2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CHRIS WORMLEY: Michigan, 6053 297 4.84. Two-year plus starter from Toledo, OH. Versatile defender who has experience at both defensive end and tackle. First-team All-Big 10 in 2016. Played both right and left defensive end last fall. Excellent range within the tackle box. Versatile tools and skills. Functional strength has him look like a man among boys. Swallows ball carriers. Has an overwhelming style about him when it comes to short area assignment football. His frame is a healthy combination of length, thickness, and flexibility. Uses his big hands well by controlling the blocker. A good athlete with lateral quickness to skate down the line of scrimmage. Always working to the action. Stacks the point and holds his ground. Makes crossfield hustle plays. Pushes and collapses the pocket. Doesn’t stay blocked, quick to separate from the blocker. Can improve his bag of tricks rushing the passer. Will go long stretches without making a play. Wormley has the size, power, and flexibility combination that simply won’t come around very often. His NFL-ready technique and high on-field IQ will get him on the field early and often. He is an assignment-based player who may not make a lot of plays on his own, but he will be an ever reliable presence who can be moved around based on the situation and matchups. Senior Bowl notes: A versatile defender who can control the point of attack. Works to finish the play. Looks like he will contribute in any defensive scheme. Tough and physical presence. Pro day numbers: 4.55/SS, 7.08/3 cone. 2016 stats: 39 T, 8.5 TFL, 5.5 sacks, 5 QBH, 3 BK. Medical exclusion at Combine, left hamstring. Second/third round. (A-33 1/2, H-10 3/8, BP-23, 10-1.67).