Jordan Elliot - Missouri

Height/Weight - 6'4/302

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (November 23, 1997)

Combine Results - 40-5.02, Vert-27.5", Broad-"

Class - RS Junior

Conference - SEC East

NFL Draft Projection - Round 4-5

College Stats -

2019 - 31 (Solos)/13 (Assists)/8.5 (TFL)/2.5 (Sacks) (Missouri)

2018 - 17 (Solos)/7 (Assists)/8.0 (TFL)/3.0 (Sacks) (Missouri)

2016 - 4 (Solos)/4 (Assists)/1.5 (TFL)/0.0 (Sacks) (Texas)

NFL Player ComparisonQuinnen Williams, Javon Hargrave

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

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Player Notes Pros

  • Some impressive reps defending the run where he’s able to anchor at the point of attack

  • Slippery shooting gaps & rushing the passer where he’s able to get penetration 

  • Has experience two gapping from a variety of alignments, due to versatility 

  • Elliott does well to work his hands effectively & compete to clear his pads

  • Built in a lab. Has great length throughout his frame, ideal mass, & no bad weight

  • Uses length & upper-body power extremely well when initiating contact with his hands

  • Can work initial lock of elbows into a bull-rush to compromise pocket integrity as well

  • Has impressive core strength to wrench opponents out of gaps & uproot as he works

  • First step is explosive and deep, and he accordingly excels as an interior gap shooter

  • Good hip mobility & flexibility to present a large surface inside gaps & retain balance

  • Explosiveness flashes in pursuit of QB and RB alike, closes distance quick to his target

  • Regularly generating sacks and TFLs for his teammates given his disruptive profile

  • High-ceiling considering his impressive production/film in 2019; sky is the limit


Player Notes Cons


  • Bad tendency to pop up out of his stance and get his eyes in the backfield

  • Does not process & read blocks well or with any sort of consistency 

  • Reps are often played too close to the vest & he’s in a state of recovery with his hands

  • Too often dies on his rep in the running game because he plays out of control

  • will turn his shoulders into the line of scrimmage and lose his ability to track the ball

  • Also shows too much willingness to sit on blocks as a pass-rusher

  • Struggles to finish tackles at times and may prove to have grip strength issues