2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DAYO ODEYINGBO: Vanderbilt, 6052 279 4.80. Three-year starter, Irving, TX. Earned second-team All SEC honors last fall. Team captain and brother to NFL running back Dare. With a body that all defensive line coaches want to work with, he screams upside. An every down threat who can line up both outside and inside. Has solid athletic ability and a good lockout game. Started to blossom in 2020 but he tore his Achilles tendon in January while training for the draft. This will likely cause him to miss all of 2021, so whoever drafts him will need to look at him as a 2022 contributor in all likelihood. Has work to do when it comes to his lower body technique and overall power, but in a league that likes to rotate versatile defensive linemen based on situations, he will find a role. Repetitive, consistent presence off the snap. Gets his hands on the blocker with a long and strong lockout. Stays square to the line and locates the ball in a hurry. Plays a smart game and can credibly line up inside-out. Shows variety in his pass rush. Pursues action within the box well. Can close in on the ball carrier fast with bad intentions. Swallows his target whole and brings an energetic, different level of contact to his man. Powerful long strider with surprising build up speed attached to a man-ready body. Lacks the juice up the edge, won’t beat a blocker on his outside shoulder often. Doesn’t always play strong and stout. Inconsistent physical presence will lose track of his pad level. Defensive end with the length, power, and versatility to play in both 4- 3 and 3-4 defenses. 2020 stats: 32 T, 8 TFL, 5.5 sacks, 1 PBU, 9 QBH. Fourth/fifth round. (A-35 1/4, H-10 1/8, BP-NA, 10-NA).