The things you often worry about with a player his size — tackling and playing the catch point — weren’t issues for Washington whatsoever. The latter has to improve for him to be picked on Day 2. He’s not nearly as smooth as his teammate in coverage, but Moehrig is explosive and has good range on the back end. Find the latest coverage, analysis, and player rankings for the 2021 NFL Draft. Going to have many fans. That’s never a good thing for your draft stock. Just because it took a bit for us to get around doesn't mean we aren't fully a member of his hive moving forward. Features great length and an ideal build with good thickness throughout his frame.

The play below against Oklahoma State is a prime example of that. You’re never going to get much more than split-field looks from Gary Patterson at TCU, so don’t expect any big role change from Washington this season. Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State. That’s encouraging news for FSU as the Seminoles (1-3, 0-3 ACC) are going to likely have to go score-for-score with UNC (3-0, 3-0 ACC) and its high-powered offense. 1 back in the class, Swift will be coveted for his versatile skill set. PFF signature stats download for all draft prospects by position. Nasilrideen is listed as co-starter at the buck position alongside Jaiden Lars-Woodbey. Blankenship joins Washington, Cisco and Moehrig as one of the four safeties on this list who also made Bruce Feldman’s Freaks list. Former @SV_RangerFB standout Trevon Moehrig (@TheReal_Tre7) was highest-graded coverage safety in FBS per @PFF_College…Trevon also earned All-Big 12 honors this year.

The number of underclassmen who've declared for the NFL draft has steadily risen, and that trend is certain to continue in 2020.

Listed at 6'4" and 215 pounds, he's collected 192 tackles over the last two seasons. Secondly: he benefits from a strong class. ?Undersized, but sound and tenacious tackler??? Firstly: he's ready to. Very, very fast. Dylan Moses, Alabama: Will a season-ending knee injury cause Moses to stay for 2020? Mike Norvell has been fairly straight forward when asked about Travis’ status the last two days. In one-on-one situations, he hits like a brick. He has tight end eraser physical tools, and you see that natural ability when he plays man coverage. Taggart's captaining a sinking ship. Hamsah Nasilrdeen, who has missed time since being carted off the field in last year’s regular season finale vs. Florida, is back on the depth chart in the leadup to Saturday’s primetime showdown. …

At times, he can also be the biggest liability. Leatherwood has positional versatility after playing right guard in 2018, and Wills allowed just 11 pressures during the 2019 regular season, per Pro Football Focus. Hamsah Nasirildeen . Nasirildeen is an active and aware zone defender with the requisite length and explosiveness to win as an underneath defenders, as well as the speed and ball skills to play a deep half or even middle of the field. This news came after Norvell’s Wednesday media availability, so he was not able to address Terry’s status. He's totaled 25 touchdowns during his tenure with the Crimson Tide. 5. Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State: Nasirildeen has a coveted build and excellent production. His stat line make a strong argument to be so. Why should Nasirildeen declare. This news came after Norvell’s Wednesday media availability, so he was not able to address Terry’s status. You see the wheels turning in his head too often. He managed just 4.6 yards per carry as a sophomore but has sliced through defenses at a 6.5-yard rate in 2019. Create, share, and brag over your own big board now.

Curtis Weaver, Boise State: Weaver surged onto the scene with 13 tackles for loss (11 sacks) as a freshman and hasn't slowed down. Hamsah Nasirildeen We begin our look at the top safeties of the 2021 NFL Draft with a player who I was surprised didn’t declare for the 2020 NFL Draft: Hamsah Nasirildeen. Every year, we count down the days until football kicks off; and every year, college football rewards us by racing through the first pole of their season's slate. Safety Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State’s leading tackler in 2019, is one of several Seminoles dealing with injuries that could keep them out. I feel like we just cracked open fall's activities, including but not limited to watching Saturday football, and already the pied piper is on the horizon. “Jordan practiced yesterday and practiced today,” Norvell said. Only Grant Delpit and Xavier McKinney are clearly better at the safety position than he is, if you're measuring Clemson's Isaiah Simmons as a linebacker, which you should be. A poor throw saves him, but that never should have even been an option. “My hand is doing good,” Travis said. Florida State S Hamsah Nasirildeen is a brick wall. Originally recruited as a Safety, Nasirildeen has found a home in the “star” position as a hybrid Safety/Linebacker. He collected 1,088 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground but also thrived as a receiver, catching 27 passes for 304 yards and seven scores. He played 15 at right tackle as a freshman and has since locked down the left side. Thirdly: you gotta get out of the program, man. In its most common form, the amulet is shaped like a hand with three extended fingers in the middle and a curved thumb or pinky finger on either side.
He gave up a mere five catches and had four downgrades in coverage all season. Nasirildeen is an active and aware zone defender with the requisite length and explosiveness to win as an underneath defenders, as well as the speed and ball skills to play a deep half or even middle of the field. “It definitely will be giving us a big boost, so we’re excited about it. A nickelback/safety hybrid who the coaching staff was unsure of how to get on the field in the beginning of the season, Wade has thrived in the slot with his brand of physical, instinctive play. Eliminate the negatives. No player has so squarely hit and even exceeded the school's expectations as Young has this year, as he paces the Big 10 in both TFLs and sacks.

From deep safety to slot to linebacker —you name it, he's played the role. Travis Etienne, Clemson: In three seasons at Clemson, the track star has posted per-carry averages north of seven each season. Jefferson was a Day 3 WR prospect in a super thick class; I've never seen a player with such at speed and fluidity at the position be so easily overlooked coming into the next year of college football. Who he is for LSU now is who he'll be for the NFL for sure. 2021 NFL Draft Targets Giants Fans Should Watch On 10/3, 2021 NFL Draft: 5 Most Likely No.
Tee Higgins, Clemson: Higgins offers a tremendous mix of reliability and explosiveness, boasting 52 catches for 1,082 yards—a 20.8-yard average.

He had as many picks (five) as catches allowed. We need 60 minutes of having each other’s backs:” Norvell talks after win.

Benjamin Solak October 24th, 2019 2019-10-24T05:01:48-04:00 The Draft Network. Wirfs capped a steady rise with first-team All-Big Ten honors by the coaches and media in 2019, a deserved reward for ceding four pressures in Big Ten play, per PFF. He’s consistently reacting to obvious stimuli instead of seeing how a play is going to develop and breaking before it does. confirmed. The only reason to not put him as the No. The answer is threefold. He has nothing left to prove at this level.

While he’s listed as a safety here, Nasirildeen has really done it all for the Seminoles in his career. Colby Parkinson, Stanford: The other top tight ends (Washington's Hunter Bryant and Missouri's Albert Okwuegbunam) have declared for the draft. He has to show more balance and patience in TCU’s split-field looks this season to move up draft boards. So pile the 2018 film into the fire pit and douse it in kerosene -- time to forget Burrow was ever a gun-shy point guard under center. Terrell Lewis, Alabama: An arm injury limited Lewis to five games in 2017 and a knee injury ended his 2018 campaign before it began. Scouting Report | DB Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State, Playing Matchmaker for the 2021 NFL QB Prospects, Chuba Hubbard: The Man, the Myth, the Most Polarizing Back, Hunter Thompson’s BIGish BOARD and some scouting notes, Pressure’s On- Prospects Under the Microscope, Summer Scouting Thoughts: Quarterback Edition-Part II, Nico’s Preliminary 2021 Big Board: Top 50.

Honorable Mention: Marvin Wilson, iDL, Florida State. Norvell indicated that he could be a game-time decision. He recorded 86 tackles with 10 for loss as a sophomore in 2018. Whether that’s making the tackle, or cleaning up his fellow defender’s tackle., — Austin Gayle (@PFF_AustinGayle) July 22, 2020. S, Florida State. @valleyventana @SV_Rangers All rights reserved. Hamsah Nasirildeen #5. What Nasirildeen doesn’t have are the big plays. He just needs more reps at this point., — Austin Gayle (@PFF_AustinGayle) July 13, 2020. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Could Hamsah be the next Derwin James? The NFL may ultimately see him as a slot cornerback instead of a true safety with his limited range and ability in the box. There are reps on Sterns' tape where you see why he was a decorated five-star recruit back in 2018. Co-host of the Locked On NFL Draft Podcast. Whether it’s his tackling woes (23 misses on 152 career attempts), his inability to get off blocks or his penchant for biting on double moves, Cisco has a ton to clean up in his game. --No update currently on starting LT Darius Washington, who missed last week’s contest with a lower-leg injury. Young could have so easily slipped in national prominence this year, given the reputation he garnered as even a situational player in the 2018 season. Overlooked so far? He narrowly missed the 1,000-yard mark as a sophomore and, entering the CFP, has 27 career touchdowns. There aren’t many guys playing that position with his movement skills, whereas his height and length would be wasted playing deep safety. Listed at 6'4" and 215 pounds, he's collected 192 tackles over the last two seasons. PFF's Big Board for the 2021 NFL Draft offers three-year player grades, combine measurables, position rankings, and in-depth player analysis for all of the top draft prospects. Hamsah Nasirildeen, SAF, Florida State.

Nasirildeen, who is 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, played in 12 games last season, making 10 starts.

He's also forced three fumbles and intercepted three passes in that time. Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma: Murray fits the "tackling machine" label.

“Everything feels good.”.