Positive: Relatively athletic defensive lineman who goes hard after the action. Plays with good pad level and is rarely off his feet. Keeps his feet moving up the field, flashes speed off the edge, and possesses solid explosion. Gets off the snap with a quick first step and fluid changing direction.
Negative: Easily locked up at the point by a single blocker. Shows no moves disengaging from blocks and is inconsistent with his hands. Marginal skill in pursuit.
Analysis: Parr decided to forgo his last year in college after one productive season. He is an undeveloped prospect with average upside. Parr offers some growth possibilities and could make back-up as a three-technique tackle or two-gap end."
Weaknesses: Still has a long ways to go in terms of his technique. Has to stay lower (or get to the corner faster) in order to avoid being locked and blocked on the pass rush. Everything right now is based on future potential and projection, not on actual production, or proven value. He should be blocking more pass attempts, getting better pressure, blocking more kicks, etc., than he has been doing, and he is going to have to sit on a practice squad and develop his strength and technique to have any shot of fulfilling his considerable long-term potential. Keep in mind also, that he was book-ended with no slouch at the other DE slot in college...
Projection: One of the true wildcards of the 2001 NFL draft. Not a lot of fans know much about him, but trust us, NFL scouts are fully aware there is a legit 3-4 DE candidate out there in the wings, and those guys are always highly valued. We'll say 4-5th rounder right now...but that is subject to change based on post-season workouts."
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