2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANDRE CISCO: Syracuse, 6010 209 4.50. Junior entry, three-year starter, Valley Stream, NY. Finished his career at Syracuse with 13 interceptions in 24 games. Combined with his pass breakups he has been the most productive ball production safety in college football. With ideal size and athleticism Cisco is a physical safety with playmaking skill. Fluid hips to change direction and find the throwing lane in zone coverage. Plays quarters, deep third and will drop down to the hole in various coverage. At his best as a one or two high safety. Tracks downhill and has made some big hits in the run game. Range in pursuit is outstanding and his closing speed gets him to an extraordinary amount of plays. Ball skills are top notch with ability to attack the catch point with the ball in the air. Gets his hands on a lot of passes. He has soft hands for the interception and has also been opportunistic getting to tipped balls. Has shown match up skill mirroring route breaks and keeping focus on the receiver. Reads the quarterback and route position well. His plant and drive on a throw is sudden and has a knack for getting in position between the receiver and quarterback. Has been inconsistent in some phases of the game. While making many big hits, his fundamental tackling is suspect. At times he will get in position on a tackle and completely miss, either coming in high and taking the brunt of the blow or lunging at the tackle. Some inconsistency in deep coverage as he will make a wrong zone turn at times and give up a play. He is a highlight reel player but has some lapses that are concerning. He has all the tools but needs to develop consistency. October ACL injury could affect draft status. 2020 stats (2 games): 11 T, .5 TFL, 1 INT. Second/third round. (A-32 1/2, H-10 5/8, VJ-NA, SS-NA).