2021 NFL Draft | Pac-12 Scouting Reports: Oregon Ducks
For information on Oregon defensive tackle Austin Faoliu, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Oregon cornerback Deommodore Lenoir, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Hunter Kampmoyer NFL Draft Scouting Report | Tight End
Positives: Part-time starter the past two seasons. Well-rounded tight end with average size and play speed. Displays terrific blocking vision, is effective in motion, and plays with leverage as well as proper pad level. Displays good route discipline, fights to come away with the contested grab, and extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame. Tough and plays smart, heads-up football.
Negatives: Plays to one speed and cannot run to the long throw. Not a dominant blocker.
Analysis: Kampmoyer displayed consistent progress in his game, but comes with marginal athleticism and measurables. Well-rounded in all aspects of the game, he could make a roster as a third tight end.
For information on Oregon safety Jevon Holland, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Oregon defensive tackle Jordon Scott, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Nick Pickett NFL Draft Scouting Report | Safety
Positives: Three-year starter who was a tackling machine for Oregon. Solid-sized safety who plays heads-up football. Tracks the pass in the air, works well with cornerbacks in coverage, and possesses a good burst to the ball. Terrific run defender who wraps up tackling, bringing opponents down in space. Keeps the action in front of him, takes proper angles, and plays smart as well as tough football. Constantly around the action making positive plays.
Negatives: Lacks deep and recovery speed. Slow getting to the flanks and usually a half-step late arriving on the scene.
Analysis: Pickett is an understated safety with a well-rounded game, but he has poor next-level play speed. He’d be effective in a zone system or as a traditional strong safety, and Pickett’s heady play gives him an edge at the next level.
For information on Oregon offensive lineman Penei Sewell, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Oregon cornerback Thomas Graham Jr., check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
2021 NFL Draft | Pac-12 Scouting Reports: Oregon State Beavers
For information on Oregon State EDGE Hamilcar Rashed Jr., check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Isaiah Dunn NFL Draft Scouting Report | Cornerback
Positives: Part-time starter the past four seasons. Hard-working cornerback who is best facing the action. Physical, competes to break up throws, and possesses a solid closing burst. Quick up the field, gives effort defending the run, and wraps up tackling.
Negatives: Gives a large cushion and also gives up inside positioning. Tends to do a lot of chasing down the field. Struggles getting his head back around to locate the pass.
Analysis: Dunn has flashed skill yet never really took his game to the next level. He’s a zone cornerback who will have to make his mark on special teams.
For information on Oregon State running back Jermar Jefferson, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Korbin Sorensen NFL Draft Scouting Report | Offensive Line
Positives: Portland State transfer who barely saw the field last season. Nice-sized blocker who shows a lot of ability in a small area. Explosive at the point, attacks assignments, and stays square. Strong, anchors in pass protection and opens up running lanes.
Negatives: Heavy-footed and lumbers around the field. Doesn’t bend his knees or get leverage on opponents.
Analysis: Sorensen dominated at the small-school level, then saw limited action with Oregon State last year. He possesses the size and strength for the next level, but must learn to block with knee bend and leverage.
Nathan Eldridge NFL Draft Scouting Report | Offensive Line
Positives: Arizona transfer who started seven games for Oregon State last season. Fundamentally-sound blocker with limited upside. Bends his knees, stays square and gets leverage on opponents. Keeps his feet moving and effectively seals opponents from the action. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with teammates. Effective with the shotgun snap.
Negatives: Lacks footwork in space. Does not possess a dominant base and struggles finishing blocks or getting movement run blocking.
Analysis: Eldridge was a consistent lineman since his days at Arizona, and while he lacks great upside, he has the football acumen and intensity to back up at center or guard.
For information on Oregon State cornerback Nahshon Wright, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Trevon Bradford NFL Draft Scouting Report | Wide Receiver
Positives: Part-time starter the past two seasons who was used as a receiver and a returner; he was also asked to carry the ball. Utility player with average size and play speed. Quickly gets off the line of scrimmage and immediately gets to top speed. Follows the quarterback across the field and finds the opening in the defense.
Tracks the pass in the air, extends his hands to make the reception away from his frame, and keeps the play inbounds to pick up positive yardage after the catch. Consistent hands catcher who displays solid eye/hand coordination.
Negatives: Lacks size and strength and loses out in battles. Does not always come away with the difficult catch or contested throw. Plays to one speed and lacks a deep burst. Must improve his route running.
Analysis: Bradford was a consistent pass catcher who was used in a variety of roles at Oregon State. He’s not dynamic, but he’s a consistent player who could be used in a timing offense at receiver while also doubling up as a return specialist.
2021 NFL Draft | Pac-12 Scouting Reports: Stanford Cardinal
Curtis Robinson NFL Draft Scouting Report | Linebacker
Positives: Two-year starter who had his 2018 campaign ended by injury. Nice-sized linebacker who showed a lot of improvement in his game last season. Effectively reads the action, fills the correct gaps against the run, and displays a lot of toughness. Squares into ball handlers and brings them down at the point of attack.
Aggressive, breaks down well, and plays with force up the field. Displays good change-of-direction skills and solid pursuit speed. Takes proper angles to the play. Relatively effective in coverage, keeping the action in front of him and remaining disciplined with assignments.
Negatives: Struggles taking on blocks and slow to disengage. Lacks flat-out deep speed.
Analysis: Robinson is not highly considered in scouting circles but has enough ability and smarts to make a roster as a nickel linebacker/special teams player.
For information on Stanford quarterback Davis Mills, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Stanford center Drew Dalman, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Stanford offensive tackle Foster Sarell, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Stanford cornerback Paulson Adebo, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Malik Antoine NFL Draft Scouting Report | Safety
Positives: Three-year starter and former All-Academic selection. Tough run-defending safety with average size and play speed. Quick to read and diagnose, takes proper angles, and wraps up tackling. Very aggressive up the field, displays a closing burst, and quickly arrives to the action. Remains disciplined and keeps plays in front of him.
Negatives: Not a stout tackler and drags down opponents. Gets caught up in the trash and is easily blocked from the action. Lacks deep and recovery speed.
Analysis: Antoine was a consistent safety at Stanford, but lacks the physical skills for the next level. He projects as a traditional strong safety who must make his mark on special teams.
For information on Stanford wide receiver Simi Fehoko, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on Stanford offensive lineman Walker Little, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
2021 NFL Draft | Pac-12 Scouting Reports: UCLA Bruins
For information on UCLA cornerback Demetric Felton, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
For information on UCLA defensive tackle Osa Odighizwa, check out his 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
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