Luke Masterson
Luke Masterson  S  Wake Forest | NFL Draft 2022 Souting Report - Portrait Image
Luke Masterson
Height
6-2
Weight
231
College
Wake Forest
Position
S
Class
Senior
Home town
Naples, FL
61.0/100
Player Rating
99
PositionRank (DB)
4.65
FortyYD Time
Interceptions
Interception YDS
Passes Defensed
Tackles
85
Sol tackles
57

Luke Masterson S Wake Forest | NFL Draft Profile & Scouting Report

Luke Masterson S Wake Forest
NFL Draft Profile & Scouting Report

ROLE: Zone Box/Strong Safety
Last Updated: 01/20/2022
Draft Year: 2022
40 time: 4.65 seconds (21%*)
Age: 26.1 DOB: 01/07/1998
Measurables:
Height: 6-2 (79%*) Weight: 231 (96%*)
Hands: 9 2/8 (45%*) Arm: 31 1/8 (38%*) Span: 76 (50%*)
Forty: 4.65 (P) (21%*)
Vertical: 34.5 (P) (35%*)
Three Cone: 7.00 (P) (48%*)
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(C) - NFL Combine (P) - Pro Day (O) - Other (HS) -Estimated from High School Combine
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Pro-Day Results
Last Updated: 01/20/2022
Draft Year: 2022
40 time: 4.65 seconds (21%*)
Age: 26.1 DOB: 01/07/1998
Measurables:
0% 100%
Height: 6-2 (79%*) Weight: 231 (96%*)
Hands: 9 2/8 (45%*) Arm: 31 1/8 (38%*)
Span: 76 (50%*)
Forty: 4.65 (P) (21%*)
Vertical: 34.5 (P) (35%*)
3 Cone: 7.00 (P) (48%*)
(C) - NFL Combine (P) - Pro Day (O) - Other
(HS) -Estimated from High School Combine
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Pro-Day Results
Overall Rating: 61.0 / 100
Average rating of opposition Offense player has faced
Offense Rating:
77%
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QB Rating When targeted: 129.1
Tackling:
57%
Run Defense:
50%
Coverage:
59%
Zone:
61%
Man/Press:
54%
DRAFT PROJECTION: UDFA
Overall Rank: #482 Position rank: #99
College Games: 35 College Snaps: 1855
Strengths
  • Possesses a versatile skill set to play in various zone and man coverage - good size match up against bigger targets.
  • Good hustle player who puts himself in the action when he's not directly involved. Knows how to use his height and vertical leap.
  • Strong enough to redirect receivers at the line and camouflage his average speed.
  • Looks the part with prototypical size and strength for a strong safety - long arms with a fil led-out frame. Extremely strong with natural power to make punishing hits.
  • Fills run lanes hard and is a downhill athlete with an aggressive nature at the point of attack.
Weaknesses
  • Opens his hips too early and allows himself to get turned around in coverage.
  • Will slip off tackles and needs to finish more consistently.
  • Questionable technique and he gets lazy with fundamentals, sometimes getting high in his backpedal and will breach the coverage call seeking flashy plays
  • Needs to get stronger. Too easily lost in the trash. Not a sudden athlete and shows body stiffness when attempting to quickly redirect.
  • He is very disruptive at all levels of the field, and his versatile experience will be enticing, but a lot of teams will see more tweener traits than versatile ability.

Luke Masterson percentiles vs other Safety's (NFL Combine historically - higher value represents better perfomance)

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How other scouting services rate Luke Masterson (Overall Rank)

All Scouts AverageOverall Rank
498.0
All Scouts AveragePosition Rank
113.0
*Percentile Ranking in Player's Position Group (NFL Combine Historical Data): This percentile reflects how a player's specific statistics rank in comparison to historical performances at the NFL Combine, specifically within their position group. A higher percentile indicates a better performance. For instance, being in the 90th percentile for a particular stat means the player outperformed 90% of their peers in that category.

*Similarity Percentage: This percentage is calculated based on a comprehensive analysis of various factors, including height, weight, 40-yard dash times, on-field performance statistics, and overall player rating. The analysis is conducted against our database of draft prospects from 2021 to 2023. This similarity score helps in evaluating how closely a current prospect aligns with past prospects. It is important to note, however, that this score reflects similarities based on college production and attributes, and does not account for eventual success or performance in the NFL.