|Name, Jersey #||Savion Washington, #78|
|School (Code)||University of Colorado (COUN), transfer from Kent State University (OHKS)|
|DOB, Class Yr||N/A, 4th-Year Graduate Student|
|Height, Weight||6065e, 322e|
|40 Yd Dash||5.58e|
|Arms, Hands||3500, 0868|
|Season Viewed (yr)||2023|
|Games Watched||Vs. CASC, @ TXCU, @ ORUN|
|Scout Name / Date||Hayden Russell, 10/03/2023|
Per Year Stats (Most Recent First)
Savion Washington is a 4th-year graduate student at OT who became a full-time starter in 2022 at Kent State University. Transferred to Colorado prior to the 2023 season, where he aligns at RT. Possesses great height and excellent weight. In gap run schemes at the first level, utilizes great functional strength to drive DL off the LOS and open running lanes. Utilizes a strong strike with proper timing to latch on to defenders, and shows good hand strength to maintain leverage. On reach blocks, able to get around DL and flip his hips to seal them off inside with his massive frame and a strong base. Solid as a puller where he utilizes considerable agility to scrape across the LOS. Does a good job when climbing to the 2nd level on combo blocks using quality foot quickness and balance to make ground downfield, and engages violently at the POA to create knockback right off the bat. Solid foot speed to get out on the perimeter on screen plays. Notable ability to defeat power rushers in pass protection; will stalemate bull rushes utilizing a powerful punch and an excellent anchor while resetting his base. Fought through an ankle injury vs. USC until he was pulled from the game due to his competitive nature. Plays with very high pad level, and lacks bend in his waist and below. Inconsistent hand placement as he often punches high and outside while exposing his chest. In pass rush, will get beat with speed off the edge due to heavy feet when dropping in his pass set. Edge defenders who get their hands inside and underneath his pads can walk him back into the QB despite his strong lower body. Needs to continue developing his frame and gain more athleticism to take his game to the next level. May want to consider moving inside to guard at the next level to better utilize his strengths.
Translates best as an OG at the next level who can win in both zone/gap schemes.
OT with great size who utilizes functional strength, physical toughness, agility, and balance to win as a run blocker, a strong anchor and strike to win in pass rush, and fought through injury due to his competitive nature. Lacks bend in his extremities which hinders his play in multiple areas, and must fix his pad level and hand placement to take the next step. May want to consider moving inside to maximize strengths.