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Today, we will be looking at a scouting report for Damore’ea Stringfellow, the former Ole Miss Rebels. He hasn’t caught that many passes in college (102), but the receiver has averaged at least 13 yards a catch in every season. I’m a high school football coach and educator by trade, so I am going to break down what I saw in the five games I reviewed of the redshirt junior wideout. The games reviewed were four 2016 contests against Florida State, Auburn, Memphis, and Mississippi State as well a 2013 games versus BYU when he played for the Washington Huskies. Here are my thoughts:

WR-Damore’ea Stringfellow, Ole Miss 6’ 2” 219 lbs. Read More »

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There were several heralded defenders at the Senior Bowl with Ole Miss’ Cody Prewitt being one of the standout defensive backs.  I viewed both games available on draftbreakdown.com, Boise State cprewittand Vanderbilt, along with the week of practices in Mobile as well as the game itself to get a good feel of the safety’s skill set. I know in most dynasty leagues defensive backs seem to be after thoughts, but I would keep an eye on this senior.

S Cody Prewitt, Ole Miss 6’ 2” 217 lbs.

Cons: The defensive back sometimes plays a bit too aggressive by establishing contact before the ball arrives, most of the time he guesses correctly, but he straddles the line a lot.  He also plays more of a head hunter role, trying to make tackles too high.  This type of tackling leads to more attention from the officials; that is the last thing a defender or his potential team wants.  Prewitt occasionally looks immersed in thought when he should be reacting to the play around him.  Read More »