Positive: Undersized yet relatively athletic defensive lineman who makes plays in every direction of the field. Breaks down well, plays with good knee bend, and displays solid movement skills. Quickly changes direction, makes plays down the line of scrimmage, and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Slides through the creases of the offensive line and makes plays up the field against the run.
Negative: Easily locked up at the point of attack by single blocker. Lacks natural bulk and growth potential. Marginally productive.
Analysis: Armour lacks classic size for the next level and has seen limited playing time. However, he has shown enough skill to warrant a free agent signing by a one-gap defense that will put him on a four- man line."