE. BIG TIME PASS RUSHER. Fourth year junior from Redlands, California. Two-year starter that split his time between UCLA and Miami. Phillips’ early years were marred by injuries to both ankles before a serious wrist injury suffered off the field in a traffic accident that required multiple surgeries. He also sustained multiple concussions at UCLA where some doctors urged him to retire. Phillips was out of the game for a few months with the mindset that his career might be over. He then transferred to Miami, sat out all of 2019 while getting his body back together and awaiting medical clearance. He then went on to break out in the shortened 2020 season, showing real life glimpse of what many thought he could be. Phillips showed some inconsistency early on, but there may not have been a more dominant edge player in the country down the stretch. Over his final 4 games, he finished with 11 TFL and 6.5 sacks. He appears to have turned a corner when it comes to his maturity and showed what he can actually do on the field just in time. Phillips is an every down defender capable of being a dominant force if he keeps focused and his body healthy.
Rashod Bateman*
WR , Minnesota
HT: 6003v |  WT: 190v |  40: 4.43v
TITANS LIKE ELIJAH MOORE TOO AFTER LOSING COREY DAVIS AND ADAM HUMPHRIES. Junior entry from Tifton, GA. Three-year starter who has been rewriting Minnesota’s receiving record book. The 2019 Big 10’s Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year Award and end up as a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award. Has the ideal size, straight line speed, and ball skills to be considered a downfield threat at the next level. In addition, he is a factor after the catch because of his competitive streak and strong, but loose lower half. He brings big play potential every time he steps foot onto the field. He is a guy who doesn’t need to be found in wide open space in order to make things happen, as he can create on his own.
23. New York Jets f/Sea
Asante Samuel Jr.*
CB , Florida State
HT: 5101v |  WT: 180v |  40: 4.41v
FILLS BIG JET NEED. THEY WILL GRAB A RB AT 34. MAYBE JAVONTE WILLIAMS ? Solid in a variety of technique he’s at his best in off-man. Uses short quick steps in his pedal to maintain cushion. Easily changes speed in pedal and is fluid in all transitions. As a press corner is most often reactive rather than trying to jam at the line. Rarely gives up leverage. Sticks his man close when mirroring cuts along with the speed to stay with deep vertical routes. He has outstanding eye discipline focusing on a receiver. Sudden to cutoff route breaks and break on short throws in front of him. Has an uncanny ability to get the inside hand to the catch point driving on the ball. Very productive breaking up passes as his quickness gets him to a lot of balls. Lacks great size but not afraid to mix it up with bigger receivers. Solid fundamental tackling skill he drives into tackles with knee bend.
Najee Harris
RB , Alabama
HT: 6017v |  WT: 230v |  40: 4.55e
HARRIS TAKES THE PRESSURE OFF OF BIG BEN. Senior from Antioch, CA. Two year starter from a program that rotates top tier players in the backfield as much as any program in the country. Harris is the next running back in line from Alabama that will be NFL ready week one. He is a powerful back between the tackles that brings outstanding contact balance and power to the table. Often brings aggression in an interaction with the defense. He can simply wear a defense out by himself with his relentless, ongoing forward lean and push. Can press the line of scrimmage and come out the other side. Excellent vision. Outstanding sure hands. Lines up all over the formation. A good blocker that is an every-down threat.
Zaven Collins*
LB , Tulsa
HT: 6047V |  WT: 259v |  40: 4.66v
BIG BAD LBER FILLS NEED. Three year starter from Hominy OK. Showed remarkable improvement in 2020 to become a complete player with ideal size for a linebacker. Versatile prospect he has played inside and outside in a 3-3 Stack. Instinctive with run reads he gets downhill quickly fitting inside gaps. Will take an open window with no hesitation and has made several big plays in the backfield. Downhill reactions often resemble inside blitzes. Quick with his hands he can slip blocks on the move. He moves well laterally and can quickly redirect reacting to cutbacks or adjusting to a bounce outside by a running back.
Greg Rousseau*
DE , Miami
HT: 6060v |  WT: 260v |  40: 4.68v
CLOWNEY IS ON A 1 YEAR DEAL. YOU CAN'T HAVE ENOUGH PASS RUSHERS. INSIDE OR OUTSIDE. Third year sophomore from Coconut Creek, FL. One year starter who opted out of the 2020 season, giving him just 15 games on his college record. 2019 ACC Rookie of the Year in a season that saw him lead the conference in both tackles for loss and sacks.Has the tools and talent but there is still a lot of development to undergo. NFL coaches will look at this physically gifted, long and lean athlete and see immediate upside . The lack of college experience will demand extra screening by the scouts and decision makers, but there is no denying the rare upside he brings to the table. This combination of tools doesn’t come around often.
Trevon Moehrig*
FS , TCU
HT: 6005V |  WT: 202v |  40: 4.52v
CORNERS STRONG BUT A PLAY MAKING SAFETY HELPS THE DEFENSE. PASS RUSHER COMES LATER. Two year starter from Spring Branch, TX. At his best in deep zones with outstanding range and ball skills. Quick diagnosing and balancing route combinations, his fluid transitions put him in position to make a play. Adept at seeing receivers and reading the quarterback delivery key. He can get over the top or move laterally to challenge a catch. Sudden to react on the throw he is physical getting to the catch point. Solid hands for high pointing interceptions and breaking up passes. Excellent range gets him to a lot of plays. He tracks well moving downhill and is a willing tackler in run support. He still needs to develop in some areas but has the tools of a quality NFL safety.
Eric Stokes*
CB , Georgia
HT: 6005v |  WT: 194v |  40: 4.31v
THE SAINTS WANT A CORNER IN THE WORSE WAY. TRADE UP?
STOKES IS AN ASCENDING SPEEDSTER Has the length, speed and agility which are attributes coveted at corner in the NFL. Primarily used as a press corner he used a variety of technique including press and jam, press and react, and press and bail. At times when bailing he would collision a few yards up field. He made it tough on receivers to get a clean release. As a zone defender was a deep outside corner often bailing from press. Rarely gives up leverage in press and can ride a receiver on a slant using length to break up the pass. Fluid hips allow him to easily turn and run on a vertical outside release. Has the speed to stay in phase up the field and stay on the hip of a receiver. Mirror ability is outstanding as he keeps focus on the receiver and plays the hands with the ball in the air.
Elijah Moore*
WR , Mississippi
HT: 5094v |  WT: 178v |  40: 4.35v
THE PACKERS HAVEN'T HAD AN EXPLOSIVE SLOT PLAYER LIKE THIS SINCE RANDALL COBB. RONDALE MOORE IS ALSO IN THE MIX. MAYBE TONEY? The kind of playmaker who uses his lack of ideal size to his advantage in multiple ways. His stutter step quickness and burst are elite both as a ball carrier and route runner. He is a hard guy to touch, let alone wrap arms around and get to the ground. Has elite balance and vision which makes his ability to play with different gears downright dangerous. Projects as a slot at the next level that needs to get 7-10 touches per week whether it is in the passing game or on jet sweeps/reverses. Also adds potential return value. A scary player for the opposing defense to try and catch in the open field. Has limitations stemming from his size but can be a lethal weapon if used correctly. Can change direction while moving at his full rate of speed. Shows sharp and decisive running with the ball.
Travis Etienne
RB , Clemson
HT: 5101v |  WT: 215v |  40: 4.45v
THE BILLS WILL TAKE THE BEST PLAYER ON THEIR BOARD. MAY ADD A STUD TO BACKFIELD STABLE OF YOUNG BACKS. Senior from Jennings, LA. Four year starter who i Has been rewriting the Clemson rushing record book and leaves the program as one of its more historic producers. Etienne is a yards-after contact machine who runs with top shelf balance and stability. He shows the right blend of patience and aggression. He understands what the defense is trying to do and what angles he can take advantage of. Has grown as a pass catcher over the past two seasons and also has experience as a returner. Etienne is one of the most explosive and productive players on one top programs in the country.
Alijah Vera-Tucker*
OG , USC
HT: 6044v |  WT: 308v |  40: 5.25v
RAVENS CAN'T BELIEVE THIS FUTURE PRO BOWL PLAYER FELL TO THEM. HE CAN PLAY ROT OR GUARD. Fourth year junior from Oakland, California. Two-year starter. Winner of the 2020 Morris Trophy( voted as the best blocker by the Pac-12's defensive linemen.) Tucker made the move from guard to left tackle this past season, proving to be an equally effective talent at both spots. That kind of versatility and consistent production will weigh a lot for teams that have multiple question marks along their offensive line. Vera-Tucker is a nasty, powerful off the ball blocker that will stifle defenders and stick to them with active feet. He can mirror his man while playing a strong, effective game. He can rightfully grade out both inside and outside, but his ideal spot will be at guard. He has shown a few leverage and control issues when he is far into open space. He should be a starter as a rookie and a guy that sticks around for a decade-plus.
Christian Barmore*
DT , Alabama
HT: 6041v |  WT: 310v |  40: 4.95v
THE TOP DT LANDS IN THE SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS LAP. SUH WILL HELP HIM MATURE. A rotational front defender for the Tide from Philadelphia, PA. A big thick man who finished out 2020 with strong performances . A raw talent who is a tackle to tackle run defender. Can hold the point and plays with strength and power in the run game. A bull rusher who presses the pocket and gets his hands up to make the quarterback throw from a well. Has a quick arm over move to disrupt in the backfield. A penetrator who explodes up the field and runs to the perimeter. Good change of direction despite playing a little tall. Times the snap to beat the blocker. Tough to block when he is on the edge of a blocker. Has some versatility to his game. Can play on the nose, a 4-3 tackle, or a 3-4 five technique. Reacts quickly to blocking angles and schemes.