Patrick Queen - LSU

Height/Weight - 6'0/229

Age/Birthday - 21 Years Old, (August 13, 1999)

Combine Results - 40-4.50, Vert-35.0", Broad-125.0"

Class - Junior

Conference - SEC (West)

NFL Draft Projection - Round 1

College Stats -

2019 - 37 (Solos)/48 (Assists)/12.0 (TFL)/3.0 (Sacks)

2018 - 20 (Solos)/20 (Assists)/5.0 (TFL)/1.0 (Sacks)

2017 - 2 (Solos)/4 (Assists)/0.5 (TFL)/0.0 (Sacks)

NFL Player ComparisonRoquan Smith, Kwon Alexander

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

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Player Notes Pros

  • Super rangy, closes distances rapidly, quick processor fast to flow & work in pursuit

  • Operates with excellent spatial awareness as he navigates his course to the football

  • Fluid & flexible mover in all directions, lateral mobility is smooth & feet are springy

  • Can be trusted with zone drops when depth is required & will reach those landmarks

  • Hard charging LB that slips blocks & finds his way through congested areas of the field

  • Explosive hitter both taking on blocks & finishing tackles, has the tone setters mentality

  • Reactive athleticism to carry running backs & tight ends into space in man coverage

  • Takes tight & aggressive angles to the football in pursuit of ball carrier

  • Ability to time the snap, accelerate & his motor makes him an effective gap shooter

  • Sees things quicker than most, routinely gets to spot before blockers have a chance

  • Plus reach & his body mobility allows him to drive into tackles when crashing down

  • Peripheral vision & anticipation shine through as well, got a lot of looks in man to man

  • Effortless in shallow steps, staying square & playing from a firm base in all phases

  • Rarely wastes steps & provides great efficiency to arrive quickly to the ball in traffic

Player Notes Cons

 

  • Couldn’t beat out Michael Divinity early in 19' after starting LSU’s final five games in 18'

  • Has to reduce his aiming point as a tackler, frequently subjected to stiff arms

  • Lacks starting experience as he only started 16 games during his LSU career

  • His functional power isn't where he hangs his hat, adequate but not great

  • Isn't a thumper LB & excels most when he's afforded free range to scrape & flow