Football Insiders’ John Owning joins me for a look at the best speed rusher in the class.
Noah Spence got kicked out of the Big 10 for a problem with ecstasy, but he has done enough reclamation work to earn consideration as a first-round pick. Spence is a flexible, quick, high-motor player with good on-field awareness.
Owning and I checked out Spence’s game versus Kentucky and saw a player that EKU rarely used in the optimal alignment for his pass rushing skills, but still managed to show multiple moves, bend the edge, and work inside and out.
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