2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about NEVILLE GALLIMORE: Oklahoma, 6020 304 4.84. Four-year starter, Ottawa, Ontario. Has played up and down the Sooners’ defensive line. A two-time All Big 12 honoree, including first team in 2019. Was the first ever Canadian to play in the high school US Army All-America Bowl. His combination of size, strength, and speed is hard to find and he progressed his skill set all five years in college. In a league where everyone is looking for more pass rushers, Gallimore is going to be a sought after asset. He is a quick, disruptive force up the middle that can beat blockers off the ball and win post-engagement. He dropped about 25 pounds between 2018 and 2019 and even though he gave a little as a run defender, his ability to impact the passing game is tempting for any scheme. Carries 300+ pounds exceptionally well. Plays much faster than his size would indicate. Freakish speed plus strength combination and it shows up on the field. Pursues in space like a linebacker. Loves to get into the open field and chase the action down, makes a lot of plays away from the point of attack. Too fast and quick to handle for some interior offensive linemen in the passing game. Gets out of his stance fast and excels with movement in any direction. Can sneak by a blocker, making himself small while turning tight corners and finding the quarterback. Powerful on contact, will make it known he was there. High motor, plays hard at all times. Gets high out of his stance, exposes his chest and will get caught looking for the ball too early. Not a stout defender against the run. Gives too much ground, too easy to move. Will vacate too fast while trying to get around the traffic and into space. Needs technique work when it comes to immediate post-snap footwork and hand placement. 2019 stats: 30 T, 7.5 TFL, 4 sacks, 1 PBU, 7 QBH, 2 FF. Edge speed:left 2.15, right 2.25. OSR:13/ 19. Second/third round. (A-32 3/4, H-9 5/8, BP-23, 10-1.69).