2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JAQUISKI TARTT: Samford, 6013 220 4.53. Three-year starter from Mobile, AL. A small college safety who controls the back end and gets people lined up. He played mostly two deep free safety, single high safety, and nickel corner. Only played one year of high school football. Breaks quickly on the ball and wraps up tackles or will occasionally cut tackle. A downhill safety who is good in run support and uses his hands well to ward off and make tackles close to the line of scrimmage. Instinctive enough to get into good position to make plays versus pass in zone coverage. Long arms and big hands for the position. A big safety who will hit you but has enough athletic ability to tackle in the open field. Good football intelligence to key and diagnose. A hard worker who competes. Plays with good leverage to be a man cover safety. Soft hands to pluck the ball away from his body. Has a chance to make an NFL team with his size, smarts, and physical play. Should compete on all special teams’ coverage units. Needs more work on his down the field mechanics playing the ball. Has some hip stiffness that slows him down to close on the ball. Gets exposed in man-to-man coverage versus athletic tight ends and running backs. 2014 stats: 62 T, 1 INT, 1 PBU. Did not finish all drills, injured left hand. OSR:4/19. Third/ fourth round. (A-32 5/8, H-10 1/8, VJ-33, SS-4.29).