Tulane 2022 NFL Draft Scouting Reports include Corey Dublin and Jaylon Monroe

The Tulane Green Wave scouting reports for the 2022 NFL Draft include some late-round prospects on the defensive side of the football.

After a season where the Green Wave tied for the worst record in the American Atheltic Conference at 2-10 overall, the list of Tulane prospects that might see their names called at the 2022 NFL Draft is not long. Here are Tulane’s scouting reports for the few players that stood out this year and decided to head towards the NFL.

Tulane 2022 NFL Draft Scouting Reports

Tulane‘s scouting reports include some late-round defensive players and a raw offensive line prospect.

Corey Dublin, OL

Positives: Nasty small-area blocker who is strong, explosive at the point, and knocks defenders from their angles of attack. Quickly gets into blocks, keeps his head on a swivel, and plays with a nasty attitude.

Negatives: Cannot redirect or adjust and gets beaten by quick or nimble opponents. Not effective pulling across the line of scrimmage or blocking in motion.

Analysis: Dublin is a power-gap blocker with limited size, athleticism, and upside.

Jaylon Monroe, DB

Positives: Undersized cornerback with solid ball skills. Quick pedaling in reverse, flips his hips in transition, and displays a solid burst to the ball. Mixes it up with receivers throughout the route and stays on the opponent’s hip out of breaks. Gives effort against the run.

Negatives: Possesses marginal playing speed and does a lot of trailing in downfield coverage. Consistently face guards and is slow getting his head back around to locate the pass in the air.

Analysis: Monroe is a feisty corner with solid ball skills, but he has size limitations. He offers possibilities in a zone system but must play well on special teams to make a roster.

Joseph Dorceus, DL

Positives: Undersized 3-technique tackle prospect who makes plays all over the field. Super quick, fires off the snap, and plays with terrific pad level. Consistently gets leverage on opponents, displays good change-of-direction skills, and easily moves laterally to pursue plays into space. Works his hands throughout the action and shows a closing burst.

Negatives: Lacks size, strength, and bulk. Easily washed from the action by a single blocker. Possesses limited growth potential.

Analysis: Dorceus was a feisty college defensive lineman who got the most from his ability, yet he may not have a true position at the next level. He’s strictly a 3-technique tackle and solely a backup on Sundays.

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