2014 NFL Draft Picks By Team: Colts
Mewhort is a big, hulking prospect likely to fit somewhere on the right side. He has an ideal frame for the position and was one of Ohio State's emotional senior leaders last season.
Better run blocker than pass protector. Gets outside quickly and can set the edge. Susceptible to outside-inside moves. Re-directs defenders well and finishes plays to the whistle. Good knee bend, rarely lunges or waist bends. Good technique with lots of experience at both tackle and guard positions. Long arms with inconsistent hand placement. Needs to be a little more aggressive at the point of attack every single play. Pad leverage is usually good.
Drives well through his base as a run blocker. Thick through his core and looks to put guys on their back. Average athleticism, not especially quick when changing direction. A bit lackadaisical when he feels the play pass him by. Lacks the foot speed to stay effective at the second level. Tough competitor and good football instincts. Grinder.
Mewhort projects as a late second to third rounder in the 2014 NFL Draft.... [Read More
Moncrief has the tools to become a No. 1 receiver in the NFL if he can just clean up some technical and fundamental quirks in his style of play. Blessed with ideal size and speed, the sky is really the limit after he put on a great display at the Combine.
Ran a 4.40 40-yard dash and finished among the leaders with a 39.5-inch vertical jump and 132.0 inch broad jump. Will just be 21 years old after three years removed from high school. Ideal size at 6-foot-2 and 221 lbs. Straight-line speed is very impressive for his height and weight. Great football instincts. Can go up and catch just about everything. Above-average hands. Rarely juggles it. Too many passes caught against his body. Could play with a little more physicality, especially against 50-50 passes. Really good concentration in traffic. Quick accelerator. Doesn't offer a lot after the catch, but he does reliably come down with it. Effort is hit or miss. Needs to play with a chip as a run blocker. Doesn't fight hard enough for extra yardage.
A beat too slow when stopping-starting on double moves. Upper body strength is lacking. Relies a lot on his lower body strength. Not naturally evasive.
Moncrief projects as a la... [Read More