He has no problem being physical and fighting through contact. Pittsburgh Steelers Chase Claypool NFL Draft 2020: Scouting Report for Pittsburgh Steelers' Pick Matt Miller @. One SEC coach who saw Headley earlier in his career was shocked by his improvement, crediting his excellent work ethic and makeup. Is real good positionally, and doesn’t get beat in many battles. Player Comparison: Julius Peppers.

► Scouting report: A smooth skater who makes his presence felt in the defensive end.

Get the latest stats, rankings, scouting reports, and more about player Chase Headley on Baseball America Claypool brings a mean game of tenacity and strength.

An athletic 6-foot-4, 215-pounder, Bradley is also a top quarterback prospect who would play both baseball and football at Oklahoma in the unlikely event that he doesn't turn pro. It will be interesting to see how LSU's passing offense performs after losing Burrow to the NFL.

Copyright © 2020 Baseball America Enterprises. That physicality gives him value as a run blocker, as his determination and physicality overwhelms defensive backs often.
► Last season: Frolunda Jr. (Sweden) — 40 games, 15 goals, 33 assists.

► Scouting report: Tall, rangy offensive defenseman who most mock drafts had pegged as a first-round pick. ► Scouting report: Is a dynamic offensive player who has been a top prospect from the beginning of this past season. Please check your email for a confirmation. ► Scouting report: Sebrango described himself as an old-school type of defenseman who can still play the new-age, puck-moving style. https://draftwire.usatoday.com/2020/03/12/2020-nfl-draft-chase-claypool-scouting-report/, WATCH: Antoine Winfield Jr. get 1st career interception, Ben DiNucci ready to start if needed: 'This team drafted me for a reason', Joe Burrow tops 400 yards, scores 4 TDs vs. Browns, Antonio Gibson pays tribute to LeBron James with TD celebration, Rookie CB Trevon Diggs off to strong start in 2020, Your California Privacy Rights/Privacy Policy. Claypool isn’t just a big receiver, though: he can move. If you’re looking for a big and physical wideout, you’ll find exactly that in Claypool. … Size is a concern but should grow into his body. He can do a better job of sinking his hips into his cuts, though it is admittedly tougher for a player with his length. Real good on the power play. With size and bulk that gives him a frame that looks a lot like that of a tight end, Claypool is a lengthy target on the outside with a large catch radius. yards, 20 touchdowns, and 21.19 avg per reception Ja’Marr Chase is a well-rounded wide receiver who put up outstanding numbers in his sophomore campaign while opting out of his junior year because of COVID-19. … Has played well against men this season in Swedish pro league. Headley headed to Pacific and hit .330 as a freshman before deciding to transfer. ► Scouting report: Headed to Wisconsin (coached by former Wings assistant coach Tony Granato) Stange is considered a fine two-way player who has a tireless approach to the game. A possible late-bloomer. ► Scouting report: An athletic goalie who will contort his body in any direction to make a save, Bednar has starred in world tournaments and more than held his own playing against men in Czech pro league. He is one of the more advanced technicians among this edge class that gets pretty weak after Chase Young at the top. A great skater. Will get a chance to develop at the collegiate level. ► Last season: Lethbridge (WHL) — 63 games, 20 goals, 47 assists. Plays a smart, all-around game, with his passing a particular strength. Claypool does plenty of physicality, but his release against press is pretty average. ►Last season: Omaha (USHL)— 34 games, seven goals, 12 assists. Needs to grow physically. ► Last season: Tri-City (USHL) — 48 games, 2 goals, 11 assists. ► Last season: Portland (WHL) — 60 games, 22 goals, 27 assists. Scouts like the fact Viro has gotten better as he’s moved up in levels. Defensively, Headley is just adequate, lacking in lateral movement but coming in well on bunt plays and showing an average arm. ► Scouting report: Son of former NHL player Adrian Aucoin, Kyle is regarded as a competitive two-way defender, a good skater, and plays a smart game having been around NHL locker rooms. ► Scouting report: Cotton wasn’t picked as a draft eligible last year and might have used it as motivation, as he enjoyed a career-best offensive season.

Further ahead offensively than defensively right now. He has the ball skills and the body control to high point and make tough adjustments to the ball. His strong hands allow him to make difficult grabs in tight windows.

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His acceleration coming out of his breaks isn’t as good as his straight-line speed, either. All rights reserved. ► Last season: Kitchener (OHL) — 56 games, six goals, 24 assists. A big-bodied, physical specimen with an enticing combination of length, strength and speed, Claypool has plenty of physical tools to work with. … Can create offense with his goal-scoring or deft passing. He doesn’t have the quick-twitch agility to utilize a speed release, and his hands aren’t quick enough to swat away defenders consistently.

Though Claypool’s skill set is abundant with physical talents, lateral quickness isn’t one of them.

Scouting report on newest Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool. BA Newsletter: Get Analysis, Rankings Delivered To Your Inbox! © 2020 www.detroitnews.com. Headed to play at Harvard.

► Last season: Frolunda (Sweden) — 33 games, 4 goals, 6 assists. Chase Young is a rare defensive prospect with an elite overall skill set. Will get a chance to develop at the collegiate level. Headed to Acadie-Bathurst in the Quebec junior league. While he’s good in contested catch situations, having to rely on them as much as he does isn’t ideal. November 22, 2019 8:11 am ET. Chris Simms and Paul Burmeister share their scouting report of Notre Dame WR Chase Claypool, who was one of the big winners at this year's scouting combine. March 12, 2020 1:41 pm.
As if his 4.42 40-yard dash didn’t make it apparent enough, the Golden Domer has good acceleration off the snap for such a big wideout and can stretch the field as a vertical threat if need be. Some feel he tries to do too much offensively sometimes. A low, second-round pick on some mock drafts. He also has proven to be a more-than-capable cover defender on special teams. Projecting most favorably to a role at the next level as a 4-3 defensive end, Young is without limitations and any minor concerns about his projection to the next level are minor.