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DT Derrick Nnadi NFL Draft Profile

Strengths: Derrick Nnadi eats double teams with his ability to use his natural leverage (he’s short.) He uses his strong anchor to hold his ground while being blocked by multiple 300-plus pound linemen. He seems to do well diagnosing blocking schemes, which shows that he prepares himself well before stepping onto the field. He is also one of the more active interior defenders, attempting to run down ball carriers from sideline to sideline. Although he is short (for an NFL lineman), he is still able to get his hands inside of a blockers pads and long arm him to keep his distance. He is able to get a hand free while still being engaged to get a paw on the ball carrier at the point of attack to make the tackle. Nnadi is tenacious when lined up directly over top of the center, and does a good job keeping his legs churning to collapse the pocket straight up the middle. Weaknesses: Nnadi’s strength of natural leverage can also be a weakness, as there will be questions about what kind ofRead More


WR Marcell Ateman NFL Draft Profile

Marcell Ateman - WR

Strengths: Ateman possesses elite size at somewhere between 6’3″ and 6’4″ and 220 to 230 pounds in a lean, muscular frame. He does a good job of using that frame and strength before, during, and after the catch. He uses it well at the stem of the route when covered tightly to gain distance between he and the defensive back without pushing off, and his physicality can frustrate opponents into getting “handsy.” Ateman also does a good job of using his frame to shield off defenders at the catch point. His lower body strength allows him to shake off reach tackles and he has the upper body strength to sit defenders down with a stiff arm. Ateman is also a very underrated route runner when it comes to routes coming back towards the line of scrimmage. He does and outstanding job of finding the sticks and before sinking his hips and taking his long plant foot stride and coming back to the ball. Oklahoma State showed their fondness for him in the offense specifically on third down, where he received aRead More


Ogbonnia Okoronkwo NFL Draft Profile

Ogbonnia Okoronkwo - Edge

ED NOTE: Combine Results is temp … editor will move it to players tag and set sticky post Combine Results: 40 Yard Dash – X.XX seconds Bench Press – XX Reps (225 lbs) Vertical Jump – XX.X Inches Broad Jump – XXX.X Inches 3 Cone Drill – X.XX Seconds Ogbonnia Okoronkwo – EDGE – Oklahoma Height – 6’1″ Weight – 240 lbs Click Here for NFL Combine Stats Strengths: Ogbonnia “Obo” Okoronkwo has a motor that absolutely NEVER quits. Obo possesses excellent lateral quickness that allows him to set blockers up both inside and outside, even making them completely whiff at times. His ankle flexibility and natural leverage allows him to capture the edge and sneak underneath of the tackles punch. He shows the ability to stay parallel to the line of scrimmage and keep his outside arm free in order to set the edge in run defense. Obo shows that he can play off of both the left and right side of the line equally, adding to his versatility as an all around pass rusher. He also does a good job ofRead More