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)”

DT Tommy Togiai, Ohio St.* (6’2”, 300)

Background: Four-star recruit who appeared in six games as a freshman and nine games as a sophomore, totaling 10-2.0-0.0 and 16-2.0-0.0 over those seasons, respectively. Enjoyed a more productive junior year over seven games, finishing with a line of 23-4.5-3.0 before declaring for the draft. Positives: Carries his weight well and has at least adequateContinue reading “DT Tommy Togiai, Ohio St.* (6’2”, 300)”

DT Tyler Shelvin, Louisiana St.* (6’3”, 346)

Background: Four-star recruit who was an academic redshirt for his true freshman season, then was suspended for two weeks of the following season, serving as a backup. Posted 39-3.0-0.0 as the starting nose tackle during his sophomore year, then opted out of the past season before declaring for the draft. Positives: Girth, girth, and girth;Continue reading “DT Tyler Shelvin, Louisiana St.* (6’3”, 346)”

LB Baron Browning, Ohio St. (6’3”, 240)

Background: Five-star recruit who appeared in twelve games as a true freshman, then started a few games the following year and posted 23-3.5-1.0. Started at outside linebacker as a junior, enjoying his most productive season – 43-11.0-5.0 – then played both inside and outside in his senior year and finished with 29-3.0-1.0 over seven games.Continue reading “LB Baron Browning, Ohio St. (6’3”, 240)”