3-interceptions

Ander Herrera’s first half by numbers:

  • 100% take-ons
  • 38 passes
  • completed 3 interceptions
  • 2 tackles won
  • 1 goal

Sorry for the gap between posts, I arrived in Spain for work yesterday and the past week has been pretty crazy. I should be able to get the final 3 done by the end of next week but for now I’ll just post when I have enough time.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Tray Walker CB, Texas Southern HeightWeightArmHand6'2 ¾’‘18733 5/8’'9 1/8’'40-yd DashVertical JumpBroad JumpBench Press4.42 s36 ½’'10'7’'N/A College CareerWalker played for Miami Northwestern High School, alongside highly recruited players such as Teddy Bridgewater and Amari Cooper, but was passed over by most top schools and ended up going to Texas Southern, a FCS school. He immediately made a difference, being named to the All-SWAC (conference) team as a freshman and becoming TSU’s best defensive back. In his final season with the Tigers, Walker made 41 tackles and 3 interceptions. Although he played for a school with almost no reputation, Walker excelled in his workouts during the super regional combine and his pro day, and he reportedly met with at least 10 different teams leading up to the draft. Tale of the TapeThis was a tough one to do. There’s no individual tape on Walker, and the closest I could find were 4 full games Texas Southern had posted to YouTube. I tried to do my best to skip through them and catch Walker’s plays, but it was both time-consuming and annoying. I apologize for the lack of gifs/short length of this analysis. Hopefully the next couple will have more for me to work with.Walker is a big cornerback, which is the main reason why he attracted the attention of NFL scouts. He has very good height and arm length for his position, and uses it to his advantage in press coverage. Walker (top of the gif) has a good punch that can disrupt receivers as they start their routes. He also has good awareness in zone schemes, often making the correct decision when faced with crossing or multileveled routes. Walker has a bad habit of staring into the backfield during plays. While that in itself is not a bad thing, he often bites on fakes and can easily lose track of receivers. Here he follows the quarterbacks eyes instead of sticking with his assignment, allowing a big gain. Walker displayed good ball instincts, breaking on targeted routes very quickly and showing decent hands.Walker is very good in run support. He has great aggression and willingly tackles any ball carrier. His coaches actually had to take him off for a few plays during one game because he was getting too intense, but I’m positive that Harbaugh and our vets (Sizzle and Smitty especially) will show him how to challenge his aggression into the Ravens mentality. Walker closes on players quickly and has impressive contain awareness. I don’t think I ever saw him let a ball carrier get to the outside. He tackles with consistently good form which is nice to see in a time when many DBs are entering the NFL with bad tackling habits. Final ThoughtsWalker is an interesting prospect. Projected to go in the 6th or 7th, the Ravens jumped on him early to avoid any of the many other interested teams having a chance to pick him. He has fantastic measurables, and it’s not like he’s a completely raw project player. However he was playing against pretty poor competition and will need to adjust to the talent and speed of the NFL. Hopefully we avoid filling a hospital with our secondary this season and he gets to develop as a 6th string CB. Walker is a pick to keep your eye on in the future. Obviously the front office has high hopes for him, and if he can combine solid knowledge and technique with his natural size and athletic ability, he could be a very good corner. Extra LinksDraft BreakdownHighlightsDay One: Breshad PerrimanDay Two: Maxx WilliamsDay Three: Carl DavisDay Four: Za'Darius SmithDay Five: Javorius Allen via /r/ravens

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