Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 303
40: 5.17
Year: 4Sr

Jordan Hill

School: Penn State
Position: DT
Bio: All-Conference as a senior after posting 64 tackles/8.5 tackles for loss/4.5 sacks and also intercepting one pass. Junior totals included 59/8/3.5.
Positive: Small, yet explosive defensive tackle who consistently penetrates the line of scrimmage to make plays in the backfield. Bends his knees, plays with good pad level, and quick. Works his hands to protect himself, displays a nice arm over move, and immediately changes direction to get down the line in pursuit of the action. Displays good movement skills, rarely off his feet, and fast getting to every area of the field. Has a closing burst to the action.
Negative: Lacks bulk on the inside and overwhelmed by opponents. Possesses limited growth potential.
Analysis: Hill is a fiery defender who gets the most from his ability and consistently finds ways to make plays on the ball. He has size and growth limitations, yet should easily slide onto a roster as a three-technique tackle in a four-man front.

Updated 4/30
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