What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about GRANT DELPIT before he made the Cleveland Browns' Depth Chart: LSU, 6024 213 4.50. Junior entry, three-year starter, Houston, TX. First-team all-conference and second-team All-America. Excellent size for the position. Has been used in a variety of coverage in multiple spots on the field. Has excelled in both deep coverage and playing in the box or on the edge. Teams have to account for where he is on the field. Explosive in run support with big hits. Can drop ball carriers in their tracks. Makes quick adjustments in space and normally gathers and finishes tackles. Outstanding range in pursuit and coverage. Always around the ball. Transitions well flipping his hips in deep coverage or driving on the throw. Has match up skill and can cover a slot receiver or tight end up the field. Smart defender with vision to see the quarterback and receivers in zone coverage. Positions well versus multiple routes in a zone. Makes plays on the ball with hands for the interception and pass break. Gets his hands to the catch point and can out-fight a receiver for the ball. Effective blitzing from inside or outside with good anticipation at the snap. Has made plays in the backfield versus the run and chasing the quarterback. While a big hitter, his tackling was inconsistent last fall. There was an inordinate amount of missed and ankle tackles as he had some trouble wrapping up due to his ankle injury. This was the only obvious issue over his career but will have to be addressed by any team considering him. His skill set is something that should be coveted by an NFL team in any scheme. 2019 stats: 65 T, 4.5 TFL, 2 sacks, 7 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FF, 2 INT. No Combine workout-his choice. First round. (A-30 3/8, H-9 1/8, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).