Jalen Hurts 6-2, 219, QB-
I don’t like his decision making sometimes. But he kills college
defenses with his running. That does not an NFL QB prospect make. Oklahoma is going to need him to be the best QB on the
field to win. Oklahoma is beat up a little, and Borrows is the
best College QB prospect I’ve seen, maybe ever. Hurts is going
to have to throw better in this game than any other games this
season to win.
gets inaccurate the pocket, when his feet are sideways, and not
perpendicular to the line. While he has elite feet running, most
of his bad throws are when he looses his feet in the pocket. He is
doing a better job of staying on platform this season, and keeping
his feet under him, and not losing complete control and throwing with his
can make some great throws. But his instincts are to take off and
run when things break down. However, he is clearly staying in the
pocket longer and getting to his 3rd option occasionally. I’d
like to see him get to his 4th option in this game more than once.
can deliver the ball on time and accurate when the WR gets open
off the stem right away. He has great chemistry with Lamb. He can
put the ball on his hands all over the field. Terrific throwing
outside while on the move. His passes still are a little off in
ball placement than dropped smoothly into the WRs hands. They
always seem to have to make an adjustment to the ball.
is terrific throwing off platform. Which can be a weakness as
well, as he over relies on his great movement skills. But he did
do a better job this season staying in the pocket and moving off
platform to get the extra second for his WR to get open and throw
it to him while moving back and sideways.
6-2, 191, WR- He is
effective on the Jet sweep. Any way they get the ball in his hands
to run in space, makes coaches look like geniuses. There is no one better
in this Draft at making defenders miss after the catch.
amazing how quick he pirouettes to snag the back shoulder on the
side line while facing inside, and gets the feet down as the CB
slams him in the back. He reminds me of Lynn Swan dancing away
from the CB and adjusting to the off throw to snag the pass off by yards not feet.
patterns on runs away sometimes, as he fakes going deep. He can
give the knock out block, when he comes back to help his QB, and
Hurts takes off to his side. He is so much stronger than his thin
frame indicates. Great quick feet in pattern taking the outside
shoulder of the CB. He has some snap breaking inside.
is such a smooth runner. Good blocker on the 2nd level. Grabs
shirt and holds on very well. He is deadly running patterns from
the slot. He is great at getting open deep. He makes the difficult
adjustments to the ball look so easy and natural. He turns to the
ball at full speed with the CB grabbing him, and snags the ball
like cake when the QB throws it to the wrong shoulder. Elite ball
can’t wait to see him play against Fulton. "They're very
physical," CeeDee said. "They call themselves DB-U for a
reason. So I can't wait to see on Saturday." I can’t wait
to see if he can get open deep on Fulton.
6-4, 233, Slot
retired from college football due to concussions. I wonder if
someone would draft him in the 7th as a "he might change his mind"
pick? But that’s it for him.
6-2, WR, Rr-Sr- He
is mostly a big slot guy for Oklahoma. He didn’t produce pretty
much at all until last season. He did not produced as hoped in
2019. He had a great game against Baylor with 7 catches for 86
He could be a Day Three surprise.
fact he played great against Baylor in 2018 as well. "Lee was
a huge part of the [Baylor] game. He played excellent. Jalen did a
good job finding him on a number of occasions, "OK HC Riley
said. "Our guys outside have gotten some attention, so even with
CeeDee not there, it was important to be able to attack some
people over the middle. And then Lee just made some clutch, big
time catches. I mean, several of the catches he got hit a little
bit and able to hang on. I mean, it's what he's done his entire
career here." He had his two best career games against
has a pretty good release off the line. Good athlete with some
speed in pattern. Runs a nice short Post in the Redzone. He can
leap up and snag the pass high and inside. Nice quick burst off break outside. He has the speed to get open over the top, and
seems to have no trouble catching the ball. He has some sharpness
in cuts to create separation.
like the way he runs patterns to get open. "I never saw myself
anywhere besides here. I was going to come here regardless of
whether I had a scholarship or not and just work my way up to the
position where I am right now." Morris
said. "I had to work my way through it. I had to pay my
dues. I had to play scout team. I had to work my way up. Earn time
on special teams. Sure enough, as soon as I got my opportunities
on offense, I made the most of them. Sure enough, I’m getting
more and more and more and more. Here I am." He is better
running patterns against Zones than Man.
blocker. He is a good blocker on the edge on the CB. He has good
size, and can use his size and long arms to grab and hold on.
Moves his feet well with short quick steps to maintain the block.
Consistently gets to DB on 2nd level to block.
5-11, WR, Rs-Sr- A
little small guy without a lot of production. "There’s not
many things on a football field I wouldn’t trust him to do,"
Riley said. Except apparently put him on the field when the
Offense is on the field. He has struggled to stay healthy and
didn’t really play this season.
6-5, OC, RS Soph-
is flying up charts, if he declares he could go Day Two. Terrific
consistent snapper. Plays with balance, strength, and at arm’s
length in pass pro. Slides effortless to another rusher on stunts
and twists. Good hitter right off the snap on zone runs sliding to
doesn’t look to me like the kind of cat who would declare.
"Throughout the season, we've had some adversity for sure. I
think (it) just really just prepares us to be in any type of game
that we find ourselves in," Creed said. "So I think it's
a good thing we've faced adversity so far. So nothing is going to
surprise us. That's good." He only started two seasons for
he does look like he is ready for the NFL. Great consistent
snapper. He flashes the ball to the QB’s hands every time, quick
and stays low, and he consistently gets leverage. He is so
balanced moving backwards. He gets under the DLs pads
consistently, and pushes him away from the play. Nice job
reanchoring and even reengaging when he gets popped back by the
NT. Slides over infront of the DT effortlessly.
his position and responsibilities in each play. Patient waiting
for the Mike to try and fill the hole, and then taking him out so
the RB can cut off his block. Terrific balance when he gets bent
back by power, and holds on until he can reanchor. Slides over
smoothly in pass pro, and finds the blitzer in traffic.
Consistently wins the fight to seal the DT away.
6-2, 243, ILB-
Great knack for finding the hole and filling it. He takes great
angles into the backfield to get the RB on the sweep. I didn’t
think he played well early in the season, but he got his mojo back
late in the season. He is was the best run stuffing LB in the FBS
in 2018, but not in 2019. There is already talk of him
in the 1st.
has done a great job improving in coverage of RBs and TEs. Nice
job sidestepping the blocker to get infront of the RB. He finds
the RB in the middle of the field. When he hits RBs they go down.
Nice form tackler. Nice job slapping the blockers hand down as he
gets outside to the RB.
He has such great feet moving laterally to
the hole. He plays as low as any LB in this Draft. Amazing how he
consistently sidesteps OGs trying to get to the 2nd level to block
Terrific job zoning the middle, and going over and taking out
the slanting WR as he catches the ball. He makes plays in
coverage. He can tackle the RB as he grabs the ball on a pass, and
knock the ball out as they fall to the ground.
finding the RB on the Goalline. He is a Mike, who played a lot of
Nickel ILB in their spread defensive scheme. He is so slick moving
through traffic to get to the RB. No one does it better in this
is not as slick sacking the QB, but he can flush him by slipping
to him behind his DLs.
Sets up the defense, and will literally
shove guys into their proper position. He just plays perfect
position to tackle the RB or ball carrier on every play. Elite
smarts and instincts on the 2nd level.
plays a little high, so he can peak into the backfield. He has a
nice deep drop, and can flash up forward and outside the Seam when
the WR catches it in pattern. He has great on field speed.
spy the QB a lot as well, and charge forward when he starts to
take off and not wait for him at the line. I like that. In fact,
there are very few things he does that I don’t like.
6-2, 301, Rs-Sr, DL/NT-
Great job working outside to tackle the RB outside the numbers.
You just don’t see NTs doing that. He is an amazing mover. He is
not a typical NT. Though he plays more 5-Tech in their odd front.
TMIWHTMILH. He could be a big fit for the Pats if he lasts that
long. He looks like a 5-Tech to me, but play NT.
has that knack for getting upfield infront of the QB. He causes a
lot of disruption to the QB. Better mover than given credit, he
can rush the QB on one side, and get over and tackle the RB on the
screen. He plays in a 3-4, usually on the Nose. He has an
explosive blast off to drive the OC up and back, and then swim
over him to hit the QB. He loves that quick explosive swim.
is a little short, but not really undersized. He looks like he has
long arms, and wins at the point with his hands and arm length. It
will be interesting to see how long his arms are at the Combine.
Nice speed outside on the swing pass to beat the RB to the LOS by
the numbers. He is a NT, but he lines up off set more than not. He
wins by grabbing the arms of the OC, and then peeking to find the
Marquise Overton- 6-1, 315, NT SR–
He can get outside the tackles on the toss, and knock the RB’s
block off. He was a back up this season. It is tough to find tape
He has some push upfield. He is a good stunter looping around to hit the QB. He is a huge DT who get to the QB.
6’. CB, JR-
Made the big play against OK ST, and picked up a fumble to help
his team win. He has some clutch in him. He also snagged an INT in
the OK ST game, only his foot was a tick out of bounds, maybe.
Great job getting to the RB and forcing the fumble. He was a
turnover machine in the Champ game.
job using his hands to slap off the WR and going and getting to
the RB on the 2nd or 3rd level. Plays Off a lot. Nice feet
stopping and charging instantly to the WR on short throws. He has
some interesting COD. He will turn and bail to watch the QB, and
has a good feel for routes without staring down the WR.
pedal moving backwards, and turns slowly as he reads the pattern,
and can turn and run with the speed WR deep down field. Better
playing the man than the ball. He will cut off the WR sometimes,
when it looks like has a play on the ball.
had 3 INTs and 11 PBUs in 2018. "In 2017, I got out to an
early jump. I had a good start then kind of declined," Motley
said. "It’s good to feed off the motivation from that.
I don’t look at those kind of things as anything other than that
it’s good to see it. But it’s got to keep me motivated."
In 2019, he only had 1 INT, but also had 11 PBUs again (so
can get twisted by a stop and go move, and give up over the top. But he
recovers well and can get back into the Play. Doesn’t always
look back for the ball when he regains position off a panic play,
where he gets beat off line. He looks like he is afraid to get
OLB, 6-4, 238, - Chaisson
is a top character player. He was award LSU's biggest honor for a
player by being given #18. That means a lot at LSU, and means a
lot to me in the Draft. Like Tre'Davious White, who incredibly is
having as good a season as Stephon Gilmore this year. That is the
kind of smart leader and character player the #18 produces at
Great burst upfield to force the QB to throw quick. Then he will
leap up as the QB throws and knock the pass down. Great job using
his hands and feet together to swipe and hop past the OLT. He
needs to add some weight.
cat really flashes and dashes up field like a reindeer, and might
be my favorite player on this Defense. He just needs a little more
has some gallop moving backwards in zone drop. Quick to pick up
the TE cutting through his zone. Great job bursting off side when
the OT twitches to draw the flag.
can get overwhelmed at the point outside. I like him better on the
QB's left. Nice job jamming the TE at the line, and then picking
up the crosser in coverage. When he beats the OLT to the corner,
the QB takes off fast. He is so quick flashing around the blocker
and getting to the RB in the backfield on the screen that he needs
to be a Patriot. He remind me of Van Noy at BYU.
is so fast off the Corner into the backfield that the OLT can't
touch him sometimes. Good with his hands, but has to get stronger.
When can't win with his speed and/or his hands he looses in the
rush. When he gets to the outside shoulder of the OLT, he can beat
the best OLTs swiping the OT's arms down and ripping past him.
#7 Grant Delpit-
6-3, 203, LSU,
SS/FS- He somehow got
underrated during he season. He is a Chung type Strong safety. He
is one of the best run stuffers in this Draft, and can cover the
TE. And a fierce leader when he is healthy. He got injured this
season and played through the injury, just not well. So he could
end up being a steal in the Draft for a team late in the 1st.
was great early in the season, and then got injured. He stayed and
played, and his game went downhill. Then he got healthy again and
started making plays again late in the season. How he plays in
this game will be huge for him.
Great job doubling
the WR down the seam. Great job keeping his eyes on the QB in
coverage, and can burst outside when he sees the throw. Great blitzer
off the Corner. He has great speed on the blitz.
#22 Kristian Fulton-
6’, 200, CB, LSU- He
can get physical in coverage. He had a quiet season this year. But
that is what he does. He quietly shuts down the WR on his side. A
true elite athlete, who has great instincts in coverage.
of the Zone to pick the crosser smoothly and easily. He played some in
the Slot. He has some snap in his hips. Twitchy turning and
running at the line. Terrific moving his feet at the stem, and
then breaking hard with the WR digging back.
has safety size and physicality outside at CB. "We're just talking about it a little
bit [putting Fulton in at Nickel-Safety]," Orgeron said.
"[It is] about putting the best guys on the field in certain situations. That may require a situation where we put Fulton in there and give Cordale
[their sensational rookie CB] a chance at cornerback. We're just going to see. That's an experiment."
He is not really a true Safety.
has the speed, quicks, agility and size, and just doesn't give up
space for the QB to throw into. Remarkable smarts and instincts in
coverage. He likes to grab the inside arm of the WR, so the ref
can't see it. Stays and plays on the QB's right, and shuts it
down. He can take a false step inside, off the great release by
the WR, and catch up quick and still shut it down.
is a little too easily blocked in run defense. He locks onto the
WR so intensely that the WR can just run into him and take him out
of run defense. He stays locked onto the WR so intensely that the
WR doesn't even have to block him, just run downfield.
#90 Rashard Lawrence-
6-2, 308, DT- Great job
powering inside to get to the RB on the Dive. Plays hurt. Plays
hard. When he sees the hand off he can get to the RB in the
backfield. Very-very strong. He plays out of position a lot as a
true D-end, and is still disruptive.
Knows how to use his hands.
He plays 5-Tech in odd fronts, and it looks like 3-4 Teams have to look at him
early. A 3-4 team could take him in the 1st. He can be explosive inside at DT. He might be the most
versatile DL in this Draft, but he will have to play more inside
in the NFL.
will line him up on the Nose, and he has the quicks and agility to
get outside and jam the TE and then turn upfield. Amazing job
getting outside the OLG, and slashing inside the OLT to hit the
QB. Very interesting quicks and explosion off the snap when he
doesn't have to two-gap or run around the OLT when lined up inside
of him. When he hits the QB he hurts him.
wins low, and can take off too low, fall down, and still tackle
the RB running to his side. He lines up at 5-Tech mostly, and that
is a long way to go for a guy his size. He will line up slightly
inside the OLT, and still try to rush the edge. He needs to line
up more inside.
#45 Michael Divinity-
6-2, 241, ILB/Edge-
He is a twitchy LB. He plays both inside and outside. He is more
of an off the ball LB than Chaisson. But he can flash off the Edge
as well. He lines up like a Mike or ILB a lot. He is more of a
He will get stuck in trash and traffic. He has that
knack for finding a lane to the QB, when he blitzes behind other
guys. Needs to do a better job setting the Edge, but he can fight
through the double outside sometimes to get to the RB.
is smooth and fast moving backwards in coverage. Flashes out of
drop when an RB crosses and picks him up easily. Athletically he
looks like a DB in coverage. Keeps his eyes locked on the QB, but
is still aware of receivers around him.
Nice awareness of when the
ball is in the air, and he can break on it like a DB. He
is the guy that sets up the LBs. He is terrific running through
traffic to find the RB. He is an OLB/ILB like the other LSU LBs,
but he is more of an ILB than the other two.
6-4, 233, ILB/Edge-
He doesn’t always see it in Coverage. He can destroy the RB
outside, and force the RB to turn upfield into the line before he
want too. He looks a little small sometimes, but is incredibly
strong at the point taking on blockers. He will play the Mike, and
does a good job sliding through traffic to get outside in front of
looks a little light, but he's tough to block on the 2nd level. He
can take on the block of the OL and get through to the RB. He
still needs some technique work taking on blockers with his hands.
Very aware of position in Zone as he watches the QB’s eyes.
Terrific hunting the WR down all the way across the field through
traffic after the catch. He can cover the fast Slot guy in the
slot. Amazing athlete.
is usually a run first LB. Nice quicks and speed to run around
blockers and get outside in front of the RB. He is more of an ILB
than an Edge. But he does play outside sometimes, and is pretty
good rushing the edge.
6-4, 216, QB-
He is the best QB prospect I’ve seen since Elway. But that
doesn’t mean that he will be the best QB ever. Brady was a 6th
Round pick. Tim Couch, David Carr, JaMarcus Russell were all a 1st
overall picks. And while no true Draft evaluator liked any of
those QBs, ever! I liked all three (though I was just a
little nervous about Couch, I now seem to recall;).
I mean... Borrow completed 77.9% of his passes playing mostly in
the SEC this season, and no one seems to comprehend the greatness
of that stat. That is as impossible a stat as I have ever seen.
That is a number that is hard to truly comprehend. That is almost
an 80% completion percentage, when I have never seen 70%
QBs are happy to get a basketball field goal percentage, while
Borrow impossibly had a free throw percentage for a completion
percentage this season. I mean... I am having trouble
comprehending that competition percentage.
I mean... he is not a dink and dunker either. He throws it
deep consistently. He'll stay in the pocket for too long, barely avoid
a couple of rushers, and panic out of the pocket. I sit there
knowing without a doubt that is going to take off and run. But
then he somehow gets into position to throw and puts it on his WR
hands 40 or 50 yards downfield.
mean,,, did anyone watch that Alabama
game. I mean... that is the best game I ever saw a QB have. In
regards, to avoiding the rush, while keeping his eyes downfield,
and running through rusher and then throwing it accurately
had a great rush all game, and he still completed almost 80% of
his passes! AND THAT WASN'T AN ABERRATION! Might be the best I've
has a terrific arm, not an Elway cannon (but who does;), and no
one throws it more accurately than he does, especially on the run.
His ability to go smoothly from one side of the field to the other
with his eyes and throw to his forth option is at an NFL level. My big
worry is that he plays behind a great O-line, and gets a lot more
time than he will in the NFL. But his ability to flee the pocket
with his eyes down field (always down field, like Brady), and
throwing to a WR 30 to 50 yards down field is also elite.
footwork in the pocket, and always seems to be in balance. He
moves around and inside the pocket with Brady like technique: on
his toes, ball high,
to throw, with his body in position and balanced to throw as well,
and eyes downfield. Great patience and footwork in the pocket
leave him always ready to throw accurately.
job throwing accurately to the RB, as the blitzer is diving at him
to wipe him out. Easy arm to go forty to fifty yards downfield. It
is amazing how he can make more than one rusher miss in the
pocket, and then get outside and throw 40-yards downfield
accurately enough for the WR to run for a 74-yard catch. Great
accuracy in the Redzone. Great job throwing quick slants inside
the Redzone so his WR can run.
6-4, 295, OLT-
When he get his hands in the shirt of the great rusher, he just
calmly dances with him like it is nothing. Great size and
strength. He is tough to break, once he gets his hands in a
blockers shirt. He is a little clunky moving backwards, which
worries me. But he wins. He has that knack for position moving
backwards that cannot be taught.
6-2, 185, WR-
Great hands to catch the ball at every angle. He has that knack
for getting open on the 3rd level. He has that knack for getting
open in the Redzone.
He might be my secret favorite WR in this
Draft (because the Pats might have a shot at him, though Jalen Reagor,
and Collin Johnson, are more likely fits for the Pats after they
trade down into the 2nd). I like the way he moves on the field and
gets open in pattern.
*Lloyd Cushenberry III-
6-4, 315, OC- He
always plays low and balanced. Great leading the QB sneak for the
1st. TMIWHTMILH. Great leverage, power and balance in pass pro.
They run behind him a lot. He might be the first OC taken in this
He is a plug and plays OC, who will
play in the Pro Bowl someday. Stays and plays low with excellent
leverage. He will get a little grabby with his hands.
Understands position and controls the turf right in front of the
Damien Lewis- 6-3, 332, ORG- Nice
low set. He has some great knee bend. Absorbs initial hit with
power, and slows and stops DT inside rush with calm and balance.
Good hands he uses to push the DT up. Runs down field to continue
blocking the DL, after the throws short.
When they don’t rush
his lane, he can turn and smart the great DT to the ground. He
will play in the NFL. Terrific power in the run, to drive back the
DT five yards. He is a Day Three guy who will get
drafted and play in the NFL.
SEASON (2019): Along with center Lloyd Cushenberry, is the heart and soul of LSU offense ... Has started alongside Cushenberry at right guard for 26 straight games ... Tigers are 23-3 over that span ... First Team All-America in 2019 from the Athletic and second team All-SEC from both the SEC Coaches and