2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: IDL Jordan Davis

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Jordan Davis aligns as an interior defensive lineman for the Bulldogs' even front defense. He typically aligns at the 3-tech but has also played the 1 as they shift their front pre-snap. He demonstrates good reactive athleticism and lateral agility for a young man his size. He has good get off and has very explosive hands, easily jolting back the opposition where he can then disrupt the play. It's hard to run directly at this player, as he does an outstanding job of holding the point, disengaging, and getting to the football. He only has sufficient upside in the passing game, however. That could potentially change in the future depending on conditioning, etc.

 Ideal Role: Two-down interior defensive lineman with sufficient value in subpackages.

Scheme Fit: He has the schematic and positional versatility to play in an even or odd front. 

Written by Drae Harris

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Drae Harris

Senior NFL Draft Analyst

Drae Harris is a Senior NFL Draft Analyst and seven-year scouting veteran in the NFL. He's a former player for the Cal Golden Bears and San Francisco 49ers.

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