Draft Profile: BioAndrew Vorhees from Kingsburg High School was rated a 4-star recruit by ESPN and handed a 3-star grade by 247 Sports. Following high school, Vorhees opted to join USC.
In 2018 as a freshman Vorhees saw action in 12 games and played a total of 681 snaps for the Trojans. He allowed 11 QB hurries, no QB hits, and 4 sacks while playing at right guard.
As a sophomore in 2019 he played in just 2 games and a total of 56 snaps. He conceded no QB hurries, no QB hits, and no sacks while playing at right guard.
In 2020 as a junior Vorhees saw action in 5 games and totaled 415 snaps. He gave up an impressive 7 QB hurries, 2 QB hits, and one sack while playing at left guard.
In 2021 as a senior Vorhees saw action in 12 games and played a total of 902 snaps for the Trojans. He allowed 11 QB hurries, 2 QB hits, and one sack while playing the majority of his snaps at left guard, and the rest at left tackle.
In 2022 as a fifth year senior Vorhees saw action in 11 games and played a total of 720 snaps for the Trojans. He allowed 12 QB hurries, one QB hit, and 2 sacks while playing at left guard.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- Bursts off the line of scrimmage and has tremendous natural strength and power, able to dominate at the point of attack and wipe out defenders in the run game.
- Has a naturally wide base, thickly build, and good length. Long legs to cover a lot of ground with his initial kick slide. Has the quickness to set up quickly with enough lateral shuffle to mirror and mobility to get to the second level.
- Made Bruce Feldman's Freak's List - ranked #99. He wrote, "The Trojans’ best O-lineman is also their strongest player and their resident “Freak,” according to strength coach Bennie Wylie. Vorhees can bench-press 225 40 times."
- Is effective when asked to pull, showing the agility, speed, and overall range to get out as a lead blocker, where Vorhees locates defenders and shows the ability to adjust and land blocks against linebackers.
- As a pass protector, he plays with good balance and holds up against the bull rush. Vorhees has strong hands and does a nice job gripping and latching on once he has his hands on the pass rusher.
- Has a powerful lower body and enough leg drive to knock defenders back at the point of attack. Vorhees flashes light feet as a pass protector, with the ability to mirror against quickness and the anchor strength to hold up against the bull rush.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- Needs to prove his worth in a straight-ahead running game.
- Can struggle to stay engaged, especially on the second level. His hand placement can be sloppy, costing him power.
- He’ll have some trouble with quickness as a pass protector; Vorhees needs to make better use of his hands, and he often stops his feet once he makes initial contact as a pass protector.
- Vorhees doesn’t have ideal coordination between his upper and lower body and is often overeager to land an initial punch and struggles against counter moves.
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