Alex Leatherwood Scouting Report
A long term fixture on the Alabama offensive line, Alex Leatherwood enters the NFL. Likely being selected on day two, dive into the Alex Leatherwood Scouting Report below to see his strengths, weaknesses and overall assessment below.
School: Alabama / Position: OT / Height: 6’6” / Weight: 312 / Class: Sr.
Games Watched: Notre Dame (2020), Auburn (2020), Ohio State (2020)
As a pass blocker, Leatherwood almost had two different assignments while in school. While protecting for Tua two years ago, he was essentially a RT since he was protecting for a left handed quarterback. However, when blocking...
Jaelan Phillips Scouting Report
After a tumultuous collegiate career that included a transfer and my injuries, Phillips enters the NFL Draft with lots of questions. One of the biggest wildcards in the 2021 class, dive into Jaelan Phillips Scouting Report below.
School: Miami (Fl.) / Position: EDGE / Height: 6’5” / Weight: 266 / Class: Jr.
Games Watched: Clemson (2020), NC State (2020), Virginia Tech (2020)
A truly great pass rusher at the college level. He does a fantastic job of winning with speed as well as power and has tremendous understanding of how to use his hands. His burst paired with...
Jackson Carman Scouting Report
After protecting Trevor Lawrence's blindside for the last two years, Jackson Carman enters the NFL. With a likely selection on day two, dive into the Jackson Carman scouting report below to see his strengths, weaknesses and pro potential.
School: Clemson / Position: OL / Height: 6’5” / Weight: 345 / Class: Jr.
Games Watched: Miami (2020), Notre Dame (2020)
When projecting for Carman to move inside to guard, he becomes a better pass protector. When playing at tackle however, he operated mostly out of 45 degree sets to take advantage of his aggressiveness. Lacks the foot speed and...
Yes, the headline reads like a hot take due to names such as Najee Harris and Travis Etienne taking up the spotlight. However, when we dive into the film, North Carolina's Javonte Williams displays incredible natural ability as a runner, and ultimately, that's why I have him as my top running back in the 2021 NFL Draft.
In the NFL, the best running backs are those who can consistently break tackles and create yards after contact. This, is where Williams thrives as at UNC he broke tackles at and unprecedented rate. In his final collegiate season, Pro Football Focus...
The 2021 NFL Draft class is one of the most anticipated in a long time, especially at the quarterback position. In the case of Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields, it feels as if we have been waiting for them to enter the NFL, while Trey Lance and Zach Wilson have skyrocketed up draft boards over the past few seasons. However, all four are full of natural talent in their own right, which only adds to a class that promises to cause debate for years to come.
Before we get into the rankings I would just like to point out that...
The 2021 NFL Draft is full of playmaking wide receiver talent. Most evaluators assume that the top two guys are Alabama's Devonta Smith and LSU's Jamarr Chase. Devonta Smith is in the midst of an incredible season. In fact, he may become the first WR since 1996 to win the Heisman Trophy. This season, Smith has 105 catches, 1,641 yards and 20 touchdowns in just twelve games. Chase is an uber talented player in his own right and is coming off a strong 2019 season. Last season, Chase recorded 84 receptions for 1,780 yards and 20 touchdowns. Therefore, despite...