Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 314
40: 5.06
Year: 5Sr

Deandre Coleman

School: California
Position: DT
Positive: Two-year starter who finished with 40 tackles, 9 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks as a senior after 48 tackles the prior year. Hard-working interior lineman who flashes playmaking skills. Powerful, holds his ground in the middle of the line, or bull rushes opponents up the field. Slips blocks, easily changes direction, and slides laterally down the line to make plays. Possesses a short burst of speed. Effective when he plays with consistent pad level, and is constantly focused on by opponents.
Negative: Possesses just a short burst of speed and ineffective in pursuit. Marginal pass rusher and does not consistently use his hands well. Slow getting off blocks. Gets tall on occasion.
Analysis: For most of his college career, Coleman was a gap occupier, stymied by blockers and not known for making plays on the ball. He flashed skill throughout Senior Bowl week as a playmaker, something he rarely showed at Cal. Coleman possesses the size, quickness, and arm length to start at the next level, but must polish his game and play at a high level on every snap.

Updated 4/30
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