Draft Rewind 2012 – Nick Perry – Green Bay Packers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about NICK PERRY: Southern Cal, 6026 271 4.58. Junior entry. Started 22 games in his career. Explosive first step quickness. Played right defensive end in Monte Kiffin’s four-man front Tampa-2 defense where he is expected to be one of the four defenders up front to pressure the quarterback. Plays in a 3-point stance or stands up. During the past three years he has produced 29.5 tackles for loss, 21.5 sacks, and broken up 6 passes. Long arms and very good athletic ability. Graded out the second best of all defensive ends at the Combine athletically. His 10-yard time is in the same ballpark as running backs LaMichael James and David Wilson. He has the speed to turn the corner and go for the ball as well as a sack. Has short area quickness. Demonstrates a third gear burst up the field once he sheds the blocker. Has some dip and lean ability off the edge. Plays in a rotation where he contains rushes as well as disrupts backfield play. He doesn’t get out-flanked. Good lateral quickness and change of direction. Can spin out of trouble. He needs to develop more pass rushing moves to be an elite pass rusher on the next level. Gets his hands up in the throwing lane. Can run man to man with backs in the flat. Plays better going forward than dropping back. May be best suited for a 4-3 scheme. 2011 stats: 54 tackles, 13 TFL, 9.5 sacks, 3 FF, 1 FR. Edge speed:left 2.14, right 2.15. OSR:2/25. First/second round. (A-33, H-9 1/2, BP-35, 10-1.55).

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