Daeshon Hall-DE-Texas A&M
Size: 6’5 266lbs

Daeshon Hall

Strengths:

  • Versatile
  • Length
  • High effort guy
  • Flexible

Analysis: Daeshon Hall was overshadowed in College Station by the future No.1 pick Myles Garrett. That doesn’t stop NFL scouts from falling in love with Hall. He has experience at wide-9, 5-technique and as an outside linebacker. Frame filled out at a rapid rate over last few seasons at A&M. Coaches believe he can add and sustain even more muscle. Has length and average quickness to dart into gaps and breach the flow of the play.¬†One year of defensive line play makes him moldable for NFL coaches. Has decent bend-and-rip rush move. Has shown ability to get skinny and wedge between double-team blocks. Flexible upper body along with coordinated work between hands and feet suggest future improvements as interior rusher. Effort player who hustles his way into tackles.

Weaknesses:

  • Still learning nuances of d-line
  • Needs to muscle to frame–especially lower body
  • Hand usage
  • Technique

Analysis: Daeshon Hall is still learning how to play on the nuances of defensive line–coaching will be key to his success at the next level. He is still learning to play lower and drop anchor at the point of attack. Will get bounced around and widened out of the gap by size. Needs weight work to supplement average contact balance. Washed down by redirect blocks too easily. Needs to become more commanding and authoritative with his hands. Pad level too high and too welcoming for opposing blockers.¬†Needs to prove he has toughness to play as a 3-4 defensive end.

NFL Comparison: Jason Jones

Draft Projection: Round 3

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