2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHASE WINOVICH: Michigan, 6026 256 4.65. Fifth year senior and two year starter from Jefferson Hills, PA. Two time first-team All Big 10 and capped his career with an All-America campaign in 2018. Winovich was “the other guy” on that Michigan defensive line over the past two years, with much of the attention being on teammate Rashan Gary, but it was Winovich who led the Wolverines in tackles for loss. He doesn’t have the ideal body or frame for the NFL trenches right now, but his style of play and well-balanced attack will translate to at least a base-level of success in the NFL. Motors like this combined with technique and quickness trend well at the next level. Wiry but athletic frame capable of bending with ease. Can twist, turn, and torque his body to fit through small windows. Has a quick twitch and the ability to make himself small and slippery to blockers. Shows late, subtle movement based on how the blocker approaches him. Smart and aware. Has enough straight line burst to put the blocker on his heels. Good hand-work that has been developed over the years into an automatic, on-call tool that he knows how and when to use. Takes pride in being an effective run defender. A sparkplug that creates energy with his presence on the field. Effort switch is always on. See ball-get ball mentality any time he has the helmet strapped on between the lines. The frame needs more bulk, as he just doesn’t have the juice behind the contact made with blockers. 2018 stats: 69 T, 17 TFL, 5 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH. Edge speed:left 2.41, right 2.17. OSR:14/31. Third/fourth round. (A-32 3/4, H-10, BP-18, 10-1.62).