Hobbs does a great job of getting off of the line of scrimmage, and he shows enough quickness to play defensive tackle on the college level. He is also very good at disengaging himself from blockers to make the play. He will need to improve his pad level to remain on the defensive line in college. He plays too high at times, and while he can get away with that most of the time in high school, it will hinder him in college.
He has the strength and athleticism to play on either side of the ball in
college, and he's a South
Hot 100 member because of his attributes. Only time will tell which side of
the ball he will play on, but the location is no longer in doubt for this future
#71 DT Corey Hobbs