This class is filled with talent and will bring great value to your dynasty squad for the foreseeable future. Dave Heilman (@DynastyDorks) and I (@FFBourbonDude) brought you a ton of pre-combine profiles at each of the offensive skill positions. Now it’s time to get into our defensive players. Be sure to check out our NFL Draft Playlist on YouTube for all of our draft profiles.
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BJ Ojulari – NFL Rookie Draft Profile
Height – 6’2″
Weight – 248 pounds
One of the smaller defensive ends in the class but has the pass-rush moves to be effective at the next level. This is evident by his pressure rate over the past two seasons. He does, however, need to develop as a rush defender. He was awarded the important number 18, which signifies the player who exudes LSU football and is a team player.
Defensive Line Pros
Pursuit – Ojulari is a versatile defender and can read the run down the line of scrimmage. Very good at closing and hitting the gap.
Spin Move– He has a very effective spin move. Put it on display a couple of times against Ole Miss.
Counter – Ojulari has a nice array of pass-rushing moves to counter with. Good to have a repertoire that he can use accordingly.
Defensive Line Cons
Size – He is not a dominant build for a DE. He’s both short and lighter weight.
4-3 – He will need to transition to being able to play with his hand in the ground. A lot of standup alignments.
Run Defense – Ojulari, and his size will likely limit him unless he puts on weight. Powerful run-blocking guards will manhandle him at the NFL level.
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