Terrell Burgess - Utah

Height/Weight - 5'11/202

Age/Birthday - 21 Years Old, (November 12, 1998)

Combine Results - 40-4.46, Vert-33.5", Broad-122.0"

Class - Senior

Conference - PAC 12 South

NFL Draft Projection - Round 4-5

College Stats -

2019 - 50 (Solos)/31 (Assists)/7.5 (TFL)/0.5 (Sacks)/1(INT)/5(PD)

2018 - 11 (Solos)/5 (Assists)/0.5 (TFL)/0.0 (Sacks)/0(INT)/3(PD)

2017 - 10 (Solos)/8 (Assists)/1.0 (TFL)/0.0 (Sacks)/0(INT)/0(PD)

2016 - 1 (Solos)/0 (Assists)/0.0 (TFL)/0.0 (Sacks)/0(INT)/1(PD)

NFL Player ComparisonSean Davis, Jahleel Addae

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

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Player Notes Pros

  • Good ability to wall vertical stems in the MOF before flipping to carry & get depth 

  • Deep capability is excellent, has trigger ability to jump down in front of receivers

  • Like how quick he is to trigger into pursuit, notable when rolling down into the alley

  • Have seen him wrangle down bigger bodies in one on one open field situations

  • Foot activity & reliable framing of his tackles allow him to be a standout tackler

  • Heady, especially inside 20 yards where he's processing route stems & anticipating

  • Very cerebral player who wins often with preparation & feel for the game

  • Picks ball up in flight effectively on deep targets & ensure he's worked back to the WR

  • Motor doesn't shut off, flashes into the alley & then doubled back on interior keeps

  • Good action in the lower half, his feet allow him to make consistent redirections

  • Nice patience with his back to the ball, appreciate how well he processes route breaks

  • Teams that run a lot of nickel defense will love him for what he brings as a 3rd safety 


Player Notes Cons


  • Lack of length is a notable earmark to consider when projecting him at the next level

  • Bodied by bigger WRs inside contact window, lack of length makes it hard offset power

  • Speed turns & transitions can concede space as he looks to work back into the body

  • Lack of size & strength are worth noting here if you're going to put him on TE duty

  • May not project into an ideal role as a base defender, likely rotational player

  • Not the most fluid defender & tight man coverage can yield some quick separation