DE Joseph Ossai, Texas (6’4”, 253)

Background: Rotated into the defense over twenty games as a freshman, going 20-1.0-1.0, before taking over a starting role the following year. Put together a 90-13.5-5.0 line, adding two interceptions. Followed that up with 55-15.5-5.5 as a junior over nine games before declaring for the draft. Also has five career forced fumbles, three of whichContinue reading “DE Joseph Ossai, Texas (6’4”, 253)”

DE Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh (6’5”, 260)

Background: Played sparingly as a freshman, then rotated into the defense the following year and went 22-7.0-3.5. Became a major contributor starting in 2019, posting 41-11.5-8.5, then posted a nearly identical line as a senior: 42-12.5-9.0. Positives: Very well-built defensive end with excellent musculature. Had very consistent, high level output over the past two seasons.Continue reading “DE Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh (6’5”, 260)”

DE Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh (6’5”, 270)

Background: Played tight end in high school. Has been producing since his redshirt freshman season, a 28-6.0-3.0 campaign. Followed that up with 47-14.0-6.5 as a sophomore, then missed the 2019 season with a torn ACL before coming back and posting a massive 34-14.0-7.5 over just nine games as a senior. Positives: Comes with three yearsContinue reading “DE Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh (6’5”, 270)”

DL Levi Onwuzurike, Washington (6’3”, 290)

Background: Redshirted, then appeared in nine games and finished the year with a line of 16-2.0-3.5. Started four of thirteen games played the following year, posting 34-6.5-3.0. Followed that up with 45-6.0-2.0 as a junior before opting out of his senior season. Positives: Has two seasons of solid production under his belt. Has pretty solidContinue reading “DL Levi Onwuzurike, Washington (6’3”, 290)”

DL Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA (6’2”, 279)

Background: Brother is former pro lineman Owa Odighizuwa. Redshirted, then appeared in seven games as a freshman before stepping into a bigger role the following year, finishing with a line of 29-6.0-3.0. Followed that up with a 46-10.0-3.5 line as a junior, then went 30-6.0-4.0 over seven games as a senior to conclude his collegeContinue reading “DL Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA (6’2”, 279)”

DT Alim McNeill, North Carolina St.* (6’2”, 320)

Background: Played inside linebacker in high school. Has been a major contributor since his first season in school, posting a 24-5.5-3.5 line as a freshman, then following that up with campaigns of 28-7.5-5.5 and 25-4.5-1.0 as a sophomore and junior before declaring for the draft. Positives: Productive in each of his three seasons at school,Continue reading “DT Alim McNeill, North Carolina St.* (6’2”, 320)”

DT Darius Stills, West Virginia (6’1”, 285)

Background: Appeared in nine games as a freshman, then followed that up with 12-3.5-1.0 as a rotational reserve in 2018. Stepped into the starting nose tackle role and went 43-12.0-6.0 as a junior, then posted 25-7.5-3.5 as a senior. Positives: Productive defensive lineman who plays everything from the zero-technique to five-technique. Was on the fieldContinue reading “DT Darius Stills, West Virginia (6’1”, 285)”

DT Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh* (6’2”, 290)

Background: Redshirted, then rotated into the defense the following year before stepping into a starting role and posting an impressive 41-12.0-10.5 line in what turned out to be his final season, deciding to forego the 2020 season and declare for the draft. Positives: Was very productive in his one year as a starter. Plays onContinue reading “DT Jaylen Twyman, Pittsburgh* (6’2”, 290)”

DT Jay Tufele, Southern California* (6’3”, 315)

Background: Missed his senior season of high school with a torn ligament in his foot but was still considered a four- or five-star recruit, then redshirted his first season at USC. Was a major contributor in both seasons he played with the Trojans. Put up a line of 23-4.5-3.0 as a freshman, and saw hisContinue reading “DT Jay Tufele, Southern California* (6’3”, 315)”

DT Marvin Wilson, Florida St. (6’5”, 305)

Background: Five-star recruit who rotated in lightly over twelve games as a freshman, then started five of twelve games the next year, finishing with a line of 41-4.0-3.5. Started nine games before sustaining a season-ending injury as a junior, and started five of six games as a senior before sustaining another injury, posting 44-8.5-5.0 asContinue reading “DT Marvin Wilson, Florida St. (6’5”, 305)”