—Three-year starter who is physical at the line and when coming downhill as a tackler.
—Excels at the line of scrimmage where he can use his length (32 ¾") and size (6'1", 206 lbs) to jam.
—Plays the ball well in the air and gets good position on 50/50 passes to use his size and length to win.
—Strong enough to press receivers off their route path.
—Breaks on the ball fast and sees it well enough to flip the field with interceptions.
—Battle-tested in the SEC.
—Might be too handsy and grabby in coverage; has to learn to cover hands-free.
—Can be stiff in transitions; when asked to flip his hips and fly he's a little tight.
—Ran just a 4.53-second 40 at the combine and only jumped 34 inches in the vertical.
—Been banged up in college with injuries costing him time as a sophomore and junior.
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GRADE: 6.85 (Round 2)
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