Photo of Quentin Saulsberry

Combine Results

Grade
59.0 ?
  • 5.38 SEC
    Top Performer
  • 26 REPS
    Top Performer
  • 22.0 INCH
    Top Performer
  • 90.0 INCH
    Top Performer
  • 8.19 SEC
    Top Performer
  • 4.99 SEC
    Top Performer

Draft Analysis:

  • 6'2" Height
  • 33 3/4" Arm Length
  • 304LBS. Weight
  • 9 7/8" Hands

Overview

Saulsberry has been a reliable, thick physical presence inside and outside as a four-year starter. He is a decent athlete for his size who looks good when working in space or getting upfield on screens. He isn't very strong and can be overpowered at times, but he could be drafted late as a big body inside.

Analysis

Strengths

Saulsberry is fast off the ball and has good feet to work into the second level on linebackers. He has good footwork in the run game and keeps his legs moving, and is also fluid in his pass set.

Weaknesses

Saulsberry can be overpowered and really can't uncoil his hips and drive his legs to create movement. He is a "stop" blocker who doesn't allow defenders to pass by him, but is far from overbearing when connecting. He is a fluid athlete but not a physical presence inside and could struggle against bigger, stronger players.
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Grade Title Draft (Round) Description
96-100 Future Hall of Famer Top Pick A once-in-a-generation type prospect who could change how his position is played
85-95 Immediate Starter 1st An impact player with the ability/intangibles to become a Pro Bowl player. Expect to start immediately except in a unique situation (i.e. behind a veteran starter).
70-84 Eventual Starter 2nd-3rd A quality player who will contribute to the team early on and is expected to develop into a starter. A reliable player who brings value to the position.
50-69 Draftable Player 4th-7th A prospect with the ability to make team as a backup/role player. Needs to be a special teams contributor at applicable positions. Players in the high range of this category might have long-term potential.
20-49 Free Agent UDFA A player with solid measurables, intangibles, college achievements, or a developing skill that warrants an opportunity in an NFL camp. In the right situation, he could earn a place on a 53-man roster, but most likely will be a practice squad player or a camp body.

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