2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JEREMIAH OWUSU-KORAMOAH: Notre Dame, 6010 220 4.65. Junior entry, two-year starter, Hampton, VA. Plays the Rover position which is like the hybrid/outside linebacker position in the NFL. While somewhat undersized to play in the box, he has the skills NFL teams covet as a big nickel. Instinctive versus the run he takes good angles to the ball with outstanding chase ability. Flashes hand usage and can slip blocks on the move. Explosive with gather and finish he can drop a ball carrier in his tracks. Normally makes the plays in space with good short space agility. Effective as an outside blitzer showing outstanding closing ability off the edge. Has been productive getting to the quarterback on the blitz. Often used to match tight ends and slots, he has the speed to play vertical routes. Has range in zone coverage with a quick break on the ball. Plays under deep routes in flat coverage with spacing to break up on the short throw. Processing multiple routes has given him trouble at times. He will sometimes get distracted to an underneath route creating a window on an intermediate. Not the most powerful guy, there are some problems with straight up blocks. On rare occasion he will miss by lunging at a tackle. He has improved consistency in 2020. There is some doubt where his best spot is in the NFL. Some may look at him as a safety but he will have to develop better zone awareness for multiple routes. May project to Will as he is more physical than his stature dictates. Most likely will move around a defense playing inside and overhang based on formation and coverage. Adding a few pounds could help, but he is an elite prospect. 2020 stats: 62 T, 11 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 3 PBU, 2 QBH, 3 FF, 1 FR (1 TD). First round. (A- 33, H-8 7/8, BP-NA, SS-4.15, VJ-36.5).