Nevada - Wolf Pack
Brett Roy - #47 - DT-DE
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/21/2012 Nevada Pro Day||6-2 3/4||275||9 1/8||32 1/8||77||4.90||9'2"||29||4.42||7.38|
|02/29/2012 Combine||6-2 7/8||275||9 3/8||32 3/4||77 3/4||5.04||32||9'0"||30 1/2||4.64||7.32|
|01/30/2012 Players Classic||6-2 5/8||273||9 1/4||32 3/8||78 1/8|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-2 7/8||263||9||32 3/8||78 1/8||4.89|
Captained the football, basketball and track-and-field teams as a California prep. Redshirted in 2007 after arriving as a 205-pound outside linebacker. Appeared in 11 games in ’08, recording 11 tackles, one tackle for loss and zero sacks. Suffered a stinger against Fresno State and sat out against San Jose State. A reserve in ’09, tallied 22-1-0 in 13 games. Started all 14 games in ’10 and produced 50-14 1⁄2-8 with three batted passes. Led the WAC in tackles for loss and sacks in ’11 after recording 66-18 1⁄2-10 with six passes batted down in 13 starts at defensive tackle. Team captain.Positives:
Good instincts and recognition. Tough, physical and hardworking with a motor that does not quit. Has a blue-collar, bulldog mentality and will elevate the play of his teammates. Outstanding inside production — can create some mismatches with his initial quickness and gives excellent pursuit effort flattening down the line and stringing plays out. Chases like a linebacker and smells blood closing. Flashes the ability to stack and shed. Versatile and has played multiple positions. Exceptional character. Smart, competitive and mentally tough. Emotional leader. Holds teammates accountable.Negatives:
Has a nearly maxed-out frame. Limited athletically and has a laboring movement style. Ultra-stiff. Plays too upright with average knee bend, explosion and power. Struggles to handle double teams on the inside and lacks the foot quickness, agility and burst desired on the outside.Summary:
More strong than explosive, Roy is a classic tweener who lacks ideal size for the inside and projects best as an edge-setting 4-3 base end or 3-4 outside linebacker in the pros. Might not look pretty and often could be a step late to arrive but will make his presence continually felt behind the line and in the locker room. A wardaddy who will find a way and would fit well with a physical, hard-nosed defense such as the Ravens, Texans or Jets or could add grit to an undisciplined romper room.
Brett Roy's Draft Stock
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