2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ROY LOPEZ: Arizona, 6014 302 5.10. Three-year starter at New Mexico State, Tempe, AZ. Played in just four games for the Aggies and in 2019 had a leg injury which earned him a medical redshirt. He then grad-transferred to Arizona for 2020 where he started five games and led the team with four tackles for loss. The 2018 Honorable Mention All-Sun Belt honoree got pushed off his promising track in 2019 when he injured his leg and missed most of the year. But he showed flashes at Arizona last fall of being a penetrating, powerful force again. Hyperactive interior defender who will get on the blocker in a hurry and play with violent hands. Often the aggressor, first to get his hands on. Maintains good pad level and shows a solid initial burst. Can put a blocker on his heels. Shows developed techniques with his hands and feet. Can maintain good balance as he shuffles away from contact. Active defender that produced a lot from his position. Will make things happen based on grit and hustle alone. Shows potential as both a two-gap run defender and single lane penetrator. Lacks a second gear after he fires out of his stance. Will get stuck in mud at times. Lacks an array of quality pass rush moves. Needs to do better when initially beat when it comes to adjusting his plan. 2020 stats: 18 T, 4 TFL, 1 sack. Seventh round/PFA. (A-32, H-9 7/8, BP-36, 10-1.81).