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Moehrig's an instinctive, do-it-all type of Safety prospect that's going to help fill a crucial role for a NFL defense. He has solid acceleration ability and is able to close quickly on the ball when he's identified where the play is going. He has a problem flipping his hips and accelerating deep downfield in zone coverage or man coverage, but this can be remedied with some coaching. Good in zone coverage, but can tend to get flat-footed and have to play catch up if the player goes past him. Needs to simply work on keeping his feet moving to fix this small issue. Decent change of direction ability. Able to handle smaller receivers with in and out breaking routes, but does have room to grow in this area when in Cover 2 and the receiver breaks past him. Good ball skills. Consistently making plays on the ball when in coverage and smart. Able to time his hands perfectly and avoid penalties. (Smooth hands as a receiver too. One-handed grab against Oklahoma State in the back of the end zone) Willing to come down and engage in run support. Is certainly not a heat-seeking missile from the safety position, but does a good job of providing support. Outstanding tackler in the open field. Able to wrap up nearly any player and especially instinctive on screens. Able to navigate the traffic and make an excellent play before the receiver can break loose. Solid speed and agility. Won't run extremely well in the 40-yard dash, but has more than enough speed to be a reliable 2-deep safety. Not rangy enough to be left in Cover 1 though. Plays with an edge. Engaged in some chirping against Oklahoma State and was willing to stand in and deliver some shots. Competitive player. Overall, Moehrig is a versatile chess piece for a defense. He doesn't do particularly excel in one area, but he's an extremely well-rounded player that will be asked to do a lot for a defense.
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Trevon Moehrig selected No.43 by Las Vegas Raiders
The Las Vegas Raiders have selected S Trevon Moehrig with the No. 43 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Raiders traded up with the San Francisco 49ers to acquire safety Trevon Moehrig. He is versatile and should start for the Raiders right away. Moehrig is considered the top safety in the 2021 NFL Draft. He had nine pass breakups and two interceptions in 2020. The TCU alumn slipped in the draft after he injured his back while training. He got an MRI which revealed “some issue,” but Moehrig is expected to be ready by the training camp.
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|Dynasty||DB #47||DB #32||DB #43||3|
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