2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report: DT Jordon Scott

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Jordon Scott aligns as an IDL for the Ducks' hybrid defense. He aligns mostly at NT in the 0-technique. He is a bit undersized by ideal NFL parameters. However, he has good athleticism, as evidenced in his get-off and agility. He is a shorter player who plays with natural leverage. When his pad level is good his bull rush is effective. He could potentially add value as a rusher in subpackage situations. 

Ideal Role: Subpackage rusher.

Scheme Fit: 4-3 defensive scheme or any single-gap system.

Written by Drae Harris

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Drae Harris

Senior NFL Draft Analyst

Drae Harris is a Senior NFL Draft Analyst and seven-year scouting veteran in the NFL. He's a former player for the Cal Golden Bears and San Francisco 49ers.

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