n athletic freak. A ball hawk. A natural athlete. A winner. Those are words some of today’s college scouts are using to describe the best college football players of the season. Take a look at what the scouting report says about standout players from each position.
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WHAT NFLDRAFTSCOUT.com SAYS
Clowney is a freak athlete and a once-in-a-generation talent... Shows extremely fast hands... He can beat his blocker in a variety of ways and he is a danger to every opposing player on the field. If that wasn't enough, Clowney plays with consistent effort and has the speed to chase down plays in the open field... He has the flexibility to bend around the edge and the balance to maintain his speed and power in getting after the quarterback... His strength, technique and explosiveness are off the charts.

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GAMES TACKLES ASST. TACKLES TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL FF
Career 24 54 32 83 21/122 33.5/159 7
  

 

 

 

 

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WHAT NFLDRAFTSCOUT.com SAYS
Long, lean athletic frame with plenty of room for additional musculature.... Shows light, quick feet... Demonstrates power, agility off the snap... An explosive hitter who can dislodge the ball... Quick off the snap, Barr can beat tackles with his speed and flexibility... He showed a developing swim move to complement his speed and possesses the strength and use of leverage to effectively bull-rush, as well... Led the Pac-12 with 13.5 sacks, tied for fifth in the country with 21.5 tackles for loss among his 83 take-downs and forced four fumbles.

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GAMES TACKLES ASST. TACKLES TOTAL SACKS-YDS TFL FF
Career 38 62 24 86 13.5 21.5 4
  

 

 

 

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WHAT NFLDRAFTSCOUT.com SAYS
Easy player to like with his aggressive ball-hawking skills... Has a fluid body type with good footwork and hip action to easily turn and adjust his frame... Is like a magnet to the ball with his aggressive nature... Flashing the improved instincts and awareness to come off his man and make a play at the catch point with terrific ball skills.... He isn't an elite size/speed athlete and will pop out of his backpedal prematurely... Struggling to play with consistent pad level, but there is far more good than bad when it comes to the TCU defensive back.

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GAMES TACKLES ASST. TACKLES TOTAL INT SACKS-YDS TFL-YARDS FF
Career 26 86 35 121 7 1 6.5-9 0
  

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