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Olisaemeka Udoh [url=http://www.redskinsjerseyproshop.com/landon-collins-jersey/]Landon Collins Jersey[/url] , OTSchool: Elon | Conference: CAACollege Experience: RS Senior | Age: 21Height / Weight: 6-5 / 327lbsProjected Draft Status: 4th - 6th roundNFL Comparison: Vladimir DucasseCollege StatisticsN/APlayer Overview4-year starter for Elon after redshirting his freshman year. Udoh was named first team All-American and has received invites for both the East-West Shrine Game and the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. He is the first player from Elon to play in either contest since 2014. He impressed enough at the Shrine Game to earn an invite to the Senior Bowl. In his senior year, he was a vital part of an Elon offense that averaged 199.5 rushing yards a game and gave up a Colonial Athletic Conference low 16 sacks. Elon also finished second in the conference for most rushing TDs with 22 on the season. Started at right tackle for the Phoenix but some scouts have him projected as a guard at the next level. He worked out in both positions during practice at the Senior Bowl.StrengthsSize. He obviously has the frame to play at the next level. He measured in at the Senior Bowl at 6’5 ” 327lbs. Having dropped some weight from his time at Elon.Length. He measured in with the largest wingspan of any player at the Senior Bowl at 85”Strength. Udoh showed real raw power at the FCS level. Showed the ability to manhandle guys in the run game especially.High ceiling. Raw talent that has a lot of potential given time. You can see flashes of dominance on filmRun game. His strength is in the run game. Had to pull and run in the screen game at Elon. Climbs well to the second level.WeaknessesRaw. Along with that high ceiling comes a low floor. Udoh is raw and is seen by some as more of a developmental project.Lean. Has a tendency to lean in pass sets, leaving himself vulnerable to speed rush and hand fighting moves.Competition. MediaHow He’d Fit on the RedskinsThe Redskins obviously had woes at the guard position this season, with Brandon Scherff [url=http://www.redskinscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-quinton-dunbar-jersey]http://www.redskinscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-quinton-dunbar-jersey[/url] , Shawn Lauvao, Arie Kouandijo, and free agent signing Jonathan Cooper all spending time on IR, and injuries at times to replacements Tony Bergstrom and Luke Bowanko. Scherff is obviously the guy at the right guard but the Redskins are in the position again of trying to find the person to fit at left guard. Udoh could be that guy. The raw ability we saw at Elon is quickly showing itself into something greater as he faces higher levels of competition in both the Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl. This is causing some scouts to rethink Udoh as a higher tackle prospect. This versatility could help a Redskins team that has seen many shakeups on the line. Udoh has the size and strength to step in and play guard right away [url=http://www.redskinscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-chase-roullier-jersey]http://www.redskinscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-chase-roullier-jersey[/url] , but could also play out as a swing tackle if needed. Jordan Brailford, EDGESchool: Oklahoma State | Conference: BIG 12College Experience: RS Junior | Age: 23Height / Weight: 6-3 / 250 lbsProjected Draft Status: 3rd or 4th RoundNFL Comparison: Charles HarrisCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewJordan Brailford’s path to becoming a star in college football is rooted in the adage “it doesn’t matter how you start it matters how you finish”. Brailford was a 3-star recruit in 2014 and is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He had to redshirt his freshman season because of surgery to repair a fractured tibia he sustained while in high school. He played in 10 games alongside Emmanuel Ogbah in 2015. The 2016 season was supposed to be Brailford’s first as a starter but he missed the entire season due to stress fracture in his shin. It was a really rough start to his career but he has largely been injury free for the last two seasons and has played in every game since 2017. Brailford put up gaudy stats this past season and made a name for himself as one of the best pass rushers in the BIG 12. He worked all over the field. He lined up as a strong side and weak side defensive end and played all three linebacker positions as well. Such mobility in the positions he’s played is a testament to his athleticism and versatility. Because of it Brailford should generate a lot of interest on day 3 of the draft due to the prevalence of the big nickel packages that feature 4-2-5 and 3-3-5 alignments. StrengthsGood athleticism and versatility. I’m tempted to say Brailford’s best fit in the NFL is as a 4-3 DE but I would not be shocked if he is drafted as a 3-4 OLB and moved around from DE to LB positions based on the situation in either base scheme. Shows good burst, speed [url=http://www.redskinscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-zach-brown-jersey]http://www.redskinscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-zach-brown-jersey[/url] , and quickness off the snap and can win with it off the edge. Has good strength as well and can win with strength and power. Quickness also makes him a threat as an interior rusher as well. Has decent vision into the backfield as well as instincts beyond the pass rush can snuff out running plays. Mostly reliable as a tackler. Has experience dropping back into coverage and moves pretty well.WeaknessesDoesn’t have many counters to get off blocks. Can get stuck fighting with linemen instead of disengaging and moving toward the ball. Related to the above hands at the point of attack and general technique could use work. He relied too much on his athleticism to win in college and it wont be as easy in the NFL.Injury history including lower leg fractures and shoulder strains and surgeries to repair them as a result he’ll be older than the typical rookie. Has been mostly healthy these last two years though. Let’s see his work:More Jordan Brailford videosRIP x2 RypienHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsWhile I can envision Brailford as an excellent fit for hybrid defensive teams and teams that deploy unconventional personnel like the Chargers, Vikings, or the Falcons I think he has some value for conventional base 3-4 teams like the Redskins as a designated pass rusher. Brailford may be an OLB in name on a 3-4 team but in nickel packages in passing situations I can certainly see him playing some defensive end as well despite his size. Brailford could also make a difference in passing situations as a weak side rusher playing the 9 or 7 technique. By now I’ve said my piece about how I think the Redskins are going to target a guy like this to supplement the pass rush as opposed to a bonafide starter. Guys like this are needed on the team think more Junior Gallete ability as opposed to Pernell McPhee’s or Houston Bates. Brailford will be one to watch as he has already shown up big at the Shrine game. If he continues to do well in the draft process he could help his draft stock a lot. [url=http://www.nflshopoutlet.com/jacksonville-jaguars]www.nflshopoutlet.com/jacksonville-jaguars[/url]