Displays the first step explosion to threaten gaps off the snap and make his way up the field on his pass rush as well. Does a nice job keeping his pad level down, maintaining leverage and fighting his way through contact. Possesses good body control when working his spin move back inside and displays the lateral agility to side step blocks in space and accelerate toward the quarterback. But again, isn’t real long armed and seems to lose his balance easily trying to fight his way off blocks and disengage. Opposing linemen are consistently able to get into his frame, which really disrupts his ability to maintain balance and be disruptive inside.
Impression: An undersized interior lineman who is really limited in what he can offer an NFL team. Is a one-gap guy only who could be used as a penetrating nickel rusher in passing situations, but he will only be on a handful of teams’ draft boards and looks more like a free agent type guy to me because of his physical limitations."
Negatives: Undersized for an interior lineman. Short arms make it tough for him to keep blockers off his chest, and he struggles to shed long-armed offensive linemen once engaged. Has to rely almost solely on initial jump to beat the blocker; can be ineffective when opposing linemen are able to establish position off the snap. Will have to answer questions about his February '09 arrest for marijuana possession."
Positive: Small but explosive defensive lineman who's best as a one-gap penetrator. Breaks down well, plays with good pad level, and fires off the snap with a good first step. Keeps his feet driving up the field, focused on by opponents in the middle of the line, and works his hands. Fluid changing direction, displays good movement skills, and has terrific all-around quickness. Fights hard throughout the action and chases to get involved in the play.
Negative: Undersized, handled by ordinary opponents, and cannot shed blocks. Possesses more of a short burst of speed and ineffective in pursuit.
Analysis: Ajiboye was a terrific college defender but has size and athletic limitations. His playing style and competitiveness could help him find a home as a backup tackle in a one-gap defense."
Negatives: Undersized... Short arms... Not a true pass rusher... More of a pressure only type, can get in the backfield but struggles to get to the quarterback... Limited physically... Not very strong and can be handled at the POA... Lacks any real power... Doesn't always shed blocks well... Marginal balance, can be knocked off his feet too easily... Blockers can get inside his frame, struggles to disengage... Can be washed out of plays and pushed past the action... Game to game inconsistency... Wears down late in games... Limited schematically, will only be considered in a one-gap scheme as part of a rotation... Minor durability concerns... Was suspended for first three games in 2009 while serving a suspension related to marijuana arrest the previous winter."
Weaknesses: Smallish and girthy with little-to-no growth potential. Locked into being a 4-3 UT. Must have his oft-broken hand thoroughly checked out. Can run hot and cold. Not versatile. Uses his upper body too much on the bull rush, and can occasionally be bent backwards. Can disappear for stretches, and may require managing.
Projection: 4-5th rounder who has the look of a successful rotational UT in the NFL."
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