Bear Pascoe Scouting Report

By Michael Pierce

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Pascoe Bear Fresno State TE 5.9
Last Name First Name College Position Final Grade
6'5? 251 4.97
Height Weight 40 Time
Q.A.B 4.5

Quick Feet 4.5

C.O.D 5.0

Flexibility 5.0

Coordination 6.0

Pascoe is not the most athletic TE and is not going to beat anyone with quickness or speed. He does have some quickness getting off the ball cleanly. Pascoe has adequate footwork to change directions which makes him a decent route runner. He shows good body control when laying out for a catch or adjusting to a poorly thrown ball.
Toughness 6.5

Clutch Play 5.0

Production 4.0

Consistency 5.0

Team Player 6.5

Pride/Quit 6.5

Pascoe is a very tough player and I think that's his forte. His production is very lacking and inconsistent; his effort, however, is not lacking he plays very hard and strong all the way to the whistle. Pascoe gives maximum effort on every play and that is one of the things that makes him a solid team player with a lot of pride.
Learn/Retain 6.0

Inst/Reaction 6.0

Concentration 6.0

Pascoe is a solid player, he is not going to dissect the zone with the QB and pick apart all the way down the field. He displays good instincts and reactions especially on in line blocking and underneath the coverage.
Body Type 7.5

Durability 6.5

Explosion 6.5

Play Strength 7.0

Pascoe has excellent size and strength to play TE in the NFL. He is an explosive player driving right through people on blocks and he takes tremendous pride in running through defenders in an effort to pick up extra yardage. He has missed a little bit of time due to injuries but all in all he is a durable, strong player.
7.0 HANDS Outstanding/extends away from body strong in traffic 225 Reps:


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4.5 INITIAL QUICKS Marginal/not very quick running but enough to get off ball clean
5.0 REL. OFF LINE Strength helps but not very quick
5.5 PATTERNS Good in the underneath stuff but not real crisp to get separation
6.0 ADJUST ABILITY Good balance and body control to lay out for catches and adjust to off target passes
3.9 DEEP THREAT Poor/has no speed or ability to stretch the seams.
6.0 R.A.C. Solid/not going to make you miss but will run you over for extra yards
7.0 RUN BLK IN-LINE Outstanding on the line/like having an extra OT
6.0 RUN BLK SPACE Solid/but struggles with footwork and quickness to get the right angles CRITICAL FACTORS
6.0 PASS BLOCKING Good/but lack of quickness can allow him to get beat tries to compensate with hands and strength Size: 7.5

Athleticism: 5.0

Hands: 7.0

Competes: 5.5

Play Speed: 4.0

Blocking: 6.5

7.0 PLAY STRENGTH Plays very strong and aggressive
6.0 FUMBLE/ERROR Doesn't make many mistakes but does struggle with blocking in space and sometimes lunges causing complete misses
Pascoe's aggressive attitude and overall strength are his big assets. He plays with a killer instinct when blocking, going after passes in traffic, or with the ball trying to run you over to pick more yards. Pascoe's hands are outstanding; he catches the ball strong away from the body which allows him to make tough catches in traffic and with bodies draped on him. Pascoe's big knocks are speed, quickness, and over aggressiveness. Pascoe has such a killer instinct that I think at times gets him out of position (especially blocking in space). His lack of speed and quickness is going to make him struggle to get separation against NFL defenders.
Bear Pascoe will probably be a better asset as a special teams player and backup TE early on in the NFL. Pascoe's ability to block kicks (career: 4 2008: 2) will give him a chance to contribute right away for an NFL franchise. He has good ability to make catches and be a solid receiver as a TE, but his ability to be a very good blocker will give him more opportunities in short yardage situations to come in and be an extra blocker. Pascoe's lack of speed and quickness is going to hold him back as a receiver until he can become a more effective route runner and learn how to use his strength and intelligence to make plays.

Numerical Final Grade Scale:

  • 7.0-7.9 - Pro Bowl potential
  • 6.5-6.9 - Highly-productive starter
  • 6.3-6.4 - Very good starter
  • 6.1-6.2 - Good starting player
  • 6.0 - Very productive backup/may develop into starter
  • 5.9 - Very good backup/special-teams player
  • 5.8 - Quality backup/special-teams player
  • 5.5-5.7 - Backup/project/special-teams player
  • - Backup/scout team

  • Individual Numerical Grade based on a 1-9 scale, 1 (not good enough for NFL) to 9 (rare quality).

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