—Long-armed (34 ¾") edge-rusher with impressive burst and agility on a frame (6'4", 257 lbs) that can be built up.
—Raw athlete with the tools to be developed into a special edge-rusher. Smooth, twitchy mover.
—Excellent burst out of his stance; can beat blockers with his length or his first step.
—Uses his hands well to create space or redirect blockers; has a great stiff arm.
—Shows a variety of pass-rush moves and doesn't have to win with just speed. Likes to work inside or spin off blockers.
—Light for a 4-3 defensive end and may have to play in space.
—Needs to continue adding size and strength.
—Only recorded 1.5 sacks in 2017.
—Combine and pro-day athletic testing did not match what we saw on him. His 40 time (4.87) was disappointing.
—Lacks the power to set the edge in the run game.
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Dorance Armstrong is a tough projection because his tape didn't match his workouts, and his production dropped in 2017. He requires a bit of imagination to see what he could develop into, but that adds risk to his profile.
GRADE: 6.10 (Round 3)
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