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2015 NFL DRAFT PROFILE: LOUISVILLE FS GEROD HOLLIMAN


Measuables - 6’1”, 205 lbs. 40-time : ?? (Walter Football projected at 4.63. Reportedly ran 4.4 in 2011)

2014 Stats - 44 TKL, 1 sack, 14 INT, 1 TD, 0 FF, 3 PD

Vs. Run D- Absolutely awful against the run and is terrible at making tackles in open space. Seems to take a hesitation step before making hits. Never wraps up, and only throws his body around at the ball carrier.

Vs. Pass B Ball-Hawking center-field type safety who lead the NCAA with 14 INTs; likes to move around presnap and disguise coverage. Capable of playing man, but excels in zone coverage.

Athletic Ability C Looks slow and lacks impressive top speed when running down a play. Gets caught flat footed sometimes.

Football IQ B- First year as a starter, and was backup to 2013 1st-round pick Calvin Pryor. Finds himself in the right place at the right time with great instincts, but also gets caught looking in the backfield and biting on play action.

Final Assessment Definitely a project player; looks like someone to come in as a third safety on obvious passing downs. Likely will not ever be an every-down safety in the NFL.

Fun Fact Had one fumble last year, forced by Jameis Winston.

Projected Round 4-5

Video of the prospect can be found here

Normally I don’t to a profile on anyone with less than 3 games, but after watching Gerod’s two games, I felt I had a good enough idea of his skill.

A man who convinced firefighters that he was a doctor so that he could ride along on ambulance runs has pleaded guilty to two charges and will be sentenced next month.

CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) — A man who convinced firefighters that he was a doctor so that he could ride along on ambulance runs has pleaded guilty to two charges and will be sentenced next month.

John Holliman, 20, of Lexington, Ky. pleaded guilty Friday to one charge each of practicing medicine without a certificate and disrupting public service…Holliman withdrew a plea of innocent by reason of insanity.

Police in Cincinnati said Holliman produced documents that said he was a doctor, and convinced firefighters that he was authorized to ride along on emergency runs.