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The Top DL/DT Prospects For The 2024 NFL Draft

April 18, 2024 Drew & Rob
The Top DL/DT Prospects For The 2024 NFL Draft
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2 Giant Goofballs: A NY Giants Podcast
The Top DL/DT Prospects For The 2024 NFL Draft
Apr 18, 2024
Drew & Rob

In this episode, we explore the top defensive tackle prospects entering the 2024 NFL Draft, each bringing a unique blend of size, strength, and agility to the interior of the defensive line.

Byron Murphy II (Texas): Murphy is a disruptive force in the trenches with a rare combination of size and athleticism, capable of collapsing the pocket and stuffing the run with equal effectiveness.

Jer’Zhan Newton (Illinois): Newton is a powerful interior presence with excellent hand usage and leverage, often commanding double teams and freeing up teammates to make plays.

Branden Fiske (Florida State): Fiske is a versatile defensive tackle with the ability to play multiple techniques along the defensive line, offering valuable flexibility and scheme versatility.

Ruke Orhorhoro (Clemson): Orhorhoro is a dominant run-stuffer with excellent strength and anchor ability, capable of holding his ground against double teams and clogging running lanes.

Kris Jenkins (Michigan): Jenkins is a disruptive interior pass rusher with a quick first step and excellent hand technique, often collapsing the pocket and disrupting timing in the passing game.

Brandon D'Orlus (Oregon): D'Orlus is a high-motor defensive tackle with a relentless pursuit of the football, often chasing down ball carriers from sideline to sideline and making plays in the backfield.

T’Vondre Sweat (Texas): Sweat is a disruptive force on the interior with excellent burst off the line of scrimmage and the ability to penetrate gaps and disrupt plays in the backfield.

Michael Hall Jr (Ohio State): Hall Jr is a disruptive interior presence with excellent size and power, capable of anchoring against the run and collapsing the pocket as a pass rusher.

DeWayne Carter (Duke): Carter is a disruptive interior defender with excellent instincts and awareness, often diagnosing plays quickly and getting into the backfield to disrupt the offense.

Leonard Taylor III (Miami): Taylor III is a versatile defensive tackle with the size and athleticism to line up at multiple positions along the defensive line, offering valuable versatility and scheme flexibility.

Join us as we delve into the strengths and potential impact of these top defensive tackle prospects, offering insights into the future of NFL defensive fronts and the next generation of interior disruptors.

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Show Notes

In this episode, we explore the top defensive tackle prospects entering the 2024 NFL Draft, each bringing a unique blend of size, strength, and agility to the interior of the defensive line.

Byron Murphy II (Texas): Murphy is a disruptive force in the trenches with a rare combination of size and athleticism, capable of collapsing the pocket and stuffing the run with equal effectiveness.

Jer’Zhan Newton (Illinois): Newton is a powerful interior presence with excellent hand usage and leverage, often commanding double teams and freeing up teammates to make plays.

Branden Fiske (Florida State): Fiske is a versatile defensive tackle with the ability to play multiple techniques along the defensive line, offering valuable flexibility and scheme versatility.

Ruke Orhorhoro (Clemson): Orhorhoro is a dominant run-stuffer with excellent strength and anchor ability, capable of holding his ground against double teams and clogging running lanes.

Kris Jenkins (Michigan): Jenkins is a disruptive interior pass rusher with a quick first step and excellent hand technique, often collapsing the pocket and disrupting timing in the passing game.

Brandon D'Orlus (Oregon): D'Orlus is a high-motor defensive tackle with a relentless pursuit of the football, often chasing down ball carriers from sideline to sideline and making plays in the backfield.

T’Vondre Sweat (Texas): Sweat is a disruptive force on the interior with excellent burst off the line of scrimmage and the ability to penetrate gaps and disrupt plays in the backfield.

Michael Hall Jr (Ohio State): Hall Jr is a disruptive interior presence with excellent size and power, capable of anchoring against the run and collapsing the pocket as a pass rusher.

DeWayne Carter (Duke): Carter is a disruptive interior defender with excellent instincts and awareness, often diagnosing plays quickly and getting into the backfield to disrupt the offense.

Leonard Taylor III (Miami): Taylor III is a versatile defensive tackle with the size and athleticism to line up at multiple positions along the defensive line, offering valuable versatility and scheme flexibility.

Join us as we delve into the strengths and potential impact of these top defensive tackle prospects, offering insights into the future of NFL defensive fronts and the next generation of interior disruptors.

#nfldraft #draft #nfl

Support the Show.

All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & Twitch

Sponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballs

Interested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368

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