Bradlee Anae - Utah

Height/Weight - 6'3/257

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (October 17, 1998)

Combine Results - 40-4.93, Vert-31.0", Broad-115.0"

Class - Senior

Conference - Pac 12 (South)

NFL Draft Projection - Round 2-3

College Stats -

2019 - 30 (Solos)/11 (Assists)/14.0 (TFL)/13.0 (Sacks)

2018 - 24 (Solos)/23 (Assists)/14.0 (TFL)/7.5 (Sacks)

2017 - 25 (Solos)/14 (Assists)/10.0 (TFL)/7.0 (Sacks)

2016 - 4 (Solos)/0 (Assists)/2.0 (TFL)/2.0 (Sacks)

NFL Player ComparisonJustin Houston, Bud Dupree

Current ADP -  (Rookie Drafts),  (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

  • Illustrates a nice burst to release off the line of scrimmage & challenge with speed

  • When he's able to time his release, capable of overtaking tackles with speed forcing

  • Uses rips, cross chops, & push/pulls, to drop hands off his chest & create space

  • Coil in tight is fierce through his hips to unload & drive blockers into the backfield

  • Like his work both as a penetration style defender & as an edge setting role player

  • Work ethic shines bright on tape, makes a lot of second & third effort plays

  • Functional strength is strong, illustrates power & pop in his hands to collapse the POA

  • Large wingspan, when working in tight quarters he's a very sufficient wrap up tackler

  • Strong & effective stepping back inside on interior gap challenges when given 2-way go

  • Nice release from 2-point stance, steps in from wider angles & still brings power

  • Very smart, offers a lot of savvy on the edge to force missed punches, & false steps

  • Put him on the LOS or rushing the passer & his spatial awareness is incredible

  • High motor defender who may slot well into an odd front defense as a stand up OLB

  • Developed pass rusher & has been successfully integrated into multiple alignments 

 

Player Notes Cons

 

  • Loose hips create width but too often looks to come back inside with an ineffective spin

  • Issues are present on his release off the snap, too often his pads popped right up

  • On occasion vs bigger bodies, gets swallowed up & doesn't have the recovery strength

  • Can overrun opportunities in the open field when challenging WRs or ball carriers

  • Isolate him on the edge & attack him with reads, he will not consistently get home

  • There are definitely some leverage issues present that will flare up in his game