What may concern you: He'll need to bulk up and add upper body strength so he'll be able to better fight off blockers. He also relies too much on his straight line speed to run by opposing tackles in high school so he'll need to develop some pass rushing moves and do a better job with his technique as far as using his hands and things like that. He hasn't been playing football very long so he's still learning in a lot of ways.
Bottom Line: Perry was recruited as hard as any defensive end prospect in the state not named Corey Lemonier this year so it's a big get for the Hurricanes. He's a solid three-star prospect whose best days should be way ahead of him.