2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JAYLON FERGUSON: Louisiana Tech, 6050 259 4.75. Fifth year senior and three year starter from St. Francisville, LA. First-team All Conference USA the past three seasons. Ranks number one overall on the career sacks list, passing Terrell Suggs during his last game. The 2018 Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year award winner brings an elevated skill set to the table along with the mentality every defensive coach wants to work with. He is a strong and powerful bully who can play a subtle finesse game when needed. While the jump in competition can make things slow for him at the start, Ferguson has the kind of upside and aggression that will make things happen in the pros. Just give him time. Strong and powerful arms with a frame that will easily hold more weight. Plays like his opponent stole his lunch years ago and he is out for revenge. Assertive with his hands, initiates contact and takes control. Understands angles and deceiving blockers into lunging after him. Shows good adjustments and reactions. Developed rush moves. Can win several ways and knows how to finish. Excellent closing speed and plays hungry. Intense in pursuit and will wrap defenders up. Excellent, consistent production throughout his entire career even though he got loads of attention from opposing offenses. The initial upfield burst is average at best. He won’t put a lot of pro blockers on their heels initially. Rounded turns and doesn’t always sustain proper pad level. Could use more power out of his legs, gets too top heavy and dependent on his hands. Loses track of angles against the run, needs to stay home and fill lanes harder. 2018 stats: 64 T, 26 TFL, 17.5 sacks, 3 PBU, 9 QBH, 2 FF. Not invited to Combine. Second/third round. (A-34 1/4, H-8 1/2, BP-24, 10-DNP).