Ronald Bartell School: Howard
Ht: 6-1.5 Wt: 211 40: 4.45 Year: 4Sr
Bio: Second-team All-Conference choice as
a senior after posting 39/1/13. Junior totals
included 51 tackles. Started his career at Central Michigan, where he played safety.
secondary prospect with excellent size/speed
numbers. Displays good footwork in reverse,
quickly plants, then breaks to the pass. Fluid
turning his hips, reads receivers eyes, then gets
his head back around to make a play on the ball.
Gets vertical and contorts in mid-air to deflect the
throw. Physical, bumps throughout the route yet
fluid in all motions. Strong at the point and jams
receivers at the line, slowing their release off the
Negatives: Has difficulty following opponents
out from their breaks. Seemingly confused last
season and was slow locating the ball. Did not
stand up well against top competition at the
Analysis: A prospect with a world
of physical potential, Bartell must learn to play
to his measurables and improve all facets of
his game. May have fallen out of the draft's
first day with his poor performance at the Senior
Bowl, yet still a solid developmental prospect.
Prospect Profile: Ronald Bartell Jr.
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