2021 Scouting Reports

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Reports: Marvin Wilson

Marvin Wilson Scouting Report After deciding against entering the 2020 NFL Draft, Wilson will likely be taken taken on day two in 2021. A divisive prospect, dive into the Marvin Wilson scouting report below. School: Florida State / Position: DL / Height: 6’3” / Weight: 319 / Class: Sr. Games Watched: Miami (2020), Georgia Tech (2020), Louisville (2019), North Carolina (2020) Pass Rush:  As is the case with almost all facets of Wilson’s game, he was a much better pass rusher in 2019 then he was in 2020. In the 2019 film, he displays the ability to be an impact player as a pass...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Alijah Vera-Tucker

Alijah Vera-Tucker Scouting Report A slightly undersized offensive tackle coming from USC, dive into the Alijah Vera-Tucker scouting report below to see his strengths, weaknesses and thoughts on a potential position switch. School: USC / Position: OL / Height: 6’4” / Weight: 300 / Class: rJr. Games Watched: Utah (2020), Oregon (2020), UCLA (2020) Pass Blocking:  AJT is an accomplished pass protector despite his perceived physical limitations. He has a terrific kick step with feet that are always moving and hands that hit hard. He will, at times, lose reps due to his lack of length when longer rushers get their hands on him...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Alex Leatherwood

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) Pass Blocking:  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...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Jaelan Phillips

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) Pass Rush: 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...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Clemson OT Jackson Carman

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) Pass Blocking:  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...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Stanford WR Simi Fehoko

Every year in the NFL Draft, we see an NFL wide receiver that measures off the charts and looks insane on film. For instance, D.K. Metcalf, who measured 6'3" at the NFL Combine, then ran a 4.33 40-yard dash. This year, Stanford's Simi Fehoko could be that type of prospect, as we'll explain in this 2021 NFL Draft scouting report. Over the next few pages, we'll examine Fehoko's high school recruitment and collegiate career. Next, we'll turn on the game film and identify what we like, as well as what we don't like, on tape. Finally, we'll look at some...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: USC WR Tyler Vaughns

The University of Southern California had built an offense around Kedon Slovis and Amon-Ra St Brown. While these two athletes figure to be sought after NFL Draft prospects, there are several others within the program that deserve some recognition. Tyler Vaughns is an outside receiver that performs rather well, despite not being a top offensive target, as we'll explains in this scouting report. Below, we'll breakdown Tyler Vaughn's high school recruiting and collegiate background. Next, we'll look at some game film as we identify what we like, as well as what we don't like. Finally, we'll look at some pros...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Michigan WR Nico Collins

Earlier this year, at the Reese's Senior Bowl, several future NFL stars stood out. However, as we'll explain in this scouting report, one 2021 NFL Draft prospect, Michigan's Nico Collins, consistently made plays throughout the week. More importantly, Collins earned high praise from NFL decision-makers for his ability to make plays and create separation as a wide receiver. In this scouting report, we'll breakdown what makes Nico Collins a special NFL Draft prospect. We'll examine his collegiate career, even going all the way back to when he was a high school recruit. Next, we'll turn on the game film and...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: USC WR Amon-Ra St Brown

In the early 2000's, the University of Southern California produced a ton of quality NFL talent. Players such as Reggie Bush, Ryan Kalil, Mike Williams, Carson Palmer, and Troy Polamalu all played at The Coliseum. While the USC teams of today don't quite measure up to that level of talent, they're still loaded with quality NFL Draft prospects. As we'll breakdown in this scouting report, Amon-Ra St Brown, one of their top wide receivers, has a chance to break the mold and become a top 2021 NFL Draft prospect. In this scouting report, we'll examine St Brown's back ground as...

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman

There are many identifiable traits that NFL scouts look for in wide receivers. For instance, quickness and acceleration off the line of scrimmage, as well as through the stem of the route, are key. Furthermore, traits such as a large catch radius and crisp route running are extremely important. As we'll explain in this scouting report, NFL Draft prospect Rashod Bateman possesses all of these traits, which is why he's one of the top receivers in this class. In this report, we'll examine Bateman's background and collegiate career. Next, we'll turn on the game tape and identify those key...
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