2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DORIAN O'DANIEL: Clemson, 6005 223 4.61. One-year starter from Olney, MD. Undersized prospect with good athletic ability. Played an outside linebacker position lined up in space. More of a hybrid. Chases well and has solid fundamental tackling skill. Take-on ability versus a slot and plays the perimeter run with athletic lateral movement. Tough to get around. Very good in zone coverage. Physical with reroute on a slot and flips his hips to stay underneath intermediate cuts in the short zones. Reacts well to the quarterback and receivers. Quick break on the ball. Shows a burst as an edge blitzer and has been productive making plays behind the line. Can get locked up by a bigger blocker as he will play tall losing knee bend. Quick slot receivers give him trouble in match-up coverage as he can be separated on a double move. He is a ‘tweener’ who lacks the athletic ability of a safety and the size and strength of a linebacker. He will be limited to a sub package player at the next but his skill set is needed. He is also outstanding in special teams’ play having made several tackles on coverage teams. He has a shot to make a roster as a special team specialist and sub package linebacker. 2017 stats: 88 T, 11.5 TFL, 5 sacks, 5 PBU, 4 QBH, 2 INT. OSR:6/17. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 1/8, H-9, BP-21, SS-4.07).