2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JORDAN EVANS: Oklahoma, 6027 232 4.51. Three-year starter from Norman, OK. Was second on the team in tackles in both 2014 and 2015 before leading the Sooners last fall. Was first-team All-Big 12 in 2016 and second-team in 2015. Returned two interceptions for touchdowns. Against Baylor, he was the first Sooner ever to record two sacks and two interceptions in the same game. Superior athlete for the position. Excellent straight line speed that allows him to make tackles all over the field. Often found near the action. Athleticism carries him to production. Violent and forceful on contact. Plays with bad intentions. A wrap up tackler. Excels in coverage with great anticipation and reactions to the ball. Can factor in both man and zone coverage schemes. Stiff hips. Doesn’t have the agility to match his straight line burst and explosion. Plays too high, an easy target for blockers. Fails to read linemen. Lacks instincts and natural flow to the action, takes too long to make his decisions. Easily fooled. Overly reliant on speed. Has a hard time getting off blocks. The leader of the Sooners’ defense was a big time high school running back as well. His athleticism is more than noteworthy, as his ability gets him involved in the action often. He is a reaction-based player who can beat blockers and ball carriers to a spot, but has struggled to show he can anticipate running lanes and read blockers. Will need to start off as a special teamer, where he could excel, while he develops the mental side of the game. If he can do that, he has a very high ceiling. Pro day numbers: 38.5/ VJ, 9-11/BJ, 7.01/3 cone. 2016 stats: 98 T, 10 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 4 INT, 1 FF, 8 PBU. Not invited to Combine. Sixth/seventh round. (A-NA, H-NA, BP-19, SS-4.22).