"Short stack with explosion and violent hands. Bonafide freak athlete that needs better body control and anticipation to reach his vaulted ceiling."
Coiled up, short stack with explosion and arm strength. Bursts off the snap with first step quickness. Flashes ability to disengage quickly and often ragdolls opponents.
Disruptive vs run and pass and can play at a high level inside or out. Athletic in space and can change direction and chase surprisingly well. Great motor. Mature and gets high character marks.
This is it with Adebawore. He's as rare an interior player from an athleticism stand point, as ever seen in the league. If a team can get him to harness his traits more precisely and improve his ability to diagnose faster, he'll stand out.
Not a great finisher and inconsistent getting off blocks. Shoddy instincts and can lose the ball. Inefficient mover, gets off balance in traffic, and wastes time in the wrong places. Size challenged playing inside.
Adebawore is the live action Marvel Comics Puck character. He's all arms and athleticism flying around. He can legitimately play any position in the front seven. As an edge he's explosive and physical with his hands.
As a DT his quickness and mobility are eye popping. Often dominant vs the run, when he anticipates well, he can disengage in a hiccup. But there in is the downside; he's not always efficiently getting off a block after his initial push and can struggle to finish as well as he starts the snap.
His instincts and anticipation are often non existent and he's well out of the play. If he can become more efficient with his moves and improve his anticipation, he's a star.