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2024 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Gabe Jeudy-Lally, CB, Tennessee

Gabe Jeudy-Lally recently transferred to Tennessee from BYU. He’s a good athlete with solid size and potential. Senior Hula Bowl scout Bryan Ault breaks him down as an NFL Prospect in his report.

Player Data

Name, Jersey #Gabe Jeudy-Lally, #1
School (Code)TNUN
DOB, Class YrGr. Senior
Height, Weight6020, 190
40 Yd Dash4.9
Position/DepthCB / 1st 
Season Viewed (yr)2022 (at BYU)
Games WatchedIDBO, VALB, WYUN
Scout Name / DateBryan Ault / 7-28-2023

Per Year Stats (Most Recent First)

202213 GP, 47 T, 31 Solo, 0.5 Sacks, 7 PBU
202112 GP, 51 T, 36 Solo, 1 PBU, 1 INT
20207 GP, 13 T, 1 INT, 1 PBU
20194 GP

Player Summary:

Senior.  Starts at CB, zone scheme.  Journeyman – transferred from BYU, career began at Vanderbilt, where he graduated and is now pursuing a master’s degree at UT.  Very good size and length for the position.  Has long arms and good height measurables which make his potential strong.  Also has good feet; strikes me as a player who could test through the roof.  Needs to take his raw tools and work on the fundamentals of the position this year.  In coverage, he is above-average.  Can jam and be physical with receivers at the LOS.  Has decent hand use, could be more physical than he is, and flashes quick closing speed on the ball.  Can stay over receivers at the top of the stem and flip his hips.  Needs to develop ball skills.  Lacks recovery speed if he is beaten especially down the sideline.  Is respected and not thrown to as often as his teammates are, but will allow receivers to get behind him and find soft spots in coverage.  Vs. the run, he is below average.  Struggles to wrap up and had several missed tackles in the games viewed.  Needs to work on using his length to shed blocks on the perimeter and bust up screens.  Needs to work on being more consistent.  SEC-level coaching could help him develop.

Scheme Fit:


Power Statement:

With his size, length and athleticism, Gabe has a lot of raw tools to be a good and legitimate prospect.  He needs to work on being more consistent, developing better coverage skills, and being more physical with receivers.  He also needs to become a better tackler.  SEC-level coaching could help him tremendously and help boost his draft stock.

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