Draft Rewind 2010 – Anthony Davis – San Francisco 49ers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about ANTHONY DAVIS: Rutgers, 6050 323 5.37. Junior entry. Three-year starter. Long arms and big hands for the position. Has the lateral quickness to hook a defensive tackle and set the edge. Powerful on down blocks. A better than average athlete for the tackle position. Can stay square and shadow the edge pass rusher. Can quick set and redirect with natural body control. OK on a “Tex” stunt. Patient on switch. Locks out and controls his opponent in pass protection. Has a bounce in his step. Pulls around and can block on the move although he does get high. Generally plays too high without proper knee bend. Will lose his feet when he’s just trying to get push up front. Needs technique work in pass protection. His body gets out of control at times on the second level. Gets leveraged back and put on skates every time he gets up on his toes in pass pro. More of a pusher than a popper. Plays in both a two-point and three-point stance. Has the talent. Needs the technique. OSR:24/40. First/second round. (A-34, H-10 1/8, BP-21, 10-1.85).

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