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Ryan Nassib-QB-Syracuse (6-2 228 lbs.): Very under rated. Very smart with high football IQ. Mature and has good work ethic. Shows good composure in the pocket. Nice footwork. Anticipates routes well. Lacks big arm. Needs to add more touch on intermediate passes. Deep passes tend to hang in the air too long. Struggles with ball placement. Completed 4 of 10 for 44 yards and 1 INT.
Zac Dysert-QB-Miami Ohio (6-3 228 lbs.): Broke some of Ben Roethlisberger’s school records. Strong and athletic. Moves well in the pocket. Able to throw on the run. Inconsistent timing and accuracy. Needs to work on his decision making. Tends to check the ball down rather than driving it down the field. Put together a nice drive in the last 2:00. Was the most successful North QB, completing 10 of 16 for 93 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT.
Mike Glennon-QB-NC State (6-5 232 lbs.): Started at QB in the game. Great height, a little skinny and needs to put on some more weight. Big arm. Able to make all the throws. Wows you on one play then makes you scratch your head on the next. Needs to eliminate the negative plays. Nice deep ball. Good touch. Slow footed and has limited lateral movement. Very streaky. Needs to be more consistent. Has all the physical tools to be an elite QB, but needs to put it all together. Had a horrible first half in the game, even bounced a pass to wide open receiver, but settled down in the third quarter to put together a nice touchdown drive. Completed 8 of 16 for 82 yards.
Johnathan Franklin-RB-UCLA (5-10 198 lbs.): Started at running back in the game. Patient. Follows blocks. Good burst. Follows blocks and has good cutback ability. Really stood out in pass protection drills. Draft position may depend on his 40 time at the combine. Returned kicks in the game. Led the North team with 41 rushing yards and 1 TD. Returned one kickoff for 28 yards.
Kenjon Barner-RB-Oregon (5-11 192 lbs.): Extremely quick. Makes explosive cuts without slowing down. Gets on top of the defense quickly. Stronger than you think. Struggled in pass protection due to size, but gave good effort. Looks very good running patterns in the passing game. Led the North team with 7 catches for 59 yards and 1 TD. Had 13 yards rushing on 3 carries.
Robbie Rouse-RB-Fresno State (5-7 190 lbs.): Small, quick. Tough for his size. Good effort in pass protection, but lacks the size. Good vision. Makes very quick cuts. Able to give his leg to the defender then take it away. Bounces outside very well. Makes people miss, but doesn’t get a lot of yards after contact. Very good receiver, making 63 catches last year. Probably more of a situational guy due to his size. Had 6 carries for 15 yards and 1 catch for 6 yards.
Kyle Juszczyk-FB-Harvard (6-1 248 lbs.): Nice hands. Competitor. Stoned people in pass protection drills. Good short yardage runner when given a chance. Good overall football player. Had 4 carries for 9 yards in the game.
Aaron Dobson-WR-Marshall (6-2 206 lbs.): Extremely athletic. Great hands. Able to make amazing catches (YouTube star for his one handed, back handed catch against East Carolina). Stretches the field vertically. Very good on crossing and vertical routes. Adjusts to underthrown balls. Very fluid routes. Able to separate from press coverage. Did a good job covering kicks during the game but was not targeted during the game.
Markus Wheaton-WR-Oregon State (6-0 182 lbs.): Had a good week. Started at wide receiver in the game. Good route runner. Good top end speed. Good hands. Able to beat corners using physicality. Very sudden off the line of scrimmage. Comes back to QB well. Shows nice footwork along the sidelines. Had 4 catches for 47 yards and returned one punt for 12 yards.
Marquise Goodwin-WR-Texas (5-9 177 lbs.): Started at wide receiver in the game. World class speed. Raw, but extremely fast and athletic. Average route running skills, but he is improving in that area. Uses his speed to drive off defenders. Hard to defend on fly pattern because he has the rare speed to run past the defender. Able to stretch the defense. Needs to be consistent making the catch. Returned punts in the game and looked very uncomfortable. Got away with a poor decision fielding a punt deep in his own territory, fumbled the ball into the end zone, but then used his speed to get the ball out. Had 5 catches for 44 yards and averaged 15 yards per punt return.
Aaron Mellette-WR-Elon (6-4 220 lbs.): Good routes. Doesn’t always catch with his hands, letting the ball get into his body. Doesn’t have the burst to get consistent separation. Was not targeted in the game.
Denard Robinson-WR-Michigan (5-11 197 lbs.): Former QB. Extremely quick and is electric in space. This was his first week as a receiver and he is very raw.. Still recovering from elbow injury and still has numb fingers which led to several drops. Struggled handling passes with zip on them due to the nerve damage. Struggles in and out of his breaks. I give him credit for showing up and trying despite the lingering issues with his arm. Had 2 catches for 21 yards.
Chris Harper-WR-Kansas State (6-1 231 lbs.): Former quarterback. Good size. Good ability to box out defenders. Lacks top end speed. Struggles to get separation. Had 1 catch for 12 yards in the game.
Alec Lemon-WR-Syracuse (6-1 200 lbs.): Runs good routes. Separates well from press coverage. Runs a good double move. Was not targeted during the game.
Ryan Otten-TE-San Jose State (6-5 245 lbs.): Catches the ball well, but struggles to get separation. Not very aggressive in blocking. Lacks speed in and out of his cuts. Very deliberate in route running. Did not have a catch in the game.
Eric Fisher-OT-Central Michigan (6-7 305 lbs.): Created a buzz this week. Started at left tackle in the game. Long frame with long arms. Rarely got beat in pass protection drills, but occasionally can be beaten with an inside move. Uses good technique and has good balance. Has good feet and moves well. Very smooth. Difficult to beat with a speed rush because of his long arms and good feet. Dominant pass protector. Has a tendency to play a bit high and needs a little bit of work on his anchor in pass protection. Patient and is a student of the game. Studied YouTube video of the players he would face before reporting to practice. Should be able to start on day 1 at left tackle.
Ricky Wagner-OT-Wisconsin (6-6 318 lbs.): Did not dominate this week. Started at right tackle in the game. Struggled in pass protection drills and showed he can be beaten by speed rushers.
Justin Pugh-OT-Syracuse (6-5 297 lbs.): Good feet and good balance. Moves well laterally. Can get to the second level in run blocking. Does a good job pushing the pass rusher past the quarterback. Has short arms, so may have to kick inside to guard.
Kyle Long-G/T-Oregon (6-7 312 lbs.): Only 11 starts in college. NFL bloodlines (son of Howie). Very raw. Pulls well for his size. Played guard in the game which might be his best position, despite playing tackle in college.
Brian Winters-G/T-Kent State (6-3 310 lbs.): Started at left guard in the game. Mauler. Very competitive. Quick feet and does a good job trapping. Doesn’t bend well. Strong hands. Struggled a bit in pass protection drills. He may also be a guy that has to move inside.
Hugh Thornton-G/T-Illinois (6-4 310 lbs.): Started at right guard in the game. Battler with good mobility. Does a good job on cut blocks. Threw a key block on Franklin’s TD run.
David Quessenberry-G-San Jose State (6-6 295 lbs.): Battler in pass protection. Stays with his blocks. Good movement skills. Plays well in a tight space. Stays square to the line of scrimmage. Heady player that saved his team by recovering a fumble in the game.
Joe Madsen-G-West Virginia (6-4 305 lbs.): Stout at the point of attack. Re-anchors well in pass protection. Also worked some at center.
Braxston Cave-C-Notre Dame (6-3 304 lbs.): Started at center in the game. Got reps at both center and guard, but looked better at center. Good feet. Lives in the weight room. Battles in pass protection. Doesn’t give up on the play.
Datone Jones-DE-UCLA (6-4 275 lbs.): Had a good week. Started at defensive end in the game. Very sudden out of his stance. Good combination of quickness and power. Good upper body strength. Good hand placement. Plays hard. Uses his hands to disengage blockers. Has a good swim move and able to beat players inside. Dominated practices and the game. Had a tackle for loss in the game.
Alex Okafor-DE-Texas (6-5 265 lbs.): Good size with long arms. Quick first step. Gets low and has the power to push blockers into the backfield. Uses his hands well. Sets the edge well in run defense.
Margus Hunt-DE-SMU (6-7 280 lbs.): Started at defensive end in the game. Has the perfect body for a 3-4 defensive end. Long body with long arms. Not as quick as you would like off the ball and doesn’t change direction that well. Movements are very deliberate. Tends to get a bit high coming out of his stance. Has raw athleticism. Can get sucked inside, causing him to lose containment. May have been thinking too much. Nickname is the Eastern Block due to his 17 blocked kicks in his career.
Travis Johnson-DE-San Jose State (6-2 244 lbs.): Late week addition after playing in the Shrine Bowl. Has a good inside pass rushing move. Will likely be tested at the Combine at outside linebacker.
Michael Buchanan-DE-Illinois (6-5 240 lbs.): Good height and top end speed. Able to convert his speed to power. Active hands, but sometimes takes too long to separate from the blocker. Willing to take on lead blocker. Blocked a field goal.
Sylvester Williams-DT-N Carolina (6-3 320 lbs.): Started at defensive tackle. Looks like 3-technique in 4-3. Explosive with good body control. Good swim move and spin move. Able to split double teams. Moves well for a guy his size. Flashes at times, but lacks consistency. Was extremely active and disruptive during the game.
Kawann Short-DT-Purdue (6-3 315 lbs.): Started at defensive tackle. Powerful. Has a good arm-over move and a good spin move. Has lacked consistency and has a reputation for taking plays off. Was effective when he played hard. Dominated during the game and at times was unblockable. Had two tackles for loss.
Brandon Williams-DT-Missouri Southern (6-3 325 lbs.): Division II All-American. Massive run stuffer. Quick for his size. Pushes the pocket well. Uses his hands well. Played well for a small school guy playing against big-time competition.
Jordan Hill-DT-Penn State (6-1 292 lbs.): Strong and quick. A bit undersized for an inside player. Doesn’t have a lot of pass rushing moves, but has good ability and burst. Had a tackle for loss in the game.
Khaseem Greene-LB-Rutgers (6-1 230 lbs.): Former safety. Started at outside linebacker in the game. Good speed for a linebacker. Flies to the ball. Great instincts. Reacts quickly and always around the ball. Smart player that reads his keys and stays at home. Should be a good fit as a weak side linebacker.
Kevin Reddick-LB-North Carolina (6-2 240 lbs.): Started at middle linebacker in the game. Locates the ball well and flows to it. Sheds blocks quickly. Fills the hole. Good inside-out pursuit. Able to rush the passer. Prototypical inside linebacker.
Sio Moore-LB-UConn: Late week replacement. Played in the Shrine Game. Picked things up quickly. Looks very comfortable. Good strength at the point of attack. Good inside pass rush move. Struggled somewhat in coverage. Had a sack in the game.
John Simon-LB-Ohio State (6-2 263 lbs.): Former defensive end. Good sideline pursuit and turns plays inside. Looked out of place in pass coverage. Left due to injury which could explain his lack of movement skills in pass defense.
Steve Beauharnais-LB-Rutgers (6-2 230 lbs.): Physical run stuffing linebacker. Always seems to be around the ball. Better fit in the middle, but might be able to play on the strong side.
Dwayne Gratz-CB-UConn (5-11 200 lbs.): Bites on hesitation moves. Lacks acceleration. Decent recovery skills. Can be beat on deep balls. Can get sucked inside in run support, losing containment.
Blidi Wreh-Wilson-CB-UConn (6-1 190 lbs.): Started at corner in the game. Good size. Fluid. Good physical press cover. Disrupts routes well. Smooth and under control. Blankets the receiver. Smooth, controlled back pedal. Plays the ball well, but needs to work on ball skills. Not a great tackler.
Desmond Trufant-CB-Washington (6-0 186 lbs.): Had a very impressive week. Started at corner in the game. NFL bloodlines (brother of Seahawks corner Marcus). Shutdown corner. Very good in press coverage and also able to play off. Anticipates routes. Quick with good footwork. Good recovery speed. Able to aggressively change direction. Wants to defend the opponent’s best receiver. Goes after the ball in the air. Good hustle on special teams in the game prevented a kick return for a touchdown.
Jamar Taylor-CB-Boise State (5-11 192 lbs.): Does a good job in tight man to man coverage. Not quite as good in off coverage.
Jordan Poyer-CB-Oregon State (6-0 182 lbs.): Had a very good week. Quick feet and moves well. Competes and makes plays for the ball. Able to jump the route. Very smooth out of his backpedal. Can press or play in off coverage. Mirrors the receiver and challenges them for the ball. Draft position may depend on his 40 speed at the Combine. Had a pass breakup in the end zone and tipped another ball that was intercepted.
Will Davis-CB-Utah State (6-0 186 lbs.): Great concentration. Breaks well on the ball. Had a very nice interception when Poyer tipped the ball into the air.
John Cyprien-S-Florida International (6-0 210 lbs.): Tough. Hard-nosed. Good cover skills. Closes well to the ball. Tackles well in the open field.
Phillip Thomas-S-Fresno State (6-1 210 lbs.): Started at safety in the game. Led the country with 8 interceptions. Great ball skills. Able to jam the receiver in man coverage.
Duke Williams-S-Nevada (5-11 201 lbs.): Tough. Makes plays on the ball. Sometimes too aggressive. Tackles well in space. Played very well on special teams and almost blocked a punt.
T.J. McDonald-S-USC (6-2 205 lbs.): Tough. NFL bloodlines (son of former 49ers safety Tim). Breaks well on the ball. Takes on blockers.
Tyler Wilson-QB-Arkansas (6-2 218 lbs.): Had a very good junior year, but did not play as well as a senior. Lost three very productive receivers to the NFL and lost his head coach last year. Took a beating and may have tried to do too much. Delivery got sloppy and it looked like he anticipated the rush rather than delivering the ball. Worked after the season to shorten his delivery and tighten his release. Ball sometimes flutters coming out of his hand. Lacks elite arm strength, but can drive the ball downfield. Has nice touch on intermediate routes. Good leadership skills. Completed 8 of 11 for 40 yards. Threw late on a long pass that could have been a TD.
Landry Jones-QB-Oklahoma (6-4 220 lbs.): Good size. Big arm. Has a ¾ release point. Gym rat with a good passion for the game. Very accurate if given time. Inconsistent. Can be upset once his initial pocket setup is disrupted. Does not make good decisions if he’s pressured. Tends to let bad plays snowball. Completed 3 of 9 for 16 yards.
E.J. Manuel-QB-Florida State (6-4 240 lbs.): Started at quarterback and was the game MVP. Natural throwing motion. Has the size to throw over the top of a defense. Gamer that plays well in big situations but needs to be more consistent. Big, tough runner that can move the chains with his feet. Escapes well from the pocket and can throw on the run. Keeps his eyes downfield when he’s flushed from the pocket. Doesn’t always set his feet and has inconsistent footwork which leads to issues with short-mid range accuracy. Has problems fitting ball into tight windows. Needs to work on his touch on shorter throws. Great upside. Completed 7 of 10 passes for 76 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT. Carried the ball 4 times for 10 yards. Led two scoring drives.
Mike Gillislee-RB-Florida (5-11 210 lbs.):. Runs hard. Instinctive runner that finds creases. Good leg drive. Bounces well to the outside. Great instincts and quickness. Good in pass protection. Had 10 carries for 46 yards in the game.
Mike James-RB-Miami: Late week addition. Played in NFLPA Bowl. Runs hard. Shows toughness. Good hands. Had 6 carries for 10 yards and 3 catches for 11 yards.
Stepfan Taylor-RB-Stanford (5-11 215 lbs.): Started at running back in the game. Workhorse. Stanford’s all-time leading rusher. Plays well in big games. Wide running base that allows him to be patient and pick his holes. Good vision and patience for the hole to open. Able to do everything you ask from a running back. Big and strong, takes on defenders. Very good inside runner that can bounce it outside. Understands the passing game. Very good in pass protection. Led the South team with 9 carries for 53 yards and had 2 catches for 8 yards.
Tommy Bohanon-FB-Wake Forest (6-1 247 lbs.): Not overpowering as a blocker. Plays with good balance. Nice hands and catches the ball well. Tough to bring down. Good overall football player. Had 2 catches for 6 yards in the game.
Quinton Patton-WR-Louisiana Tech (6-2 195 lbs.): Had a very good week of practice. Able to take over games (had 21 catches against Texas A&M). Good overall speed and athleticism. Able to stretch the field. Smooth routes. Physical in traffic. Great focus. Competes for balls and adjusts well to under-thrown balls. Able to make the catch despite good coverage on him. Wins battles with defensive backs. Did not have a catch in the game.
Terrance Williams-WR-Baylor (6-2 205 lbs.): Had a good week. Started at wide receiver. Good size and speed. Led the country in receiving yards. Long strider that can stretch the defense. Willing blocker. Goes after the ball in the air. Is a bit tight coming out of his break. Had 1 catch for 9 yards in the game.
Tavarres King-WR-Georgia (6-1 200 lbs.): Runs good routes and catches with his hands. Not very consistent. Can sometimes disappear from games. Had 2 catches for 19 yards in the game.
Cobi Hamilton-WR-Arkansas (6-2 209 lbs.): Started at wide receiver in the game. Good deep speed. Explodes off the line of scrimmage. Good hands. Had 1 catch for 3 yards but was open deep for a touchdown and Wilson underthrew the pass.
Conner Vernon-WR-Duke (6-1 200 lbs.): Crafty receiver that knows how to get open. Seperates well from press coverage. Works middle of the field well. Boxes out against defenders. Has strong hands and does not let the ball get in to his body. Makes tough catches. ACC’s all-time leader in receptions (283) and yards (3,749). Led the South team with 4 catches for 36 yards.
Vance McDonald-TE-Rice (6-4 260 lbs.): Started at tight end in the game. Good body size. Athletic player that was used on fly sweeps at Rice. Controlled route running. Quickness to separate from the defender. Good hands. Physical. Able to stretch the defense. Has some similarities to James Casey when he came out of Rice. Did not have a catch in the game.
Mychal Rivera-TE-Tennessee (6-3 244 lbs.): Great burst after the catch. Great hands. Catches the ball at its highest point. Had 1 catch for 1 yard in the game.
Michael Williams-TE-Alabama (6-6 269 lbs.): Probably the best blocking tight end in the draft class. Some scouts sayd he struggles to separate in passing game, but he had 2 catches for 39 yards and had a 20 yard TD catch. Big target. Boxes out well. Tough to defend in the red zone because of his size.
Lane Johnson-OT-Oklahoma (6-6 303 lbs.): Had a very good week. Started at left tackle in the game. Athletic, light on his feet. Only two years’ experience at offensive tackle. Played quarterback at Kilgore Jr. College his freshman season then converted to tight end as a sophomore. Has good length and long arms. Nasty disposition. Keeps contact with the pass rusher. Able to anchor against bull rush. Good upper body power. Needs to improve lower body strength. Shows good hustle. Not as polished as other tackles, but has a lot of upside.
Terron Armstead-OT-Arkansas Pine-Bluff (6-5, 306 lbs.): Played in the Shrine Bowl last week. Arrived as a late week replacement. Showed good strength during the drills. Tough player that plays through injuries.
Oday Aboushi-OT-Virginia (6-5 310 lbs.): Started at right tackle in the game. Strong and stout. Uses good leverage. Mixes it up. May not have the lateral agility to play on the left side. Looks more comfortable on the right side and may slide inside to guard.
Xavier Nixon-G/T-Florida (6-5 314 lbs.): Played left tackle in college, but is not an NFL left tackle. Struggles with speed rush. Bends well. Could play right tackle, but probably a better fit at guard.
Larry Warford-G-Kentucky (6-3 343 lbs.): Started at right guard in the game. Brauler that dominates in the run game. Powerful. Surprising athleticism and he is able to get to the second level to block linebackers. Good short set in pass protection.
Garrett Gilkey-G/T-Chadron State (6-7 320 lbs.): Scrappy. Negates speed rush by getting on top of the defender quickly.
Brian Schwenke-C-Cal (6-4 300 lbs.): There was a buzz about him his this week. Started at center, but also got reps at guard. Strong at the point of attack. Anchors well in pass defense. Good movement skills. Able to handle large nose tackles. Does a good job keeping his hands inside avoiding the holding call. Does a good job pulling and getting outside. Would be a great fit in a zone scheme.
Cornelius Washington-DE-Georgia (6-4 268 lbs.): Good build. Powerful, plays with good leverage. Stood out in individual pass rush drills because of his bull rush. Able to get underneath the blocker and beat his man inside. Doesn’t have great speed or athleticism. Good fit as 5 technique in a 3-4 scheme.
Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah-DE-BYU (6-5 270 lbs.): Started at defensive end in the game. Had a very average week of practice but had a very productive game. Great speed and athleticism. Pursues well down the line of scrimmage. Able to spin off of blocks. Very raw, but big upside. Does a good job getting his hands up on pass rush. Lack of experience hurt him in practice as he seemed stiff and may have been thinking too much. Seemed much more relaxed and turned it on during the game. Needs work on his technique. Only had 10 starts and come on strong the last 9 games with 13 tackles for loss and 4 ½ sacks. In 2009 as a member of the track team, he ran a 10.9 100 meter. Was disruptive and unblockable during the game. Had a batted pass and a sack/strip. Also played well on special teams.
Lavar Edwards-DE-LSU (6-5 258 lbs.): Started at defensive end. Overshadowed by Mingo and Montgomery at LSU. Has a quick first step, but doesn’t have elite burst around the edge. Does a better job when he can get inside the tackle. Holds his ground in run defense.
John Jenkins-DT-Georgia (6-3 358 lbs.): Started at defensive tackle in the game. Massive, weighed in at 358 lbs. Wins individual battles. Can drive blockers back into the backfield. Eats up space inside. Surprising movement skills. Able to split double teams. Stamina is an issue. Some scouts say he is a “faucet”, turns it on and turns it off. Best suited for a 3-4 nose tackle and could be very effective in a rotation.
Everett Dawkins-DT-Florida State (6-2 288 lbs.): Quick hands. A bit light, especially when fighting off double teams. Doesn’t have great balance.
Montori Hughes-DT-Tennessee-Martin (6-4 327 lbs.): Started at defensive tackle. Disruptive player that does a good job shedding blocks. Does a good job shutting down the middle of the line.
Vince Williams-LB-Florida State (6-1 250 lbs.): Had a very good week. Willing to blow up the lead blocker. Good strength, power. Does a good job staying on his feet. Better against the run than in coverage. Does good job playing downhill. Has a nasty streak and plays with chip on his shoulder. Will strike you. Has emerged as a team leader during practice. Has been the most complete linebacker this week.
Sean Porter-LB-Texas A&M (6-2 230 lbs.)- Good at rushing the passer. Gets after the QB off the edge. Does a good job playing the run. Average in pass coverage.
Zaviar Gooden-LB-Missouri (6-1 233 lbs.): Started at outside linebacker in the game. Former safety. Freakishly athletic. Probably the fast linebacker in the draft. Takes false steps that get him out of position. Needs to improve his instinctiveness. Good in pass coverage and drives well on the ball. Plays well on special teams. Had an interception in the game.
Nico Johnson-LB-Alabama (6-2 249 lbs.): Started at middle linebacker. Strictly an inside guy. Plays the run well, but limited in pass coverage. Good form tackler. Fills the hole well and meets the ball carrier head on.
Chase Thomas-LB-Stanford (6-3 241 lbs.): Started at outside linebacker in the game. Tough against the run. Can get after the QB. Tackles well in space. Limited in pass coverage.
Leon McFadden-CB-San Diego State (5-10 190 lbs.): Good feet and impressive ball skills. Can be beat by receivers with good deep speed. Does a good job jamming the receiver at the line of scrimmage. His value could be increased by running a good 40 time at the Combine.
Marc Anthony-CB-Cal (6-0 200 lbs.): Started at corner in the game. Good speed and balance. Runs well. Patient in his reads. Breaks well on balls thrown in front of him.
Robert Alford-CB-SE Louisiana (6-0 185 lbs.): Had a good week playing against big-time competition. Physical corner that competes for the ball. Mirrors the receiver in man coverage. Plays the ball well. Gets in and out of his backpedal easily. Returned kicks in the game and started the game with an 88 yard kick return. Had an interception on a 2 point attempt.
B.W. Webb-CB-William & Mary (5-10 180 lbs.): Another small school player that created a buzz during the week. Started at corner in the game. Plays with good technique. Knows how to knock the ball away without getting flagged. Returned punts in the game and had a 30 yard punt return.
Sanders Commings-CB/S-Georgia (6-2 216 lbs.): Had trouble in one-on-one coverage as a corner. May be a better fit at safety.
Robert Lester-S-Alabama (6-1 212 lbs.): Started at safety in the game. Fills the hole on runs. Plays with emotion. Struggles in coverage. Lacks acceleration after changing direction.
J.J. Wilcox-S-Georgia Southern (5-11 214 lbs.): Good size. Athletic and versatile. Has played running back, wide receiver and corner before making a home at safety. Reads routes and quarterbacks well. Sometimes plays the man rather than playing the ball.
Shawn Williams-S-Georgia (6-1 218 lbs.): Started at safety in the game. Versatile. Able to cover tight ends. Fills holes quickly in run defense and delivers the blow.
Bacarri Rambo-S-Georgia (6-0 210 lbs.): Ball hawking safety. Tied a school record with 16 career interceptions. Does a good job playing the ball and undercutting receivers. Had an interception in the game.
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