Quinnen Williams Scouting Report

"Brute off the ball with quickness and rare finishing ability, but also essentially a one year wonder." Strengths: Brute off the ball with quickness. Holds vs the double at the point. Often vicious with his hands, keeps free and generally disengages quickly. Stacks and tracks with solid mobility. Often the first off the ball and diagnoses quickly. Solid lateral mobility and can regularly beat his opponent in tight spaces. Closes fast and has range. Impressive finisher for an interior DL that can anticipate ball carriers and break down in space. Weaknesses: Bit of a tweener and lean for an interior tackle. Can get high and inefficient. Utilized more strength and athletic ability than techniqu

Devin Singletary Scouting Report

'Phenomenal running talent that reminds you of LeSean McCoy but lacks even Shady's just adequate size and speed coming out of Pitt." Strengths: Elite lateral mover with great balance and vision. Efficient with quick feet. Patient and finds room in traffic. Big time open field runner that strings moves together. Adequate physicality and will drop his shoulder and keep his feet driving. Weaknesses: Not big and not strong. Goes down quickly if he's wrapped despite a great motor and drive. Just adequate burst and lacks home run speed. Tested exceptionally poorly. Overall: Singletary's a phenomenal running talent that just lacks adequate size and speed. I ranked him #1 in this class for a time an

Deebo Samuel Scouting Report

"Physical RB sized receiver with a lot of gears that was the best WR on the field at Senior Week practices. He's a safe bet to be a more consistently productive pro than college player." Strengths: Physical RB sized receiver with a lot of gears. Impressive burst and physicality off the line and threatens deep consistently. Deceptive quickness and cranks it up when he needs too. Strong hands and makes a lot of catches in traffic. Flashes good blocking ability. Adept returner and experienced special teamer. Weaknesses: Concentration drops. More burst than pure speed. Height challenged. Motor can wane. Plagued by nagging injuries at South Carolina. Overall: Samuel is a big play guy that uses ph

Myles Gaskin Scouting Report

"Versatile little plugger that lacks top tier explosiveness. Given the right opportunity, he's a good bet to outplay his draft position." Strengths: Versatile, durable back with few weaknesses. Shifty but efficient. Good contact balance. Constantly good vision. Falls forward and gets the most out of each carry. Can hammer and get tough yards. Solid in pass pro. Solid, experienced receiver out of the backfield. Has experience as a returner. Weaknesses: Lacks explosiveness. Just adequate burst and doesn't have a second gear. Overall: Gaskins has been extremely productive and reliable for the Huskies finishing as the school's all time leading rusher. He's a rocked up little runner and legit 3 d

DeMarkus Lodge Scouting Report

"Lodge is a streaky prospect that looks like a star one moment and just a guy the next." Strengths: Deceptive route runner with good length and quick feet. Impressive catch radius. Can make spectacular grabs in traffic. Clutch and wants the ball in crucial situations. An asset in the run game and relishes blocking. Weaknesses: Streaky. Concentration drops plagued him before his senior season. Nagging injuries throughout career. Average speed and quickness throughout the route. Overall: Lodge is streaky prospect that looks like a star one moment and just a guy the next. His length and ball skills jump out on film with some spectacular grabs. His footwork is often decisive and efficient and he

Ryan Pulley Scouting Report

"Has the physical traits but lacks poise, sand and maturity." Strengths: Good sized corner with solid speed and the quickness to mirror. Fluid hips and quick feet. Changes direction well and has make up speed. Good ball skills and pulls in catchable balls. Weaknesses: Panics at the catch point in man too often. Not physical and occasionally losses at the snap. Gives up hidden yards vs the ball carrier because of a lack of effort. Often a soft, uninterested tackler. Content to hang on his block and too often a liability vs the run. Suspended his final game for breaking team rules just before kickoff. Tested poorly at the combine and didn't resolve it at his pro day. Overall: Pulley has NFL at

Vita Vea 2018 Scouting Report

"Massive and athletic, when he wins leverage it's a massacre. But he's high at times and technique sloppy." Strengths: Massive and athletic. Quick off the snap and utilizes leverage and power. Eye popping range for a big guy. Changes direction well. Throws around guys with upper body power. Battles the double and holds ground or resets. Rare NT that can finish and register sacks. Played effectively on the edge and inside. Weaknesses: Motor is just adequate. Wins with sheer power and athletic ability more than leverage and technique. Often plays to the competition. On the ground too often. Overall: Vea is a freak athlete for a 6’4 340 pound guy. He consistently comes off the ball with power a

Chauncey Gardner-Johnson Scouting Report

"Can play anywhere in the secondary but not 100% reliable in any one spot. Special teams ace type that could master a role in time." Strengths: Versatile defensive back comfortable in the slot, in the box and at single high safety. Strong ball skills. Aggressive and quick in zone. Good range and always around the ball. Solid motor. Tested well in Indianapolis and carries a lot of upside. Weaknesses: Takes bad angles. Finds blocks and sticks to them. Struggles breaking down with balance and leaks tackles. Reactionary guy that doesn't anticipate. Lacks strength and can't take on blocks. Telegraphs the blitz. Incessant trash talker and initiates confrontations. Overall: CGR plays with a lot of

Fixing the NFL's Worst Uniforms

Look good play good? As training camp for a new season kicks off let's look at who are the best and worst dressed teams on the field. What's the least aesthetically pleasing but successful team? Before last season, Carolina Panthers..maybe?... It's hard. Because it seems if you get the other things right, you generally get this right too. Rebranding often coincides with regime and culture change but most expectedly, it's hit or miss. Rams are expected to redesign their look for 2020 but it's likely a minor cosmetic change. Browns will also follow suit in 2020 but also likely to stay inside their color rush look with just minor variations. Jets dropped their new uniforms in April and were pr

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