Bobby Wagner Scouting Report

6′ 0″ 249 • Outside Linebacker • Utah St

Pros:

  • Very athletic
  • Productive 4 year career
  • Chiseled, muscular build
  • Very instinctive; Sees plays develop and doesn’t over pursue or commit to soon
  • Long arms
  • Great run defender
  • Understands angles; Finds ways to the ball
  • Shows good balance; Regroups well after initial block
  • Solid closing speed
  • Sure tackler
  • Fluid hips
  • Ability to play inside or outside
  • Capable in man coverage

Cons:

  • A tick shorter than you would like
  • Got away with minimal pass rushing skills due to inferior competition
  • Not as fast as higher ranked OLB
  • Can get caught heavy footed in some passing situations
  • Needs more pass rushing moves
  • Faced interior competition

MockDraft 101′s Opinion:

  • Wagner will never makes the flashy plays, but he is consistent and seems to always be around the ball. If he played at a more prestigious school, then he would receive more national recognition. He bounced back and forth between OLB and ILB at Utah St, but due to his instincts and shorter build will force him to be an OLB in a 4-3, with a chance to play ILB in a 3-4. Wagner is a borderline 2nd/3rd round pick. 

Josh Chapman Scouting Report

6′ 1″ 310 • Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle • Alabama

Pros:

  • Built like a fire hydrant
  • Weight room strength
  • Can shove O-lineman around
  • Surprisingly quick on his feet
  • Strong hands; Can relocate blockers
  • Plays even with the line
  • Clogs up running lanes
  • Handles double teams
  • Wont get overmatched
  • Showed good play recognition
  • Tough
  • Solid character 

Cons:

  • Doesn’t offer much in pass rushing
  • Shorter than most D-lineman
  • Short arms
  • Questions about his conditioning

MockDraft 101′s Opinion:

  • Depending on who you talk to, is where you’ll find Chapman draft range. If seen anywhere from Top 40 pick to 6th round. Here at MD101, we see him as a guy that 3-4 teams would love to have in the 2nd/3rd round. He’s most likely not going to be an every down player due to his limitations as a puss rusher, but as a two down run stuffer, there aren’t nay better in this draft. He may not have a high ceiling, but his floor isn’t low either. 

Coby Fleener Scouting Report

6′ 6″ 254 • Tight End • Stanford

Pros:

  • Nice blend of size,strength, and speed
  • Very solid hands
  • Great in traffic
  • Quick feet; Does well in and out of breaks
  • Excels running the seem route
  • Not a elite blocker, but very willing and does a solid job sealing the edge
  • Good body control
  • Gets off blocks fairly easy
  • Ability to line up all over the field
  • High points passes, and does a good job absorbing hits
  • Hard worker

Cons:

  • Willing blocker, but could defiantly improve in this area 
  • Wont out run anyone after the catch
  • How much of his success was because of Andrew Luck?
  • Needs to add more to his frame
  • Durability concerns

MockDraft 101′s Opinion: 

  • Fleener reminds us alot of Greg Olsen. He can stretch the fields vertically, has solid hands, and can play all over the field. His athletic ability translates well to the next level and is a solid 2nd round selection, who may slip late into round 1. 

Alfonzo Dennard Scouting Report

5′ 10 203 • Cornerback • Nebraska 

Pros:

  • Very physical and aggressive
  • High confidence
  • Challenges WR’s at the line
  • Does a good job mirroring after the snap
  • Quick feet
  • Fluid hips
  • Plays the ball well in the air
  • Excellent in run support
  • Would be a great fit in zone scheme
  • Can play outside or as a nickle

Cons:

  • Over aggressiveness makes him vulnerable to double moves
  • Has quick feet, but lacks long speed
  • Doesn’t transition smooth coming out of backpedal
  • WR’s with size give him fits
  • Has some durability concerns

MockDraft 101′s Opinion:

  • Dennard is a gritty in your face CB. Is smaller than you would like, but plays bigger and isnt’ afraid to mix it up. He will never be a true #1 CB, but can develop into a solid #2. Looks like he could flourish in a zone scheme where his closing speed and tackling ability can flourish. Is a solid 2nd round prospect.