Isn't a real explosive pass rusher off the edge. Doesn't exhibit much of a burst out of his stance and isn't a guy who will be able to reach the corner at the next level. Needs to do a better job protecting his frame and getting his hands up into blocks. Consistently allows opposing linemen to get into his chest plate and control him on contact. Does exhibit average short-area quickness in space, but isn't real sudden through contact and struggles to slip blocks once engaged.
Impression: Has the size and natural power to anchor vs. the run game in the NFL and can consistently set the edge. Now, needs to clean up some of his technique, but looks like a guy who could mature into a capable two-down reserve type lineman in the NFL."
Positive: Hardworking defensive line prospect with poor size/speed numbers.. Gives effort every down, chases the action hard, and draws extra attention from opponents. Tough to move off the line, effectively redirects to ball carriers, and wraps up when tackling. Flashes the ability to make plays down the line of scrimmage. Plays with good pad level.
Negative: Lacks great speed in pursuit or off the edge. Does not display first-step quickness. Must do a better job using his hands to protect himself, and he's slow shedding blocks.
Analysis: Dobbs was a dependable lineman in George's three-man front, but he lacks the size, growth potential, and athleticism to be anything other than a backup at the next level."
As always, the preceding thoughts were regurgitated, derivative tripe, adding no value whatsoever, while in fact obliterating intelligent thought and offending the spirit of all decent men. You are now stupider for having read it, and are encouraged, in the strongest possible language, never to expose your eyes to this Site again.