- Coordinated with smooth movement skills. High-effort rusher and works through the whistle. Relentless worker, fighting off blocks and battling to the ball.
- Flashes upper-body strength to rip and has the punch to push through interior linemen on stunts and twists.
- His strength up and down the line of scrimmage, and quickness for his size, make him a mid- to late-round target.
- Strong tackler. Has good power in hands and can anchor, shed, and chase.
- Average quickness and power and his bull rush will be stonewalled. Comes off the snap high, losing leverage.
- Has a good feel for the game with the anticipation and instincts to survive despite average at best size for an NFL defensive end.
- Hands aren't strong or active enough to disengage consistently. Gets good push, but will not bull rush NFL tackles.
- Has limited athleticism and range. Lacks natural explosion or first-step burst to consistently threaten the edge.
- Misses tackles, even when he gets his hands on the ballcarrier. Needs to improve hand placement and technique.
- Lacks ideal height, length and overall frame for the position. Short, doesn't have the chiseled body type ideal for the position.
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