Jene Bramel returns to the film room and shows his chops on the defensive side of the ball.
Darron Lee has been the most requested player for the film room episodes of the 2016 season. The Buckeyes’ outside linebacker is an athlete, but Bramel shows us why Lee is a solid prospect with room to grow into a NFL starter.
Bramel shows where Lee’s feet can improve when he engages blocks. He notes why Lee isn’t contact averse as some claim. And he provides helpful commentary about the nature of hybrid defenders, off-ball linebackers, and watching scheme and play development before watching the player.
Definitely a worthwhile episode, especially if you only think of Bramel as an injury analyst. Big mistake.
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