Shaq Quarterman - Miami

Height/Weight - 6'0/234

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (October 28, 1997)

Combine Results - 40-4.74, Vert-31.0", Broad-120.0"

Class - Senior

Conference - Atlantic Coast (Coastal)

NFL Draft Projection - Round 7

College Stats -

2019 - 51 (Solos)/56 (Assists)/15.5 (TFL)/1.0 (Sacks)

2018 - 45 (Solos)/37 (Assists)/14.0 (TFL)/5.0 (Sacks)

2017 - 43 (Solos)/40 (Assists)/7.0 (TFL)/2.5 (Sacks)

2016 - 43 (Solos)/41 (Assists)/10.0 (TFL)/3.5 (Sacks)

NFL Player ComparisonDanny Trevathan, Demario Davis

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

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Player Notes Pros

  • He is very quick to snap his feet & get aligned to work back into pursuit

  • Well polished as 4 year starter, disciplined in his keys to gain ground towards the ball

  • Tremendous hitting power & has put some really good ball carriers flat on their backs

  • Got a nice slip move that allows him to duck contact, does well to sink & get leverage

  • Excellent at plugging gaps, gets under pads & collapses OL with authority in run game

  • Stout as they come, built thick which allows him to absolutely unload on the opposition

  • Challenge plays inside the numbers with tenacity & has great linear burst

  • Success pressing him into gaps, then bouncing to gain free access to the second level

  • Can step up in space & fill against RBs on check downs as well as isolated on an island

  • He's quick to trigger down hill & has the density to push through lateral contact

  • Will own C-gap in the ground game & will be persistent thorn in blocking run schemes 

  • Build up speed allows him to work back into plays if team defense contain is sufficient

  • Agile enough to duck under IOL blocks when they climb to the second level

  • He's got good natural leverage built into his frame with how compact his is built

  • Anticipates flow coming out of the mesh point to uncover & meet the ball carrier 

Player Notes Cons


  • Tackle radius can be somewhat tempered by his lack of reach & length

  • He doesn't have the foot speed, hip hinge or length to thrive in open space

  • Doesn't illustrate a high level of top end speed, which is notable when moving laterally

  • Not overly springy in lateral spaces & shallow angles struggles to change directions

  • Issues getting open out of his run read steps & as a result OL can climb & beat him