2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JIMMY MORRISSEY: Pittsburgh, 6032 303 5.31. Four-year starter, Huntingdon Valley, PA. Won the Burlsworth Trophy as a senior, given to most outstanding player in the country who began his career as a walk-on. All-ACC the past three seasons. The team captain evolved enormously over his career. He lacks some of the ideal professional tools, but he is a scrapper that plays the game smart. His style of play would be ideal for a zone-scheme where he can use the off-the-ball burst and comfort in space. His length and reaction issues do create some sustainability concerns. Projects as an interior backup initially. Smart and cerebral player that can naturally and smoothly make all the calls at the line. Directs a lot of traffic at the line pre-snap. Athletic out of his stance, fires out low and fast. Quick and twitchy hands post-snap. Will consistently punch hard. Has a thick frame with a wide base. Works hard to keep the hands inside while he moves his hips to the hole. Gets to the second level with balance and control. Feisty blocker that will fight to recover. Will overextend himself to try and make up for length issues. Needs to maintain better positioning and leverage. Will get too wide which hinders his ability to mirror. Seventh round/PFA. (A-32 3/4, H-10, BP-26, 10-1.68).