2011 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Cameron Jordan



Strengths:
  • Violent, active hands
  • Disruptive
  • Good first step
  • Sheds blockers
  • Strong run defender
  • High motor; relentless
  • Position and scheme versatility
  • Experience in a 3-4 defense
  • Durable



    Weaknesses:
  • Does not have elite speed
  • Not a pass rush threat off edge
  • Habit of overpursuing
  • Arrested on suspicion of DUI in 2008

    Summary: Cameron Jordan is yet another prospect from this class with NFL bloodlines. His father Steve spent over a decade as a tight end for the Vikings and went to six Pro Bowls. Jordan has a leg up on his draft peers having not only played in a 3-4 at Cal, but also multiple positions as well as some 4-3 looks. His ideal fit is as an end in an odd front where he will stop the run and disrupt the passing game. He is not an elite pass rusher and has not batted down a lot of passes. Other than that he is a very well-rounded player.




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