2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JAMEL DEAN: Auburn, 6010 206 4.29. Red-shirt junior entry and two year starter from Cocoa, FL. Transfer from Ohio State after the 2014 season. Sat out 2015 and was injured in 2016. Has size and speed for the position that has had scouts working overtime studying him since he declared. Has experience in a variety of coverage and technique. At his best as a press corner. Physical with a two hand or off-hand jam. Will change up technique and react to movement at the line. Can lock a receiver out on the sideline. Consistent reactions with foot quickness and mirror ability at the line. Ignores the first move away from his leverage. Has the speed to stay in phase up the field. As a hard corner is solid rerouting receivers and sinking underneath outside cuts. Lateral agility to close voids in underneath zones. In off coverage shows a fluid turn and run. Can stay in phase up the field. When in phase disrupts receiver’s route breaks and on vertical routes is adept at challenging the catch point. Solid ball skills. Shows a burst to recover and has some pass break up from behind in catch up mode. Willing in run support and can be physical on a stalk block. Can be late to react to the run moving forward. As an off-corner tends to be upright in his pedal and cushion can break down too easily. Has been a solid special team player in kick coverage. Multiple knee surgeries raises some concern. 2018 stats: 30 T, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 9 PBU, 2 INT. BTR:left 4.74, right 5.09. OSR:1/33. Third/fourth round. (A-31 3/4, H-9 1/8, VJ-41, SS-4.21).