Londen Fryar Scouting Report
|School:||Western Michigan Broncos|
|Height & Weight:||5'10 - 194 lbs.|
2009 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
Londen Fryar, CB, Western Michigan
Fryar is the son of former Nebraska and New England Patriot standout, Irving Fryar. The younger Fryar redshirted in 2004. He then made his debut in 2005, recording only three tackles and one blocked kick in one game. Starting all of the team's twelve games during the 2006 season, he recorded 52 tackles with ten passes broken up and five interceptions. His play earned him First Team All Mid-American conference honors. In 2007, Fryar started ten of twelve games making 63 tackles with 17 passes broken up and one interception. Again, Fryar was voted to the Conference's first team squad. Is an extremely gifted athlete. Not big, but strong nevertheless. Moves well laterally and to his back. Is not the fastest CB out there (4.55), but is fast enough. Covers very well in zone, but better on the one-on-one situations -- a rarity. Is a very good tackler, another rarity. Technique needs work. He is overrated at this time, most likely because of his father. Nevertheless, he is an enticing athlete who should play on Sundays. Straight up speed is a concern but beside that, there's nothing to knock him down. With a good season, he should be able not move into the upper part of the Draft.
Last Updated Sep-10-2008 by Raul Colon
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