Greg Newsome II Scouting Report

Greg Newsome, a player who has shot up draft boards the past couple of weeks, is getting recognized more and more as a first-round talent at the cornerback position. His production at Northwestern was a real boost to their defense and the film only confirms it. He handled his leadership role as the spark of the Huskies defense extremely well. The instincts and skill he showcased in college have garnered multiple team’s interests, and his pro day boosted his draft stock even more. Although he will need to be developed well to reach his full potential, his ceiling is certainly high and teams hold him in high regard

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Paris Ford Scouting Report

Paris Ford is one of the most physical players in the 2021 NFL draft class. He makes huge hits look almost routine which makes for a very exciting game. Even though his big hits may be the most exciting part of his game, he does have other areas where he shows upside. He fills holes well blocking off any running lanes, and he is a prototype strong safety, maybe one of the best pure strong safeties in this class. Even with these strengths, there are some concerns surrounding his consistency tackling, as he misses a lot of tackles. His versatility is also a concern for some teams as he didn’t cover well against receivers when he was asked to. Even though he could fall to the later rounds, there is no doubt one of the more exciting prospects in the draft this year

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Jaycee Horn Scouting Report

Jaycee Horn, a cornerback out of South Carolina, has seen his draft stock rise significantly after his pro day. He successfully showed off his physical tools, and he impressed scouts in almost every single drill he did. Although the pro day numbers may be boosted slightly, scouts were still impressed and he has turned into a first-round cornerback on most draft boards. Horn’s pro day doesn’t tell the whole story though, as he showed skill in several areas such as his ability to cover the deep ball, his instincts and technique, and his ability to knock receivers o

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Rondale Moore Scouting Report

One of the most electrifying receivers in college, Rondale Moore from Purdue could end up being one of the most slept-on prospects as well. While only playing 7 games in the last two seasons due to injuries, when Moore is healthy he puts on a show averaging 95.8 yards per game in his career along with 8.9 receptions. Freshman year, Moore was a consensus all-American, becoming the first player to do so since Adrian Peterson was at Oklahoma in 2004, which is a pretty big deal. After such a storied freshman year, injuries hit Moore like a ton of bricks, and after just four games he missed the rest of his 2019 season with a nasty hamstring injury, and the following year after just three games Moore’s 2020 season was ended by an unspecified lower-body injury. 

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Trevon Moehrig-Woodard Scouting Report

Although sometimes going under the radar, the safeties in the 2021 NFL Draft class, although kind of top-heavy, is a position loaded with talent. Among these elite-level safety prospects is Trevon Moehrig-Woodard, a safety who combines his physicality and length with football IQ unmatched by almost anyone in this draft class. He has incredible athleticism as well, a skill that helped him a lot at TCU. His skill set is something almost all NFL teams are looking for, and he will definitely be one of the first safeties taken because of it.

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