2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JERRY TILLERY: Notre Dame, 6064 295 4.97. Three-year starter from Shreveport, LA. A former high school offensive tackle who was highly touted on that side of the ball, Tillery made the move to the defensive side right away at Notre Dame. After some questionable character hiccups early in his career, he grew up and molded himself into a fine and potentially elite prospect. He is a really unique blend of tools and skills that don’t come around often. Finished his career as an All-American, causing plenty of disruption as a pass rusher, run defender, and on special teams. He is the kind of defender who can simply beat quality offensive linemen even when they do everything right because he has such a physical advantage. The path he has been on since the start of 2017 and the progression he has shown is on the path to stardom. A Greek God when it comes to his body and towering presence over everyone else on the field. Height, weight, length, and muscle mass are all near top tier. Despite the long limbs, always plays with proper leverage. Generates a ton of power right away from a standstill. Gets his hands on first with what appears to be a head of steam after just a few steps. Shows late and subtle movement following the blocker’s lunge, causing misbalance and weak contact. Knows what to do when engaged, plus-technique to free himself from engagement. Constant hustle and rare speed combined with his elite length make him a very rangy player. Easy mover in space. Will make plays and get around the action far away from the point of attack. Strong finisher that will let you know he is the one that hit you. Lower body will always be vulnerable to hits and cut blocks. 2018 stats: 30 T, 10.5 TFL, 8 sacks, 5 QBH, 3 FF, 2 BK. Edge speed:left 2.22, right 2.21. OSR:4/21. First/second round. (A-34 1/4, H-10 5/8, BP-23, 10-1.74).