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Gregory Rousseau NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

The 2021 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on April 29th. Pro days, workouts and mocks drafts will dominate headlines from now until then, as teams continue with their scouting behind the scenes. One of the early-round edge rusher prospects entering the draft is Gregory Rousseau out of Miami.

Let’s take a look at the full Gregory Rousseau NFL Draft profile, including stats, highlights and projection.

Gregory Rousseau NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

Gregory Rousseau
Position:
Edge Rusher
Height: 6’6″
Weight: 265 lbs
Age: 21
College: Miami Hurricanes

Gregory Rousseau 2019 Stats

Tackles: 54
TFLs: 19.5
Sacks: 15.5
QB Hits: 6
FFs: 2

Gregory Rousseau Highlights

Gregory Rousseau NFL Draft Profile

Strengths

Physically, Gregory Rousseau has the perfect build for an NFL edge rusher. Despite standing 6-6, Rousseau has a special ability to bend and get under matchups. He is an all-around athlete, proved by the fact that he is a former wide receiver. Rousseau also possesses the physical ability to play and thrive on the interior, with length and speed that will make him a matchup nightmare wherever he lines up.

Weaknesses

Rousseau is still filling out his frame as an edge rusher, so his overall power needs work. The Miami rusher is still raw, working on his overall set of moves as an edge. He has struggled more against offensive tackles, which could very obviously be a red flag for the NFL. Rousseau also has an injury history, after an ankle injury his freshman year limited him to 17 snaps.

Gregory Rousseau nfl draft profile highlights stats projection
Credit: 247sports

Gregory Rousseau Draft Projection

All 2021 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest CBS NFL Mock Draft by Ryan Wilson.

Gregory Rousseau is currently projected to be drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs at No. 31 overall.


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