Trey Hendrickson-DE/LB-Florida Atlantic
Size: 6’4 266lbs

Trey Hendrickson

Strengths:

  • Footwork
  • Special teams monster
  • Lateral quickness
  • Solid tackler
  • Effective hand usage

Analysis: Trey Hendrickson has solid upper-body turn that presents a difficult target for tackles to punch. Rushes with good lean and has a strong club hand to soften the edge. Uses arm extension and acceleration to generate some speed-to-power push. Impressive, fluid footwork with spin move counter. Hands are effective at warding off cut blocks. Rakes at the ball as tackler, forcing six fumbles over final two seasons at FAU. Special teams demon; blocked a punt, two field goals and an extra point in 2016.

Weaknesses:

  • Small arms
  • Play speed
  • Needs to set better edge
  • Plays too tall
  • Fight against blocks better

Analysis: Trey Hendrickson has average height with lean legs and short arms for the edge, something scouts notice right away. He is not an “other side of the line” run defender. A tick slow to diagnose and respond off snap. Allows blockers to cross his face and beat him to the block. Got hooked and secured by smallish tight end Jonnu Smith from Florida International. Needs to do better job of thumping and setting a strong edge. Plays too tall in his tackle-end twist transitions, allowing blockers under his pads.

NFL Comparison: Rob Ninkovich

Draft Projection: Round 4-5

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