—Massive player who creates mismatch issues for offensive linemen.
—Potential to develop into a two-gap defender, either head up on a center as a nose guard or head up on the tackle as a 4-technique.
—Has a strong upper body and violent hands to deliver his strength to linemen.
—Athleticism is poor enough where it hurts him, even as a nose tackle.
—Pass-rushing upside is virtually non-existent.
—His pad level can cause issues for himself.
10 TKL, 2.5 TFL, 2 PBU
—Was a two-time all-state defensive lineman in Tennessee and was named Tennessee's Mr. Football as a senior.
—Only had two other Power 5 offers as a prep, per 247Sports: Louisville and Mississippi.
—2020 team captain.
Quinton Bohanna is a gargantuan defensive line prospect who should be viewed as a nose tackle or nose guard prospect at the next level, with the potential to play 4-technique end in two-gap 3-4 looks. His feet will fail him more often than they will help him, but his play strength is high enough that his size, length and strength can beat up on some of the league's undersized interior players.
He is going to be the type of player who hovers around a roster bubble, but do not discount a team putting long-term effort into converting him from the defensive line to the offensive line (guard) in the future.
GRADE: 6.3/10 (Round 7)
OVERALL RANK: 273/300
POSITION RANK: DL24
PRO COMPARISON: Tim Settle
Written by B/R NFL Scout Justis Mosqueda