2014 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about Ra'Shede Hageman: Minnesota, 6057 310 4.97. Two-year starter and appeared in an additional 20 games. Has more passes broken up (9) than most defensive backs. The angular tackle does a good job of getting his hands up in the throwing lane. When he bends his knees and plays low he has the power to knock a guard on their tail. Had an interception after dropping back into coverage. He may be relegated to nose tackle inside push duty because he plays so high. Many of his best plays come when he is on the move angling or on a twist stunt. Flashes ability to be a next level contributor. Long arms to bench press blockers. Very agile and nimble for a guy his size. Passionate player who plays with anger. More crafty using his athleticism rather than strength. A bit of a late bloomer who has shown flashes on tape of sheer dominance at the point of attack. When his pad level is right and he fires out of his stance he creates a new line of scrimmage whenever he wants. He plays high and can get blocked out of the hole in the running game. A one-move player with no counter moves. Inconsistent angles pursuing to the perimeter. Endurance is a question as he was on a rotation for the Gophers. 2013 stats; 38 T, 13 TFL, 2 sacks. Edge speed:left 1.94, right 1.91. OSR:12/43. Second/third round. (A-34 1/4, H-10 1/4, BP-32, 10-1.80).