2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ODAFE OWAH: Penn State, 6047 252 4.37. Junior entry, one-year starter, Howell, NJ. Also spent a season in the heavy rotation. First-team All Big 10 in 2020. Will catch a lot of eyes as a result of his physical tool set. He is tall, long, strong, and very fast. He may be one of the fastest and most explosive defenders in the entire class of defensive ends. However, his play never got to a point where it matched that kind of potential. He started just eight games over his career, played in just 24 total, and recorded only one sack over his final 12 games. Beyond the production, he has a hard time keeping his center of gravity when he needs to react laterally. Needs too many recovery steps and lacks consistent technique. At this point, he is much more of an athlete than he is a football player and will need a lot of development. Tall and angular frame that looks the way they are supposed to look. Has good length and a strong upper body, capable of stifling a blocker at the point of attack. Explosive, rare speed for the position and size he plays at. Will chase action down from behind. Outruns the angles of ball carriers. Dripping with tools. Defends the run with toughness and power. Shows the ability to play stout while keeping a shoulder free. Works down the line well and will get involved in a lot of action. Struggles to maximize his speed and explosion. Seems unsure off the snap and takes too long to convert his reads into action. Needs a lot of recovery steps to adjust his weight and move in the right direction. Tight hips. Shows a lack of ability to seamlessly, naturally bend under the blocker. Hand usage and placement is very inconsistent. Never produced to the level of his potential. Pro day numbers 39.5/VJ, 11-2/BJ, 4.21/SS, 6.83/3 cone. 2020 stats: 38 T, 6.5 TFL, 1 PBU, 1 QBH. First/second round. (A-34 1/2, H-9 1/4, BP-21, 10-1.59).