DE Jordan Smith, Alabama-Birmingham* (6’7”, 255)

Background: First saw the field as a redshirt sophomore, stepping into a starting role and finishing with an impressive line of 48-14.5-8.0, forcing three fumbles. Followed that up with a 41-9.0-4.5 line over eight games the following year. Positives: Comes with two years of solid production. Has excellent size and length for a pro edgeContinue reading “DE Jordan Smith, Alabama-Birmingham* (6’7”, 255)”

DE Joe Tryon, Washington* (6’5”, 262)

Background: Rotated into the defense as a freshman, finishing with 20-2.0-1.0. Stepped into the starting lineup the following year, putting together an impressive 41-12.5-8.0 line in what ended up being his final season; decided to opt out of the 2020 campaign and declare for the draft. Positives: Was highly productive in his only season asContinue reading “DE Joe Tryon, Washington* (6’5”, 262)”

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)”

LB Azeez Ojulari, Georgia

LB Azeez Ojulari, Georgia** (6’3”, 240) Background: Appeared in three games before redshirting as a freshman, then put together an impressive redshirt freshman year, finishing with 36-6.0-5.5 and adding an additional eighteen hurries. Over ten games as a sophomore, went 30-11.5-8.5 with sixteen hurries and three forced fumbles. Positives: Has the length and frame toContinue reading “LB Azeez Ojulari, Georgia”

DE Kwity Paye, Michigan

DE Kwity Paye, Michigan (6’4”, 272) Background: Appeared in nine games as a true freshman, then started four of thirteen games played the following year and posted 27-5.5-2.0. Followed that up with a 50-12.5-6.5 junior year and a 16-4.0-2.0 senior year, playing in four games. Positives: Overcame a lot of adversity, having been born inContinue reading “DE Kwity Paye, Michigan”

DE Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma

DE Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma* (6’3”, 247) Background: Started seven of fourteen games played as a true freshman, going 37-8.0-5.0. Followed that up with 38-13.5-6.0 as a sophomore, being suspended for the team’s bowl game and the first five games of his junior year, a campaign in which he went 23-10.5-5.5 in six games. Positives: HeightContinue reading “DE Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma”

DE Jayson Oweh, Penn St.

DE Jayson Oweh, Penn St.** (6’5”, 252) Background: Appeared in four games as a freshman before redshirting (4-2.0-2.0). Started one game as a redshirt freshman, appearing in thirteen overall and posting 21-5.0-5.0. Started seven games this past year, going 38-6.5-0.0 before declaring for the draft. Positives: Lines up on both ends of the line, typicallyContinue reading “DE Jayson Oweh, Penn St.”

DE Jaelan Phillips, Miami (FL)

DE Jaelan Phillips, Miami (FL)* (6’5”, 260) Background: The top recruit in 2017, he originally attended UCLA,, where he spent two seasons before temporarily retiring due to health issues (was limited to just four games as a sophomore after sustaining a concussion). In those seasons, posted 21-7.0-3.5 and 20-1.0-1.0 over a combined eleven games. AfterContinue reading “DE Jaelan Phillips, Miami (FL)”