Sewo Olonilua - TCU

Height/Weight - 6'3/232/Hands-10.0"

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (November 27, 1997)

Combine/Pro Day Results - 40-4.66, Vert-36.0", Broad-123.0"

Class - Senior

ConferenceBig 12

NFL Draft Projection - Round 7-UDFA

College Stats -

2019 - Rushing: 134/537/4.0/8  Receiving: 24/114/4.8/1

2018 - Rushing: 135/635/4.7/2  Receiving: 15/86/5.7/0

2017 - Rushing: 64/330/5.2/7  Receiving: 19/166/8.7/0

2016 - Rushing: 15/122/8.1/1  Receiving: 2/17/8.5/0

 

NFL Player Comparison - Spencer Ware, Jay Ajayi

Current ADP - 60+ (Rookie Drafts), 300+ (Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

  • Outstanding size and athleticism for the running back position at 6’3 and 240 pounds

  • Squats over 700lbs & has been named to Bruce Feldman’s “freak list” multiple times

  • When he’s able to open up in space, he’s a dangerous combination of size and speed

  • Productive in the pass game, was a touchdown machine throughout college career

  • Displays incredible can be used effectively on both inside & outside zone runs

  • Should trim down to improve burst & give a more determined effort in pass protection

  • Explosive athlete, surprising build up speed catches defenders off guard regularly

  • Above average lateral agility & short area burst to alter rush track for a big back

  • Great patience & vision to sets up & follows lead blocks with efficiency & power

  • Nearly unstoppable in short yardage & red zone scenarios rarely gets stuffed

  • Potential to be more punishing finisher, creates alternate routes when rush lanes close

  • Natural & confident as pass option, great catch radius & in air body adjustments

 

Player Notes Cons

 

  • Lacks next level vision behind the line of scrimmage, too often running into contact

  • Doesn’t totally unlock his power & athleticism because of issues behind the LOS

  • Faced a felony drug charge last off season that is somewhat concerning to say the least

  • Concerns about his off the field actions will likely push him to the ranks of an UDFA

  • Disappointing career fumble rate, needs to trust block development & keep runs on time

  • Breaks off runs to backside when play side has life, too eager to bounce runs outside

  • Lacks light feet & elusiveness to slip open field tackles, Contact balance is average

  • Effort and technique not ready for NFL pass protection, needs pro coaching to develop