Danny Shelton Scouting Report
|Height & Weight:||6-2 - 332 lbs.|
|Draft Prediction:||Top 20|
2015 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
Danny Shelton, DT, Washington
Statistically, Shelton fails to excite, as he's made just 113 tackles in three seasons, including 59 as a junior. He lacks the pass-rushing abilities of the elite defensive tackles and is considered more of a two-down, zero or one-technique in the NFL, which would be an ideal place for him. Still, for a player of his size, he shows a good first step off the snap. He can gain advantage and shows suddenness getting to the gaps. He is quick with his feet to get a good push into the blocker, but needs to do a better job protecting his legs. He is a strong inside run defender who can make plays up and down the line of scrimmage, but lacks the long speed to chase in space. He is often matched against double teams and, when this happens, he can hold ground at the point of attack, but without great hand shed ability, he can be locked up and stall out. When working one-on-one, he will flash the ability to stack and he generates a strong anchor to maintain position. He is very hard to block coming off the ball and even if the blocker gets into his body, he is not the type the offensive guards can hold for long. He has success working underneath to get a piece of the blocker's pads and is effective stacking and controlling in one-on-one situations.
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