2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about AVERY MOSS: Youngstown State, 6033 264 4.85. One year as a fulltime starter. Started 20 of 41 games. From Tempe, AZ. Began his career at Nebraska with a strong red-shirt freshman campaign. He was then dismissed from the school for an off field incident and quickly transferred to Youngstown State, who was coached by Bo Pelini, the head coach at Nebraska when Moss was originally recruited there. He caught fire again in 2016, earning first-team All- Missouri Valley Conference honors. Strong and long frame. Very strong lower body with explosive straight line traits. Can get into a blocker and grab his way off a block. Strong and active hands. Pursues hard and finishes when near the action. Disruptive, behind the line of scrimmage defender. Has the flexibility to play low. Productive against the run and pass. Inconsistent pad level and overall technique. Needs to pay more attention to detail. Doesn’t show the quick twitch when approaching the blocker. Needs more late movement. Doesn’t attack his man with a plan. He has a combination of tools that coaches will want to work with at the next level. Can fit into most schemes on the edge. Shrine Game notes: Works to quarterback and gets a good leverage push off the edge. Breaks quickly on a thrown pass to get in on the downfield action. He got work inside at defensive tackle as well as defensive end due to the practice injury situation. Quick step up the field. 2016 stats: 59 T, 17.5 TFL, 11 sacks, 4 FF. Edge speed:left 1.94, right 2.18. OSR:28/55. Sixth/seventh round. (A-34 1/2, H-10 3/8, BP-14, 10-1.68).