Trevor Guyton scouting report

Trevor Guyton DE California #92
Ht: 6’3″

Wt: 285

 
Strengths:
Impressive size and strength. Strong bull rush; does a nice job consistently staying low and using good leverage. Has the ability to be end an in a 3-4 or 4-3 system, and could be considered a pass rushing three-technique tackle by some teams. Has the lower body strength to anchor against the point of attack against the run. Coaches and teammates speak highly of his work ethic and leadership qualities.
Weaknesses:
Limited athleticism; not a consistent pass rush threat due to limited speed off the edge and explosion off the snap. Below average change-of-direction ability; once he gets moving, he lacks the balance and agility to quickly alter his course and isn’t a strong playmaker in pursuit as a result.
Comments:
What you see is what you get with Guyton. He’s is limited physically, and probably isn’t going to be a three-down lineman at the next level as a result. However, he does have the potential to be a quality situational lineman. In a deep rotation in a 4-3 system he could contribute as a right defensive end on run downs and then shift inside to tackle in passing situations.
Videos:
2011 vs Stanford
2010 vs Texas 
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2012 Leave a comment

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