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Old 10-19-2009, 05:59 AM   #1
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Default The Best DT in the 2010 Draft

http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2010nsuh.php

Nebraska's Ndamukong Suh

College: Nebraska
Height/Weight: 6-4, 295 - 305

Suh is a four-year player and three-year starter. He was one of the top high school players in 2005 and ended up going to Nebraska from Oregon because he had family in the state. Suh was Nebraska's leading tackler in 2008 -- the first defensive lineman to lead the team in tackles in 35 years. He also holds the record for interceptions and interceptions returned for touchdowns by a defensive tackle. Suh has outstanding quickness and strength for the position, is a very good athlete and will be a top 10 pick.



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2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rec: 1-2-2-1; 39 Sol-76 TT, 16 TFL, 7.5 SK, 2 INT, 3 PBU, 6 QBH, 1 FF, 2 BLK; Second team All-Big 12. In 2008. First Nebraska defensive lineman to lead the team in tackles since 1973. His 19 tackles for loss were the eighth-best total in school history. His play helped Nebraska finish second in the Big 12 in total defense at 349.8 yards per game, an improvement of 126 yards per game from the 2007 campaign. Intercepted a pair of passes and returned both of them for touchdowns, including a dramatic game-clinching score in the regular-season finale against Colorado. He had a career game against Kansas (12 tackles, 4 TFL, 2.5 sacks) that earned him Big 12 Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors. Became a fixture as a fullback in short-yardage situations late in the season, and against the Jayhawks he showed his athletic ability when he caught a two-yard touchdown pass. Showed no ill effects from knee surgery that kept him out of spring practice. His sack and tackle for loss numbers led the team. His 5.8 tackles per game led all Big 12 defensive linemen. 2007: 12 GP; 11 GS; 22 Sol-34 TT, 6 TFL, 1 SK, 2 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 BLK; Had knee surgery in early March will sideline him for the spring season. Played a key role in NUís 20-17 win at Wake Forest, recording two tackles for loss - one forced Wake to kick a field goal and the other helping result in a game-saving interception in the fourth quarter. 2006: 14 GP; 0 GS; 12 Sol-19 TT, 8 TFL, 3.5 SK, 1 INT, 2 QBH, 1 FF; Among the team leaders in both tackles for loss and sacks. He also saw time on special teams as a blocker on the place-kicking unit. 2005: 2 GP; 0 GS; 0 Sol-1 TT; Suh was one of a school-record 13 true freshmen to see action in 2005. He played in the first two games and had an assisted tackle against Wake Forest before missing the remainder of the season after undergoing knee surgery to fix torn meniscus suffered his senior year in high school playing basketball. Personal: Suhís mother, Bernadette, is from Jamaica, while his father, Michael, hails from Cameroon. In the Ngema tribe in Cameroon, Ndamukong means "House of Spears."


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Ndamukong Suh has become the best player in all of college football. The man can do things that no other can. At times, he looks like Superman swatting flies. Donít pencil him in as the #1 overall pick; put it in permanent marker and laminate it. If the NFL team that has the first pick in the 2010 NFL Draft passes up on Suh, it's just because they think their future franchise quarterback is looking them in the face.

The man is simply incredible. Not a mammoth man like a Terrance Cody, Suh packs a lot of power and natural strength into his 6í 4Ē 305 pound frame and, frankly, college lineman are just no match for the force that is Ndamukong Suh. Possessing a fantastic burst and quickness of the snap, Suh is in your backfield before youíve gotten up in the morning. He regularly beats lineman to the corner on traps and pulls, nullifying the play before itís really even started.

And just to mix things up, he simply moves you where he wants to go and tosses you aside with sheer beastly strength. His bull rush is better than that of many NFL linemen.

An elite athlete, Suh has multiple pass rush moves and can spin either way to get free. His hand punch is like a sledgehammer on concrete, keeping blockers away from his body and allowing him to easily disengage to make tackles. His 5.5 TFL and 3 sacks donít tell the whole story but Suh opens things up for the rest of the Husker defence, regularly drawing double-teams and pushing the action towards fellow defenders. He is a presence that needs to be accounted for on every snap.

He is generally quite instinctive and reads plays quickly. He makes linebacker type plays in the box, on the edges and at the sidelines and will hustle down the line and chase the ball all over. Even when fooled, he has the quickness to get back into the action. His athletic ability also lends him to shifting over at times to the edge and would make a prototype 3-4 end as well.

There is very little to nitpick about Suh. His technique doesnít always match his physical gifts but that can be corrected with a little bit more attention to detail. Injuries derailed the start of his college career, a torn meniscus suffered in high school forced him to take a medical redshirt after two games in 2005 and knee surgery in spring of 2007 hampered him that year. He will wear down at times but that could be due to his all-out effort and hustle more than poor conditioning.

Suh played only two games as a freshman but was a key backup during the 2006 season, playing in 14 games and totaling 19 tackles, 8 TFL and 3.5 sacks. The knee surgery hampered him as a sophomore in 2007 as he totaled only 34 tackles, 6 TFL and 1 sack. The light turned on for Suh in 2008 as the DT led the Huskers in tackles with 76, the first Nebraska lineman to do so since 1973, notched 19 TFL and posted 7.5 sacks. Displaying the elite athleticism that has scouts (and people like me) drooling, Suh snared two INT and returned both for TD, one of which clinched a dramatic victory over Colorado in season-finale. His 5.4 tackles/game led the Big 12 lineman by nearly a tackle and a half. Suh also gets used on short yardage plays and caught a 2-yard TD against Kansas.
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Default Re: The Best DT in the 2010 Draft

Not that it means that much, but I have seen him play twice so far this year, and I agree. He is the best player in the game. Can't see him going later than 2.
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hypothetically speaking, where would he fit on our DL?
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Personally I'd rather get Terrence Cody from Alabama...dude def has the size and talent to replace Big Snack...heres his Bio 6-5 and 365 pounds....one word "beast"
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hypothetically speaking, where would he fit on our DL?
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hypothetically speaking, where would he fit on our DL?
He doesn't have the size we like at NT ( I believe he is just over 300 lb.), thats not saying he couldn't do it, but I think would fit best a DE.
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hypothetically speaking, where would he fit on our DL?
anywhere, but most likely on the end.
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Personally I'd rather get Terrence Cody from Alabama...dude def has the size and talent to replace Big Snack...heres his Bio 6-5 and 365 pounds....one word "beast"
one word - FAT -
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one word - FAT -
I would take Jamaal Wiliams as a NT in a heartbeat and he is 6′3″, 350 pounds....our own Casey Hampton is 6'1" and 325.

Terrance Cody at 6'5" 365 lbs is hardly vaulted into the "fat" category in comparison.
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I would take Jamaal Wiliams as a NT in a heartbeat and he is 6′3″, 350 pounds....our own Casey Hampton is 6'1" and 325.

Terrance Cody at 6'5" 365 lbs is hardly vaulted into the "fat" category in comparison.
ummmm...actually they're all fat....
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