2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TREY HENDRICKSON: Florida Atlantic, 6037 255 4.64. Three-year starter from Apopka, FL. Two-time first-team All- Conference USA. Was voted Defensive Player of the Year in the conference. Explosive first step quickness. Voted the most outstanding defensive player in the East-West Shrine Game. One of our top graded edge players at the Combine. Plays right end in a three-point stance and wins more times than not on the first step. Uses a quick arm over technique and lands himself in the backfield disrupting a pass or run play. Quick inside move to exploit the crease in the line. Squares up his shoulders and can change direction quickly and run down the ball carrier. Has a sweet push-pull move that is effective because of his strong hands and quickness. Gets doubled and chipped several times a game. Locks out and sets the edge. Moves with good lateral quickness. An easy bender who can turn speed to power on contact. Flashes some violence in his hands. A slippery target to block because of the way he twists and turns his body. Can hold the point in the run game with leverage. Has a way of getting off blocks and locating the football. He doesn’t have a lot of flash to his game, but his relentless pursuit and ability to make himself small to blockers will get him involved in the action. His best fit may be a 3-4 outside linebacker. Shrine Game notes: Explosive first step quickness. Plays well up or down with his hand in the dirt. A relentless chase player who can flatten down the line of scrimmage when the ball is away. Quick enough to cross the face of a tight end or tackle and get penetration. Beat Texas A&M’s Avery Gennesy for a strip sack in the game. Excellent hustle to make a play on a screen pass. 2016 stats: 51 T, 15 TFL, 9.5 sacks, 2 PBU, 8 QBH, 1 FF, 4 BK. Edge speed:left 1.84, right 2.00. OSR:5/40. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 1/4, H-9 7/8, BP-DNP, 10-1.59).