SKOL Search: Levi Onwuzurike Scouting Report

SKOL Search: Levi Onwuzurike Scouting Report

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Levi Onwuzurike

Height: 6’3″

Weight: 290 lbs

Strengths: A 3 technique out of Texas, Levi Onwuzurike went to Seattle and had a very successful college career. Utilizing his explosive first step, he made a major impact on a defense that was dominant at times in the PAC-12. Plays with excellent leverage that allows him to shed blocks and me a major factor in the running game. Has violent and powerful hands that allow him to break away from blockers and become a force in both the running and passing games. Displays a bevy of pass rush moves. Onwuzurike has a motor that runs hot at all times that pairs extremely well with his athletic and technical traits.

Weaknesses: While he projects out best as a 3 technique, Onwuzurike was used often out of position as a 0/1 technique. Saw a lot of double teams and struggled against them. His pass rush plan does need some improvement. While he has all the tools to thrive as a rusher, Onwuzurike can struggle with counter

Pass Rush Moves8.5/10
Run Defense8.5/10
Grade83.5/100 Second Rounder

Levi Onwuzurike is a stud 3 technique with the potential to bulk up and play in an odd front. While his technique needs some refinement, there is no doubt that his athleticism is top-notch, and can be a really good NFL player with some fine-tuning. If the Vikings choose Onwuzurike, he would benefit greatly from the coaching Andre Patterson can provide.

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