|Name, Jersey #||Brendan Webb # 91, #97|
|School (Code)||SDVE/University of South Dakota|
|DOB, Class Yr||9/11/1999-5th year (Senior)|
|40 Yd Dash||4.87e|
|Honors/Captainship||Missouri Valley Football Conference Honor Roll(2020-2022)|
|Season Viewed (yr)||2023, 2022|
|Games Watched||Missouri, Illinois State, Youngstown State|
|Scout Name / Date||Paul “PJ” Hardaway/ September 17th, 2023|
Per Year Stats (Most Recent First)
|2023||3 GP/ 7 Solo, 4 Asst, 11 Tot, 4.5-29 TFL-Yds, 4.5-29 Sacks-Yds, 0 Int, 0 PD, 0 FF. 0 FR, 0 BLK|
|2022||11 GP/ 10 Solo, 13 Asst, 23 Tot, 4-23 TFL-Yds, 3-21 Sacks-Yds, 0 Int, 1 PD, 0 FF. 0 FR, 0 BLK|
|2021||11 GP/ 12 Solo, 11 Asst, 23 Tot, 8.5-34 TFL-Yds, 4-24 Sacks-Yds, 0 Int, 1 PD, 0 FF. 0 FR, 0 BLK|
|2020||4 GP/ 3 Solo, 4 Asst, 7 Tot, 0-0 TFL-Yds, 0-0 Sacks-Yds, 0 Int, 0 PD, 0 FF. 0 FR, 0 BLK|
5-year letterman, a 3-year starter who has played in 40 career games and has 24 starts under his belt. Has a tall athletic build of a body. Has a solid upfield burst, explodes off the LOS positioning his backfoot forward on his first step, and sets edge quickly while leveraging inside shoulder coupled with proper use of hands to opponents’ chests. Displays good extension of arms with great timing to put stress on OL. Pushes tackle back into QB throwing range vs. effective, athletic tackles, uses multiple techniques to get to QB, utilizes bull rush and inside arm leverage successfully to cause pocket collapse. Demonstrates good pad level and play strength when in one-on-one situations, effective when lined up in 5 techniques, closing space fast with little wasted steps. Hustles from snap to whistle, even after the point of impact vs. pulling guard. Maneuvers well through traffic chases play down whether the pocket moves outside tackle or interior. An aggressive stout player in RZ obtains inside leverage immediately to disrupt the backfield when engaging the runner and attracts a high number of combo blocks, which opens positive opportunities for interior and second-level defenders. Can get caught up at LOS, does not consistently extend arms enough as the game goes on, and struggles to create space when engaging OL that gets assistance from delayed blocks from the guard. Does maintain enough push vs. tackles that are agile, quick, and strong. Lacks play recognition, allows OL to gain leverage then gets washed with marginal use of hands to disengage contact, and does not effectively fight off combo blocks in run support and pass pro.
3-4 or 4-3 defense playing in rotation at 5 and 4i technique.
An athletically strong edge rusher who can put stress on the LOS and get upfield, and in the backfield utilizing multiple techniques.