—Flies around the field and has a signature style of controlled chaos to his attacks on offenses.
—Plays with very good field speed and agility; showing the hips to play in coverage and the burst to close on the ball.
—Has had success as a blitzer.
—Comes to balance well as a tackler and can deliver punishing hits that intimidate offenses.
—Sees the ball quickly and easily diagnoses the run. Shows a high football IQ when moving forward.
—Disrupts routes more than he eliminates them but will leave a mark if he can get his body on a receiver.
—Can be too aggressive and will give up plays.
—Will get beat on double-moves and can be baited by play action due to his aggressive nature.
—Is a bounce tackler who doesn’t secure the runner with his hands or arms.
—Was surrounded by a loaded Alabama defense that may have protected him.
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GRADE: 6.95 (Early Round 2)
PRO COMPARISON: Jaquiski Tartt, San Francisco 49ers