Fugger attacks the QB
With the Falcons looking at a bunch of different defensive linemen in this year's draft, it's always nice to look at someone who is mid-later round pick.
Height: 6’3-1/4” Weight: 248 pounds
Arm Length: 33" Hand Measurement: 9-1/4"
40 yard dash: 4.60 sec. 20 yard split: 2.70 sec. 10 yard split: 1.68 sec.
20 yard shuttle: 4.20 sec. 3-cone Drill: 7.00 sec. Bench Reps: 29 reps
Vertical Jump: 34.0" Broad Jump: 9'7"
2007 - Redshirt
2008 - 9 Games, 0 Games Started, 14 Tackles, 1 Fumble Forced
2009 - 12 Games, 8 Games Started, 21 Tackles, 2.0 Tackles for Loss, 1.0 Sacks
2010 - 12 Games, 10 Games Started, 22 Tackles, 5.0 Tackles for Loss, 3.0 Sacks, 4 Fumbles Forced
2011 - 13 Games, 13 Games Started, 33 Tackles, 13.5 Tackles for Loss, 7.0 Sacks, 3 Fumbles Forced
He has solid size and athleticism for the defensive end position and can explode off the edge. He has a knack for knocking the ball loose when he’s tackling a player and could be very useful in creating turnovers.
He’s quick off the edge and can create a lot of pressure against the pass. He has a very low floor and what you see is what you will likely get. He won’t require a lot of coaching and can end up as a solid special teams contributor right away.
He gets pushed around in the running game and will tend to run around the play instead of towards it. He also isn’t the strongest bull rushers and needs to use a variety of speed moves in order to create pressure.
Fugger is a guy who separates the players from the ball frequently and will be a truly unique addition to any team. He’s a guy who can end up as a starting defensive end with very little investment and is a sixth to seventh-round pick.
How he would fit into the Falcons' plans
Fugger would be a lower-round pick and should be someone who can add some talent to the rotation at defensive end. If he goes undrafted, he would be an excellent practice squad player for at least a year or two.