Redskins Gab 2011 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report – CB Davon House

By Jeremy Fuchs

DAVON HOUSE, CB, New Mexico State

Triangle Numbers: 6-0, 190, 4.5

Scouting Reports:

Draft Countdown:

Strengths:
• Ideal height and bulk with long arms
• Athletic with adequate timed speed
• Pretty good hands and ball skills
• Willing tackler and will support the run
• Tough, aggressive and very physical
• Gets a good jam at the line of scrimmage
• Competitive with a short memory
• Durable and has a lot of experience

Weaknesses:
• Lacks fluid hips and doesn’t transition well.
• Questionable instincts and awareness
• Struggles to run downfield with speedy wideouts
• Allows separation and lacks a burst to recover
• Did not always face elite competition

Sideline Scouting:

Positives: Prototypical height and speed, appears to have adequate bulk… Good production in four years with the Aggies (202 tackles, 10 interceptions, forced fumble)… Plays with a lot of confidence and energy, feeds off making big plays and breaking up passes… Is a physical corner with a strong upper body, is effective in press coverage, will knock smaller receivers off their routes at the line of scrimmage… Has fairly quick hips, is quick to open up and run with receivers, even when in press coverage… Is not afraid of contact, will come up in run situations and stick his nose on the football… Is pretty effective in zone coverage, reacts to the quarterback’s eyes and shows good range in short zone coverage… Durability not an issue, has not missed any games due to injury.

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