Draft Profile: BioSouth Carolina had one of the best defensive lines in the SEC last season and Kingsley Enagbare was a major reason for that.
Enagbare only started one game last year but he finished the 2019 season with 27 tackles and 3.5 sacks and that while only playing as a rotational end. With Javon Kinlaw (49ers) and D.J Wonnum (Vikings) now in the NFL, Enagbare will get the chance to start.
Enagbare will likely show he can handle being a starter and not just a rotational rush end in the SEC and if he can, he could make an impact in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- Flashes strength at the point of attack with active, violent hand use. Forceful with his upper body to defeat blocks. Strong hustle player.
- Good not great quickness and change of direction agility. Chases, using a long spin move to clear blocks. Low, strong off the line.
- Has fluid footwork to redirect, reverse momentum and close with a burst. Regularly first off the ball with good snap anticipation.
- Challenges inside with quickness and strong hands. Run-and-chase defender who can leave a mark.
- Offers some versatility, rushing from a two-and three-point stance with the playing speed to stand up in space. Flashes strength as a bull rusher and his energy doesn't plateau.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- Never out of a play, but can get out of control and work himself away from the action.
- Rarely the first player off the snap, even when lined up over the ball, but his length, effort and short-area quickness still pressures double teams and helps penetrate gaps.
- Will take unneeded wide angles.
- Doesn't change direction easily. Can be late off the snap.
- Plays tall and gets upright off the snap. Wins with upper-body strength and needs to focus on leverage.
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