2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DEANDRE HOUSTON-CARSON: William & Mary, 6006 201 4.53. Four-year starter and team captain from Woodford, VA. Only the third player in program history to earn consensus All-America honors. The Colonial Conference co-Defensive Player of the Year. Fluid hips with good range in deep coverage. Demonstrates good zone awareness playing the deep routes and reacting up quickly on the short patterns. Breaks quickly on the ball. Gets downhill with a sense of urgency in run support. Tracks and adjusts well on the move. Good man-to-man skills. Covers a lot of ground. Throws his body around on run support. Cuts the legs out from under the ball carrier or runs through the ball carrier. Was formerly an all-conference corner who was moved to safety to take advantage of his instincts and tackling ability. Has corner caliber coverage skills when it comes to hip movement and footwork. Senior Bowl notes: Active and aggressive on the ball. Physical in the box. Stepped up to the competition at the Senior Bowl. Takes good angles and has disciplined eyes. Good tackler. Reminds our scouts of Adrian Amos from Penn State, now a Chicago Bear. May lack the closing speed to run an NFL receiver down from behind and should bulk up to support his style of play. Will contribute in a big way on all special teams’ coverage units. 2015 stats: 109 T, 4.5 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF, 4 INT, 3 PBU, 2 BK. BTR:left 4.66, right 4.73. OSR:13/17. Fifth/sixth round. (A-30 1/8, H-9 1/8, VJ-32.5, SS-4.28).