- Combines strength and footwork to fill holes inside, as well. Recovers from cut blocks or falling on his way to make a tackle.
- Plays with leverage at the point of attack whether inside or outside. Keeps eyes in the backfield when inside; moves linemen to either side with strong hands.
- Can make the impressive chest-to-chest bear hug tackle in the hole due to his ability to wreak havoc in the backfield.
- Played with good leverage, even on the nose, despite average bulk. Hustle defender with a good bull rush inside that can close and get home when quarterbacks leave the pocket.
- Surprising initial quickness off the snap. Relies mostly on a simple bull rush at this point, which is quite effective in collapsing the pocket.
- He struggles with leverage off the snap and plays too tall, limiting his effectiveness as a pass rusher.
- Isn't able to consistently shed blocks and makes plays in the hole.
- Might be limited to one-gap systems. Agility isn't a question but misses tackles when he doesn't square and break down.
- Must improve hand use and read-and-react skills. Lacks the violent hands to shed and can be eliminated by double-team blocks.
- Good strength, though his marginal arm length limits his ability to grab hold of ballcarriers as they run by.
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