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With the 112th pick the NY Jets select Moro Ojome DT Texas



Moro Ojomo

Texas sent five players to the NFL Combine this weekend, but none may have had more to prove than defensive lineman Moro Ojomo.

There was little doubt Ojomo would nail the interview and off-field aspect of the combine, but teams likely wanted to learn more about what the Katy product offered as an athlete.

As someone who bounced between roles at Texas, whether it be defensive end, 4i, or 3-technique, Ojomo was a consistently good player in spite of the switches, but the NFL is looking for consistently great. The combine offered him an opportunity to show that in addition to his stellar senior season, he had the tools needed to be consistently great.

He took full advantage of the opportunity. Ojomo ran a 5.04 40-yard dash with a 1.77 10-yard split, had a 33-inch vertical, and jumped 9 feet 4 inches in the broad jump. Plus, he delivered with 29 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press. With his burst, natural leverage, length, and power, he bears some similarities to 2014 Pro Bowler Sheldon Richardson.

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With the 7th & final selection in the 2023 JN Mock Draft.... the NY Jets select

Ji'Ayir Brown:  Safety Penn State University

2023 NFL Combine scouting profile of Ji’Ayir Brown

Ji’Ayir Brown NFL Draft Scouting Report

SAF, Penn State Nittany Lions

Penn State’s Ji’Ayir Brown is coming off of two of the most productive seasons a safety has had in college football in the past 10 years. He has been a force against the run, racking up 122 tackles the last two seasons and has also proved to be a ball-hawk by bringing down 10 interceptions in that same timeframe. The senior safety enters the NFL with a lot to like as a prospect and teams will be able to utilize his skills in a variety of different roles. 

Brown aligned primarily as a deep safety in split-safety looks for the Nittany Lions but has also seen snaps in the box and in the slot. Brown has above-average size for the position and is a good overall athlete. Brown displays excellent straight-line speed and burst, both as a run defender and in coverage. 

In the run game, he flashes a quick trigger and will come downhill to fill the alley in a hurry and he brings bad intentions when he does. Brown is a violent hitter who looks to deliver knockout shots. 

2023 NFL Draft: Pro Day Risers & Fallers | FantasyPros

Ji’Ayir Brown (DB – Penn State)

Brown flies around the field on tape, so it came as a big surprise when he ran a 4.65-second 40-yard dash at the Combine; at his pro day, he was able to improve on that, with a 4.58-second time, adding three inches to his Combine vertical and five inches to his Combine broad jump to put himself back in the early third-day discussion.

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With the 127th pick in the NFL draft the Jacksonville Jaguars select:

OLB/ILB DeMarvion Overshown, University of Texas



Former safety turned linebacker who has slowly but surely improved his feet and recognition over the last three seasons. Whether playing inside or outside, Overshown will need to get stronger and more effective at taking on blockers and tackling with security. His tape shows much improved key reading and play recognition, which could prove critical in allowing him to play at a consistently faster pace to the football. Overshown could struggle to hold up to downhill running attacks, but his instincts and blitz talent create a potential opportunity for him as a nickel/dime linebacker.


Made huge strides at the position from 2021 to 2022.

Displays adequate patience to diagnose and process.

Hustles downhill to meeting point when he trusts his eyes.

Excellent awareness to routes when dropping into coverage.

Athletic blitzer when his number is called.


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Knowing Jonathan Taylor is coming off an injury and has seen a ton of usage the past few seasons, and that they’ll be starting a rookie QB, the Colts are embracing the importance of having a 1a and 1b (and Zach Moss ain’t it) by selecting Zach Evans, RB from Ole Miss.


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