On The Clock: 2019 RCF NFL Mock Draft

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Listen To The Kids!
Feb 21, 2008
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Alright, folks, it's time to kick this thing off. First, though, a couple of "rules", if you will:

  1. When you pick, post justification for your first round pick(s). Provide some detail in why you made the pick, post a picture, highlight videos, whatever. Just try to avoid putting a name down and moving on. This thread can be an education on prospects, which is good if you're an NFL fan.
  2. After you make a selection, please send a private message to the next person drafting. I would say to tag the poster, but I haven't been getting some tags. Please PM. Try to keep a beat on the thread in case someone does forget to PM.
  3. Try to check back here on the daily if you know your pick is coming soon. Quicker picks means we go deeper into the 3rd round or longer.
  4. Trades MUST be reasonable. You can discuss trades with anyone whether or not they have indicated they'd be open to it.
With that said, LFG!

Round 1

1. Arizona Cardinals - Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
2. San Francisco 49ers - Nick Bosa, DE, OSU
3. New York Jets - Josh Allen, DE/EDGE, Kentucky
4. Oakland Raiders - Brian Burns, DE/EDGE, Florida State
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
6. New York Giants - Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
7. Jacksonville Jaguars - Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan
8. Detroit Lions - DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
9. Buffalo Bills - Ed Oliver, DL, North Carolina State
10. Denver Broncos - Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
11. Cincinnati Bengals - Devin White, LB, Louisiana State University
12. Houston Texans (via GB) - Andre Dillard, OT, Washington
13. Miami Dolphins - Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State
14. Atlanta Falcons - TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa
15. Cincinnati (via Was) - Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
16. Oakland Raiders (via Car) - Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson
17. New York Giants (via Browns) - AJ Brown, WR, Mississippi
18. Minnesota Vikings - Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
19. Detroit Lions (via Titans) - Greedy Williams, CB, Louisiana State
20. Pittsburgh Steelers - Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
21. Seattle Seahawks - Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson
22. Baltimore Ravens - Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma
23. Green Bay (via Hou) - Jeffrey Simmons, DL, Mississippi State
24. Indianapolis Colts (via Oak) - Jerry Tillery, DL, Notre Dame
25. Philadelphia Eagles - Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
26. Oakland Raiders (via Indy) - Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
27. Carolina Panters (via Oak) - Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia
28. Los Angeles Chargers - Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
29. Kansas City Chiefs - Dieonte Thompson, S, Alabama
30. Green Bay Packers (via Saints) - Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
31. Los Angeles Rams - Garrett Bradbury, OL, North Carolina State
32. New England Patriots - Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida

Round 2

33. Arizona - N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State
34. Indianapolis (from N.Y. Jets) - Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
35. Carolina (via Oak) - Taylor Rapp, S, Washington
36. San Francisco - Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
37. N.Y. Giants - Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple
38. Kansas City (via Jac) - Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
39. Tampa Bay - Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State
40. Buffalo - Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
41. Arizona (via Denver) - Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan
42. Cincinnati - Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State
43. Detroit - Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State
44. Green Bay - Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
45. Atlanta - Dre'Mont Jones, DL, Ohio State University
46. Washington - Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College
47. Carolina - Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
48. Houston (via Mia) - Yodney Cajuste, OT, West Virginia
49. Cleveland - Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida
50. Minnesota - Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas
51. Tennessee - Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama
52. Pittsburgh - Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
53. Philadelphia (from Baltimore) - Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia
54. Green Bay (via Hou) - Christian Miller, DL, Alabama
55. Green Bay (via Hou) - Darnell Savage, S, Maryland
56. New England (from Chicago) - Greg Little, OL, Mississippi
57. Philadelphia - Erik McCoy, G/C, Texas A&M
58. Dallas - Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech
59. Indianapolis - Jonathan Abram, S, Mississippi State
60. L.A. Chargers - Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
61. Jacksonville (via KC) - David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin
62. New Orleans - Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts
63. Kansas City (from L.A. Rams) - Zach Allen, EDGE, Boston College
64. New England - JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

Round 3

65. Arizona - Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame
66. Pittsburgh (from Oakland) - Michael Deiter, G, Wisconsin
67. San Francisco - Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia
68. N.Y. Jets - Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame
69. Kansas City (via Jac) - Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
70. Tampa Bay - Te'von Coney, LB, Notre Dame
71. Denver - Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
72. Cincinnati - Amani Hooker, S, Iowa
73. New England (from Detroit) - Gerald Willis, DT, Miami
74. Buffalo - Ben Banogu, DE, Texas Christian
75. Miami (via Hou) - Connor McGovern, G/C, Pennsylvania State
76. Washington - Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota
77. Oakland (via Car) - Miles Sanders, RB, Pennsylvania State
78. Miami - Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn
79. Atlanta - Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan
80. Cleveland - Oshane Ximines, DE, Old Dominion
81. Minnesota - David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State
82. Tennessee - Dru Samia, RG, Oklahoma
83. Pittsburgh - Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State
84. Seattle - Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami (FL)
85. Baltimore - Germaine Pratt, LB, North Carolina State
86. Houston - Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
87. Chicago - Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M
88. Detroit (from Philadelphia) - Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida
89. Indianapolis - Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami
90. Dallas - JoeJuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt
91. L.A. Chargers - Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
92. Kansas City - Elgton Jenkins, OL, Mississippi State
93. N.Y. Jets (from New Orleans) - Max Sharping, OT, Northern Illinois
94. Baltimore* - Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia
95. N.Y. Giants (from New England through Cleveland) - Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
96. Washington* - David Long, CB, Michigan
97. New England* - Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA
98. Washington - Khalen Saunders, DT, Western Illinois
99. L.A. Rams* - Michael Jordan, OL, Ohio State University
100. Carolina* - Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
101. New England* - Traeveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M
102. L.A. Rams - Terry Beckner Jr., DL, Missouri

Round 4

103. Arizona - Lonny Johnson, CB, Kentucky
104. San Francisco - Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington
105. Washington - Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
106. Oakland - Hjalte Froholdt, IOL,Arkansas
107. Tampa Bay - Nate Davis, IOL, Charlotte
108. N.Y. Giants - Tre Lamar, ILB, Clemson
109. Jacksonville - Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
110. Cincinnati - Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State
111. Detroit - Delvon Randall, S, Temple
112. Buffalo - Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina
113. Baltimore (via Den) - Anthony Nelson, EDGE, Iowa
114. Green Bay - Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State
115. Carolina - Sean Rawlings, OL, Ol' Miss
116. Miami - Drue Tranquill, LB, Notre Dame
117. Cleveland - David Long, LB, West Virginia
118. Green Bay (via WAS) - LJ Collier, EDGE, Texas Christian
119. Cleveland -
Mark Fields, CB, Clemson
120. Minnesota - Beau Bentzschawel, IOL, Wisconsin
121. Detroit (via Tenn.) - Alex Bars, OL, Notre Dame
122. Pittsburgh - Cameron Smith, LB, USC
123. Baltimore - Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
124. Seattle - Maxx Crosby, EDGE, Eastern Michigan
125. Denver (via HOU) - Chuma Edoga, OL, USC
126. Chicago - Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis
127. Philadelphia - Trysten Hill, DT, Central Florida
128. Dallas - Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
129. Oakland (via Indy) - Will Grier, QB, West Virginia
130. L.A. Chargers - Dawson Knox, TE, Mississippi
131. Buffalo (via KC) - D'Andre Walker, DE, Georgia
132. N.Y. Giants (via NO) - Jimmy Moreland, CB, James Madison
133. L.A. Rams - Marquise Blair, S, Utah
134. Tennessee Titans - Jahlani Tuvai, LB, Hawaii
135. Kansas City (stolen) - Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State
136. Dallas* - Mike Edwards, S, Kentucky
137. Atlanta* - Malik Reed, EDGE, Nevada
138. Philadelphia* - Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford


Titans receive: Matthew Stafford & a 2020 4th round pick
Lions receive: Marcus Mariota, #19, #115 & a 2020 3rd round pick

Broncos receive: Josh Rosen
Cardinals receive: #41 & Royce Freeman

Packers receive:#23, #54 & #55
Texans receive: #12 & #76

Raiders receive: #16 & #77
Panthers receive: #27 & #35

Raiders receive: #26 & #129
Colts receive: #24

Bengals receive: #15
Washington receives: AJ Green

Chiefs receive: #38 &#69 (nice)
Jaguars receive: #61 & 2020 1st

Washington receives: #98 & TE James O'Shaughnessy
Jaguars receive: 2020 3rd rounder

Dolphins receive: #75, Will Fuller, 2020 2nd & 4th round picks
Texans receive: #48 & Albert Wilson

Rams receive: #102 & #193
Ravens receive: #94

Titans receive: #134
Patriots receive: Delanie Walker & #188 (via the Dolphins)

Browns receive: #117 & Ito Smith
Falcons receive: Duke Johnson

Jets receive: a 5th rounder in 2019 & a 4th rounder in 2020
Washington receives: #105

Colts receive: 2021 3rd rounder

Chiefs receive: #135
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The Official Ass-Slap Guy
Jul 3, 2012
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....There's been a trade.

It’s only the RCF NFL Draft’s opening night and we already have a blockbuster that will change the NFL Landscape and potentially American History was we know it.

@MGMT and the Detroit Lions are sending QB Matthew Stafford to @thedarkness2332 and the Tennessee Titans for a deal centered around draft capital and asset flexibility.

It’s not a secret that Tennessee’s talented skill-position players have been underutilized for years under Marcus Mariota—who hasn’t been comfortable throwing the football from the pocket. At this point, with the surrounding talent on the roster, it was time to shit or get off the pot for the Titans. With a strong veteran offensive line to keep him upright, the Tennessee Titans are making a play to seize the AFC South by allowing Stafford to flourish with a power running game. Both of these are luxuries that have not been afforded to him in his young career. The Titans believe he’s an All-Pro and perennial Pro Bowler in the right situation. It just so happens that situation is new OC Arthur Smith’s physical system—which will put an emphasis on a strong running game complemented by plenty of down-the-field play-action opportunities for Stafford to pick apart a defense.

In the 2019 RCF NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions are making a splash, as promised by team owner @MGMT . That’s right, they are finally and correctly starting an exciting rebuild with this draft as the launching pad. They receive ample draft compensation for a 31 year old quarterback and look to guide their franchise into a promising future. As part of the deal, they acquire 25 year-old QB Marcus Mariota who is likely to serve as the bridge quarterback on the remaining 1-year of his contract. Likewise, they now have two 1st round picks to get frisky.

The full details of the trade are as follows:

Titans receive: Matthew Stafford and a 2020 4th round pick
Lions receive: Marcus Mariota, 2019 1st (#19), 2019 4th (#121), and a 2020 3rd round pick

And—yes, we had to include 2020 picks just to fuck with you people.

OK, on with the draft. Damn you people, back to your shanties.

And apologies to @Soda for destroying everything right out of the gates. We'd have it no other way.
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Jack Brickman

Aug 12, 2012
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If anyone would like to make offers for Rosen, now is the time.

The Human Q-Tip

Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up!
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Jack Brickman

Aug 12, 2012
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Another trade has been completed.

Arizona sends: Josh Rosen
Denver sends: 2nd round pick #41 + Royce Freeman

While I think that Josh Rosen can be a fine quarterback in the NFL, I question his fit in the system we are going to run going forward. Adding Royce Freeman gives the team a dynamic back to pair with David Johnson, and allow DJ to spend more time as a receiver where he excels, and the second round pick will allow the Cards to add either an offensive playmaker or a quality defensive player to further shore up the holes the team has.

As far as Freeman goes, I liked him a lot as a prospect going into last year's draft. He averaged four yards per carry with the Broncos as a rookie. He looked like he had the makings of a solid back, but unfortunately Phillip Lindsay stole his thunder. Fortunately, the Cardinals are now led by an offensive-minded coach, and the plan is to run a dynamic, fast-paced offense going forward, and I expect Freeman and DJ to play a big role.
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Jack Brickman

Aug 12, 2012
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Apologies. On my laptop and I accidentally hit post a bit early on the previous trade post. Refresh the page in five to ten minutes for the full post.
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Jack Brickman

Aug 12, 2012
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The pick is in.

With the first pick in the 2019 NFL draft, the Arizona Cardinals select...

Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma

It's a new era in Arizona, and a new era means change. While there may be questions about his size, Kyler Murray is, in my opinion, a prototypical franchise QB. He's dynamic. He's accurate. He can make all the throws. Not only did this kid sport a 100th percentile QBR in college, he also posted a 99th percentile yards per attempt.

While I'm not certain he has the intangibles that Baker Mayfield does, he has a lot of the same qualities I liked in Mayfield. You can't teach accuracy, and Kyler Murray is accurate.

He completed 69.0 percent of his passes his final year in college.

Do you know what I want in a modern NFL QB? A guy who can make his throws and air it out, and Kyler Murray is fully capable of doing both. Surround this guy with some weapons and he is going to be a lot of fun. Much like Baker Mayfield a year ago, Murray goes first overall and becomes the new face of a troubled franchise. Hopefully the results are similar.

Thankfully, Murray will be walking into a situation where he actually has some weapons. David Johnson is one of the most exciting running backs in the league, and hopefully an offensive-minded coach will help unlock him again. Royce Freeman, acquired earlier tonight, is a former third round pick and a potential three down back in his own right. Nothing more need be said of Larry Fitzgerald. He's lost a step, but he can still produce when called upon. Christian Kirk was a second round pick just a year ago and had a solid rookie season where he went for 590 yards and three touchdowns on 13.7 YPR. Charles Clay and Ricky Seals-Jones are TEs.

Further, the team has added two guards in free agency, and hopefully that, combined with not sustaining an absurd amount of injuries on the o-line like last season and a coach who actually cares about the offense, will lead to improved play from the offensive line this year. Plus, the plan is no longer to have David Johnson, one of the best backs in the league in space, run it up the gut every fucking down this year. That should help.

It's time to give Larry Fitz a proper send-off.


Speaking on the Pompitous
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Aug 20, 2005
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At pick #2 the San Francisco Forty Niners select:

Nick Bosa, 4-3 Edge Defender
The Ohio State University

6'3 3/4
265 pounds
40 yard dash 4.79
Bench press 29
Broad Jump 116

Didn't do the pro day and didn't have to. How's that for confidence? That's what happens when you sack He Who Shall Not Be Sacked Baker Mayfield as pictured above.

Why Bosa?

Nick Bosa is a little smaller than older brother Joey, but he is probably quicker. Bosa is an elite bender with top tier flexibility. His best attribute is using his hands to disengage an offensive tackle's block. Bosa has been going through the same drills as his brother, and he is a refined escape artist in the trenches. He can race around the edge but is lethal spinning back inside. If Bosa has a weakness, he doesn't have Myles Garrett type arms, speed, explosiveness and strength. Who does though?

For the Niners, they badly need a #1 defensive end. They need a guy who gets into the three point stance, sets up shop in the offensive backfield, takes down backs for a loss and sacks the quarterback. Dee Ford is going to help on the other side, but he would still be in KC if he was a top edge defender. Now with Deforest Buckner still in the fold, the team who managed to finish last in the NFL in turnovers - by a large margin no less - can pressure the quarterback. In a draft class with plenty of stand up edge defenders, Nick Bosa is the guy who the Niners really need most.

@Triplethreat and the New York Jets are on the clock!


The Winds of Winter
Apr 3, 2012
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Titans got unbelievably fleeced.
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With the #3 pick in the 2019 RCF Mock Draft, the New York Jets select.....

Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming.... errrrr, OLB, Kentucky

Why Allen?

The Jets are rumored to be moving to the 3-4, and Allen give them a cornerstone of the future getting after the QB. Something New York has not had in a long time. Allen gives New York an avenue to get pressure without having to manufacture it with blitzing as much as they have in the past.


True hybrid linebacker with elite physical traits who has the ability to float between coverage and pass rush duties. Allen's diverse skill-set could offer a creative defensive mind a fun toy to deploy around the field, but his NFL value will rest in his ability to menace the pocket as 3-4 rush linebacker. He's fine-tuned a couple of go-to rush moves but will need to continue to diversify his rush portfolio as a pro. He's not a glass-chewer and doesn't always impose his will at the point of attack, but the tools to become dominant as a run defender and pass rusher are all at his disposal.

  • Elite size, speed and explosiveness with frame to get even stronger
  • Has the traits and talent to physically challenge tackles
  • Has talent to effectively drop and cover or attack the passer
  • First-step rush quickness with charge to challenge the edge
  • Long, lateral slide to access his inside rush counter
  • Impressive accuracy as hand-fighter
  • Greases the edge with well-timed chop from inside hand
  • Maintains top gear through the turn
  • Targets football for strip sacks once he turns the corner
  • Possesses traits and tools to become strong edge-setter
  • Stalking speed and length to corral running backs in space
  • Adequate fluidity in zone coverage
  • Able to mark tight ends downfield in man coverage
  • Needs to impose will on tight ends at point of attack
  • Usage of hands needs improvement across the board
  • Length doesn't always show up like it should
  • Catches rather than pop with hands
  • Slow to recognize and diagnose misdirection
  • Undisciplined with contain duties
  • Freelances inside, allowing himself to get sealed
  • Linear pursuit and sluggish with change of direction and turns
  • Needs to diversify rush approach
  • Lacks sharp hip flip or upper-body turn to climb over the edge
  • Needs to incorporate a quality mid-rush counter

@blommen and the *soon to be* Las Vegas Raiders are on the clock!
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Pissing Excellence
May 3, 2009
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It's 6 in the god damn morning and I haven't been able to get a hold of Mark Davis, since he told me he was heading off to the Crabs table. Tried telling Gruden, but he just smirks at me and hits me on the arm and calls me "slugger". I'm starting to think that this might not have been such a hot idea.


With the 4th pick in the 2019 NFL draft the Oakland Raiders select Brian Burns out of Florida State University.

The Numbers
Height: 6'5''
Weight: 249 lbs
Arm/Wingspan: 337/8''/835/8''
40 Yard Dash: 4.53
Vert Jump: 36''
Broad Jump: 10'9''

Why Burns:
As Head Coach and extremely big brained smart person Jon Gruden noted during last years regular season, the Raiders are in pretty desperate need of pass rushing off the edge, and while the thought of picking up Quinnen Williams is appealing, we are confident enough in our IDL that bringing in a guy like Burns to work the EDGE is the more tantalizing proposition.

Burns has been my number one EDGE defender for a while now, and that includes Bosa. He is unbelievably flexible and fast with brilliant hand technique and general understanding of how to play the position and his length allows him to get in position to do things like, Oh I don't know, this:

While Burns has always been to the lighter side, weighing in a 230 his sophomore year, he has gradually put on bulk over the years without losing his speed and flexibility. He reportedly packed on another 10 pounds for his last season where he was tremendously productive and then added another 10 or so for the combine, where he still clocked in as the third fastest EDGE rusher behind human absurdity Montez Sweat and Justin Hollins. This tells me that Burns will not have difficulty adding muscles mass to in order to play the position more stoutly without losing his burst, and even when he will end up getting physically outmatched his rush counters, lethal bend and hand technique is going keep him more than productive.

Now with that out of the way @Soda and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock.

...huh... Mark just sent me a text... Oh god, he's lost the team in a game of Mah Jong at a Chinese gambling parlour... I gotta go.


Listen To The Kids!
Feb 21, 2008
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With the 5th pick in the 2019 RCF NFL Mock Draft....

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select...

Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama

QW is one of the most sure prospects in the 2019 draft. Standing at 6'3" and weighing 300+ pounds, we expect Quinnen to immediately help the team's pass-rush. This selection was not, at all, influenced by the decision to take Vita Vea last season. In fact, we plan for QW to be rushing the passer from inside quite often. When the 2-down Vea is not in the game, QW has the versatility to eat-up two blockers to help aid the Gerald McCoys, Deonne Buchanans, etc. to also harass opposing passers. The fact that QW was on the board still made this pick fairly easy.

NFL Comparison

Jonathan Allen


Williams' hands, feet and overall movement are extremely efficient and he combines those features with short-area burst to create instant wins at the point of attack to propel him to the football. His play strength is good, but his lack of mass and length will show up at times against NFL competition. Despite having just a single season of headline production, his instincts, quickness and athleticism are projectable play traits that should allow for continued production against both the run and pass on the next level. Williams is an instant starter with Pro Bowl potential.

  • Low-man winner who plays from consistent position of leverage
  • Sets up shop on blockers with quick, accurate hands
  • Adjusts hands and body positioning according to blocking scheme
  • Able to brace and use down blocker's momentum against them in his re-direct
  • Varies engagement approaches against blockers
  • Adequate strength and body control as two-gapper
  • Gets eyes around blocker and spies on ball carrier
  • Diagnoses like he knew the play call
  • Efficient, purposeful and fluid in his flow
  • Pursuit quickness extends radius as playmaker
  • Inside-out feet combined with punishing slap softens edge for B-gap rush
  • Knees bent and pads low on inside counter rush
  • Accelerates through redirect blocks to harass quarterback
  • Heat-seeking missile with big closing burst once he's locked in
  • Physical traits don't stand out
  • Could take a concerted effort to keep his weight up
  • Lacks desired mass to withstand pressure from double teams
  • Overall lack of thickness in chest and broadness through shoulders
  • Must win with leverage as play strength is average by NFL standards
  • Not as effective against downhill running attacks
  • Gets wired to blocks against longer, stronger interior types
  • Lack of length makes controlling NFL guards more difficult
  • Could have issues generating a bull-rush

@Stark and the NY Giants are on the clock!