PrimeTime101 Posted March 27 Share Posted March 27 At the College Level Toughness and speed are words used when talking about Henley. Last Season he had 106 tackles, 3 forced fumbles, broken up pass and an INT. Considered a 3 down starter and runs a 4.54(second best among the top 5 ILBS in draft) at the senior bowl he shined in coverage using his 33" arms(tops among the top 5). We are talking about a football smart ILB that many feel his head is on a swivel while out there. Size 6'1 225LBS 33" Arms Pro's Explosive first step Not just fast but quick too Athletic Has a good eye in coverage Athletic High upside Explosive Finisher (Flawless victory, Fatality ) no, but seriously, this is where I thought we lacked with Edmunds. Con's He is not a traditional ILB (loves coverage style defenses more than blitzing) He needs to learn the art of being a stack ILB Raw Needs work with hitting the right gap (Don't panic and think of Edmunds same issue here... this is very common for a young ILB) Footwork Does not read QB's eyes well (this is a good and bad thing) It means he does not jump on plays as much, but it also means he does not bite as much either. I think this one could fall right into our lap. 2-3 round projections.. as far as I am concerned? winner winner, chicken dinner 8 2 2 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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