Big 12 Scouting Reports for 2021 NFL Draft

2021 NFL Draft | Big 12 Scouting Reports: Oklahoma Sooners

For information on Oklahoma offensive lineman Adrian Ealy, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

For information on Oklahoma offensive lineman Creed Humphrey, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

Erik Swenson NFL Draft Scouting Report | Offensive Line

Positives: Large, wide-bodied college tackle who projects to guard. Strong and stays square. Turns defenders from their angles of attack and anchors in pass protection. Sets with a wide base, keeps his feet moving, and effectively uses his hands. Makes proper use of angles, always looks for someone to hit, and plays tough football.

Negatives: Does not play with much knee bend or leverage. Lacks footwork off the edge. Exploited by quick or nimble opponents.

Analysis: Swenson was a solid left tackle for Oklahoma and got the most from his ability, but he comes with limited upside. His size, power, and understanding of blocking give Swenson an opportunity to catch on as a backup guard.

For information on Oklahoma running back Rhamondre Stevenson, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

For information on Oklahoma EDGE Ronnie Perkins, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

For information on Oklahoma cornerback Tre Brown, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

2021 NFL Draft | Big 12 Scouting Reports: Oklahoma State Cowboys

For information on Oklahoma State linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

Calvin Bundage NFL Draft Scouting Report | Linebacker

Positives: Explosive, athletic linebacker whose recent college career was highlighted by inconsistency and injury. Fast, displays speed moving in every direction, and flashes suddenness in his game. Sells out on the blitz, fires up the field, and possesses an explosive closing burst. Sells out making tackles.

Negatives: Was a nonfactor the past two seasons. Better making plays up the field than in reverse.

Analysis: After the 2018 season, Bundage looked like a legitimate next-level linebacker and was given a draftable grade by scouts this summer, despite missing the 2019 season with an injury. He possesses the size and play speed, but must get his game back to where it was in 2018 to have a chance at the next level.

Cameron Murray NFL Draft Scouting Report | Defensive Tackle

Positives: Hard-working college lineman with average size and speed. Fires off the snap, displays a closing burst, and works his hands to get off blocks. Tough to handle, gives effort defending the run, and displays good change-of-direction skills.

Negatives: Does not play with leverage and makes himself an easy target to block. Doesn’t make plays outside the box.

Analysis: Murray gets the most from his ability, but lacks any outstanding physical characteristics to his game. He possesses limited upside, but his approach and explosion could help him find a home on the inside on a four-man line.

For information on Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

For information on Oklahoma State wide receiver Dillon Stoner, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

L.D. Brown NFL Draft Scouting Report | Running Back

Positives: Rotational ball carrier who was a solid special teamer for Oklahoma State. Displays good vision and solid short-area quickness, and finds the running lanes. Takes off upfield, keeps his feet moving, and darts around defenders or piles to create yardage. Possesses a burst of speed, runs hard on the inside, and breaks arm tackles. Drives his shoulders into defenders to knock them off the ball and falls forward when tackled.

Negatives: Not a fluid cutback runner and more of a downhill ball carrier. Marginally productive throughout his college career and was never more than a rotational back.

Analysis: Brown possesses solid size and deceptive power, and played well on coverage units for Oklahoma State. He’s a longshot to make an NFL roster, but offers possibilities as fifth back/special teams player.

For information on Oklahoma State cornerback Rodarius Williams, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

Tay Martin NFL Draft Scouting Report | Wide Receiver

Positives: Washington State transfer coming off a slightly disappointing season. Nice-sized receiver who has flashed next-level skill as a receiver. Fluid releasing off the line of scrimmage, quickly gets into breaks, and runs sharp routes. Comes back into the clearing, extends his hands and exposes himself to the big hit in order to make the reception. Gets vertical, displays good eye/hand coordination, and effectively uses the sidelines.

Negatives: Lacks deep speed and a second gear. Turned in just one productive season despite playing in college offenses that loved throwing the ball.

Analysis: After a solid career at Washington State, Martin struggled to get playing time with the Cowboys last year and was minimally productive. He possesses enough skill as well as the body type to line up as a fifth receiver, but Martin must consistently produce at a high level.

For information on Oklahoma State offensive lineman Teven Jenkins, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

For information on Oklahoma State wide receiver Tylan Wallace, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

2021 NFL Draft | Big 12 Scouting Reports: TCU Horned Frogs

For information on TCU safety Ar’Darius Washington, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

Artayvious Lynn NFL Draft Scouting Report | Tight End

Positives: Nice-sized tight end who stood out as a blocker for TCU. Starts with good knee bend, squares into opponents, and works blocks. Strong, keeps his head on a swivel, and always looks for someone to hit. Explosive, stays square and seals opponents from the action. Settles into the open spot of the field and extends and exposes himself to the big hit, yet pulls the ball from the air. Adjusts to the errant throw and gives effort after the catch.

Negatives: Lacks speed and a burst. Rumbles around the field.

Analysis: Lynn is more like a sixth offensive lineman on the field rather than a tight end, and he projects as a No. 3 at his position used in short-yardage situations.

For information on TCU tight end Garret Wallow, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

Pro Wells NFL Draft Scouting Report | Tight End

Positives: Athletic tight end who was minimally productive the past two seasons. Runs well, displays good speed on the field, and splits the seam of the defense. Gets vertical to grab the ball out of the air, catches the pass away from his frame, and makes a lot of athletic plays.

Fluid, smooth, and easily adjusts to the errant throw. Makes the difficult reception with defenders draped on his back. Displays soft and strong hands. Fires out to the second level, plays with good knee bend, and gets results blocking when he puts his mind to it.

Negatives: Doesn’t work blocks hard all the time. Was never a big part of the TCU passing offense, and in many ways, underachieved.

Analysis: Wells is a smooth, athletic tight end with size and pass-catching skill, but his game is unpolished. He would have benefited from another year at TCU, and the curve is going to be very steep for him at the next level. In a worst-case scenario, Wells is worth stashing on the practice squad for future development.

For information on TCU safety Trevon Moehrig, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.

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