Bill Swancutt School: Oregon State
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 270 40: 4.98 Year: 4Sr
Bio: All-Conference selection and co-
Defensive PAC-10 Player of the Year last
season after posting 65/18/11.5. Moved into
the starting rotation as a sophomore totaling
56/11.5/21, then 45/11/17.5 as a junior.
Positives: Tall, thin college defensive end who is
a pass-rushing menace. Breaks down well,
quick changing direction and fast off the edge.
Displays a good spin move and wedges to the
inside beating blocks. Heady ball player who
immediately reads the action and locates the
ball. Plays with a good degree of intelligence.
Displays the ability to flatten or alter his angle of
attack. Moves well laterally, breaks down well
and works to get involved in the action.
Easily locked up at the point by blocks. Does
not play to his timed speed and possesses
more of a short burst. Lacks the top first step
off the snap. Wears down against big bodied
Analysis: A pass-rushing defensive
end who makes a lot of plays in the opponent's
backfield, Swancutt has been a force the past
three seasons. Struggles defending the run
and must add bulk to his frame to become a
complete defensive lineman.
Prospect Profile: Bill Swancutt
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