The NFL has invited 324 prospects to the NFL Combine. 4 players from Clemson will head to Indianapolis next month.
DB Andrew Booth Jr.
From Pro Football Network: Booth possesses the requisite size to play the cornerback position in the NFL. At 6’0″, he won’t be the tallest in the 2022 NFL Draft class, but by no means will he be the smallest. Furthermore, Booth has exceptional length, which is far more critical right now and at the next level. He has already demonstrated that he can put that length to good use with some phenomenal interceptions and pass breakups.
DB Mario Goodrich
From Pro Football Network: If you’re an NFL team looking to secure a defensive back who excels in run support, the Clemson CB is the man for you. In the games studied, he didn’t have a single missed tackle. He diagnoses the run well, routinely takes good angles, arrives on the scene in a hurry, and showcases excellent tackling form.
WR Jutsyn Ross
From Pro Football Network:The most apparent attribute in Ross’ favor as an NFL prospect is his size. At 6’4″, he can be a dangerous target on the boundary or the back of the end zone. The Clemson WR combines his size with an impressive catch radius which helps him pluck the ball out of the air with remarkable ease.
LB Baylon Spector
From NFL Draft Buzz:
Plays fast, flows with the action, showing smooth lateral agility and short-area burst. Has good instincts and awareness to quickly find the ball.
Good key and diagnosis skills. Quickly locates the ball and shows no wasted motion in getting there. At least adequate lateral agility to avoid blockers and shows good vision and anticipation.
Intelligent player who can play "MIKE" linebacker despite his lack of size because of his instincts and ability to find the ball in traffic
The Combine will be held March 1-7 in Indianapolis.