Thread: DT in 1st rd.
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Old 02-07-2013   #3
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Default Re: DT in 1st rd.

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Originally Posted by Playoffs View Post


John Jenkins, 6-3/359, Defensive Tackle. Georgia

John Jenkins Scouting Report by Charlie Campbell - more info at link

Strengths:
  • Overwhelming size and strength
  • Can't be moved off line of scrimmage
  • Tremendous run-defender
  • Surprising explosiveness
  • Extremely rare athlete
  • Good quickness
  • Quick feet
  • Good get off
  • Can collapse the pocket as a pass-rusher
  • Fabulous bull rush
  • Huge bulk
  • Constantly fills his gap
  • Very agile
  • Requires multiple blockers
  • Perfect fit as a zero-technique in a 3-4
  • Ready to play immediately in the NFL
  • Incredibly hard to move at line of scrimmage
  • Scheme versatility
Weaknesses:
  • Not much pass-rushing production
  • Conditioning
  • Will need to be rotated to stay fresh
  • Motor?
I have yet to see Jenkins play a good game. In Senior Bowl he looked every pound of his weight. In my eval I wrote "fat, slow= no." Brandon Williams otoh looked quick and strong at 341lbs. I am down to three DTs: Short, B Williams and Sylvester Williams.
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