I did a little research on Guillory......6'4" 255lbs. ran consistent low 4.4 40's.
Athletically his skills are similar to players much smaller in his agility, quickness, change of direction, stop and go movement, and burst for a player of his size.He has good lateral hip movement to convert over to LB.Some experts see another DeMarcus Ware in him and he comes from the Sun Belt conference as did Ware. He has excellent anticipation and jump off the snap of the ball, who brings consistent heat and burst off the edge versus opponents, along with striking fear into opposing players often resulting in false starts and frustration before games end.He also has the speed and quickness to run down plays from the backside, with the closing speed to frequently run down ball carriers, and a player who looks to initiate contact with opponents with an attacking style of play on the field. He is a player that plays light on his feet, who battles opponents till the whistle, with the physical nastiness needed to be a dominant figure on the field, and the most important elements of determination and passion he displays on the field that will maximize his play
He is a disruptive playmaker and momentum changer to the flow and tempo of any game, a player opposing teams must account for on each and every play.
This guy has room to improve but he is a raw talent that someone will pick up.....