Draft Rewind 2002 – Ed Reed – Houston Texans

What Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services said about ED REED: Arizona, 6024 263 4.68. Three-year starter. Explosive first step quickness. Plays fast and hard. Flies around the field. In a three end rotation. Good lateral quickness to close down the off tackle seam. Projects to a 3-4 outside edge rusher. Must develop counter moves. He consistently gets pushed up the field past the quarterback. Great desire to run back down. Caught Kendall Hunter 35 yards down the field. Plays square with his toes to the goal and shuffles his feet down the line of scrimmage. Will stand up and blitz the same side as Ricky Elmore. Intense, competitive, and athletic in his play. Has a quick spin move that frees him up at times. Can leverage a tackle and run him back to the quarterback. Will need work on his pass drops and pass coverage skills. May start out as a nickel pass rusher. Will compete on all special teams.  2010 stats: 47 tackles, 10 TFL, 6 1/2 sacks, 2 PBU. Career stats: 114 tackles, 25 TFL, 17 sacks, 5 PBU. Edge speed:left 2.06, right 2.24. OSR:6/26 for OB, 7/49 for all LB. Third/fourth round. (A-32 5/8, H-10 1/8, BP-30, SS-4.28). Originally drafted by Baltimore.

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