2019 NFL Draft Prospect Report: Terronne Prescod
Name: Terronne Prescod
School: North Carolina State
Listed Height: 6’5
Listed Weight: 334
Strengths: Powerful offensive lineman with a thick, wide build. 48 knockdown blocks in 2017. Shows conscious effort on zone blocks to drive his outside leg while engaged to seal off the defender and clear the POA. Relentless when fighting for positioning at the line of scrimmage. Keeps his head back to effectively access his hips and roll them into the defender to sustain his anchor in pass protection. Stout anchor, as he rarely condenses the pocket. Powerful lower half and consistent leg drive allows him to knock people back and off balance while creating space at the LOS. Powerful hip torque, as they can unlock and roll into the opposing defensive tackle often. Shows a nasty finishing ability. Takes deliberate angles to the second level and drives his insteps through contact. Punches are well timed and well placed. His hands are frequently locked into the DT’s chest plate which allows him to control the point of attack. Rarely gives up his chest. Will fight to stay square at the POA, even when he is not initially. Plays with consistent knee bend and exceptional pad level for his size. Impressive grip strength when locked into a defender, which allows him to sustain through the whistle. Versatile for his size.
Weaknesses: Not an exceptional athlete in space but can function laterally and vertically. Processing is inconsistent, as he often misses twists and stunts coming into his A gap. Needs to keep his eyes up, and pass off his man when the defender slants out of his gap so he can pick up another. On reach blocks, he struggles getting his outside hand fitted. Can lean when trying to engage while moving laterally, and he ends up on the ground too often. Needs to show more awareness when uncovered. Shows the ability to mirror, but needs to exhibit the ability more consistently.
Overview and Insights: Terrone Prescod is a powerful, big bodied people mover who can function on the interior in a gap scheme, or in a zone scheme. He is a limited athlete, but has advanced technique and a nasty finishing ability, which gives him a chance to have a long pro football career.
Round Projection: End of the 2nd Round
Ideal Fits: Jaguars, Ravens, Bills, Broncos
Pro Comparison: Kelechi Osemele
Scout: Nathan Papandrea