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Ogletree is a fast linebacker who has the skills to be a starter in any NFL defense. He is quick, fast, smart, and he is a tough, competitive player who makes plays all over the field.
Ogletree is productive enough to warrant a high draft grade and a long look from NFL personnel. He is smart as a read and react player and finds the ball quickly. Ogletree also plays under control and can redirect with ease.
Overall, he is a smooth athlete who covers a lot of ground in a hurry and gets to top speed in a flash.
He has decent play strength, but sometimes gets tied up by long-armed blockers inside. When he attacks, separates, sheds and gets to the ball, Ogletree is a beast. However, he is at his best flowing laterally and making plays sideline-to-sideline.
Ogletree is a powerful tackler who will explode on the ball-carrier, is quick in his pursuit and will make plays laterally through trash. When he pulls the trigger, he makes the play.
Ogletree has above-average ability as a pass-rusher and closes on the quarterback quickly. In coverage, he has the ability to cover receivers, but he gets lazy in coverage and loses his responsibility by trying to do too much.
Jarvis Jones gets a lot of the credit on the Georgia defense, but Ogletree is a darn good player in his own right.
Teams that would be a good fit for Ogletree: Oakland Raiders, Jacksonville Jaguars, Buffalo Bills