Scouting Reports

2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Stone Forsythe

When it seemed like all of the top tackle talents for the 2021 NFL Draft were known, Stone Forsythe came onto the scene. He is a very late riser into the late day-two conversation, jumping ahead on some boards of Walker Little and James Hudson.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Jabril Cox

Going from the best team in the FCS to the former best team in the FBS, Jabril Cox has a respectable background. NFL teams will certainly take notice of his ability to adapt and lift up a locker room. The mentality is there, but is the talent worth anything higher than a late day two selection?

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Gregory Rousseau

Once thought of by many as one of the first pass rushers expected to be off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft, Gregory Rousseau has begun to see his stock slip. However, with tremendous height and length at 6’7″, he possesses both the athleticism and explosiveness to be an impact player at the NFL level.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Cade Johnson  

South Dakota State didn’t play in 2020 due to Covid-19, however, that did not stop Cade Johnson from improving his draft stock as he was able to participate in the 2021 Senior Bowl. During the Senior Bowl, he showed the ability to compete and dominant better competition and did it consistently throughout the week. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Najee Harris

While the Heisman trophy seemed to be a battle consisting of Mac Jones and DeVonta Smith, a crucial name just a few spots behind was Najee Harris. The star running back led the ground attack of the most powerful offense college may have ever seen.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Charles Snowden

Charles Snowden is an extremely intriguing prospect. The most noticeable thing about the guy is his size. Snowden doesn’t wow you coming off the edge, or dropping back in coverage, but he does both things very well and that length will make NFL teams drool over him. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Cornell Powell

Cornell Powell is a receiver who was hidden in the Clemson depth chart for the first four years of his collegiate career. The small sample size can be a bit scary and he certainly has room to improve in certain areas, but because of his breakout year and measurable, he is a guy who has risen up teams’ boards in the past few weeks. 

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Drake Jackson

The 2021 offensive line class is a great one. Teams can find plenty of options on days two and three to plug and play into their starting lineups. A great example of a player in this class that will be drafted on day three that can be a starter right from the jump is Kentucky’s Drake Jackson.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Shaun Wade

After opting to stick around at Ohio State for 2020, Shaun Wade has seen his draft stock take a noticeable hit. Now Wade could see himself as one of the draft’s top sleeper picks just weeks out.

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2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: T.J. Vasher

Vasher is a basketball power-forward type of receiver, where he’s able to high point the football and able to secure the catch. The tools and size are there to develop, however, there should be some concern over play strength, release, and when cornerbacks get physical with him.

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