Jahleel Addae is a killer on the football field. The Central Michigan captain is an emotional leader, often inspiring his team with vicious hits.
Addae had 80 or more tackles during each of his final three seasons and eight combined interceptions during his final two campaigns.
The ex-Chippewa possesses leadership, good instincts and coveted physicality, but won't be drafted until the late rounds because of his lack of speed. Addae ran the 40-yard dash in 4.64 seconds during Central Michigan's pro day.
Let's look at some of Addae's highlights.
In the second quarter of the 2011 game versus Ball State, Jahleel Addae made a diving interception deep in Central Michigan territory. While Addae gave the Chippewas an opportunity to win, the Cardinals would prevail 31-27.
Addae showed good instincts and hands on the play, though it was a poorly thrown ball from Ball State's Keith Wenning.
With the score tied 21-21 in the third quarter, Jahleel Addae intercepted a pass from UMass' A.J. Doyle and returned it 30 yards to the Massachusetts nine. It was all Central Michigan after that as they defeated the Minutemen, 42-21.
Jahleel Addae made one of his signature hits on Toledo's Cassius McDowell in 2012. The Rockets came back to win, but it was Addae's play that will be remembered.
Addae exhibited his strength and brutal physicality.
In the second quarter, Jahleel Addae intercepts a tipped ball near the Central Michigan one-yard line, ending a Miami drive. The Chippewas went on to win, 30-16.
Addae provided a glimpse of his defensive awareness on this play.
Jahleel Addae wreaked havoc on Massachusetts' receivers in 2012, setting the tone for a Central Michigan victory.
Here's an example of how well he defends the pass.