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le 21/08/2019 @ 10:08
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Colts’ pass rushing woes?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteStampede Bluean Indianapolis Colts communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsColtsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed under:NFL GeneralColts AnalysisNFL DraftColts Prospects Film Room: Charles Omenihu [url=][/url] , DT, TexasNew,12commentsCould the lengthy Omenihu be the answer to the Colts’ pass rushing woes?EDTShareTweetShareShareColts Prospects Film Room: Charles Omenihu, DT, TexasPhoto by Jonathan Bachman/Getty ImagesWith Free Agency wrapping up, the focus for the Indianapolis Colts turns to the draft where GM Chris Ballard looks to hit another homerun with the 2019 class. Last draft season, Ballard drafted Quenton Nelson and Darius Leonard who both ended up earning First Team All-Pro honors as rookies. On top of that, he also drafted a handful of contributors in Braden Smith, Tyquan Lewis, Kemoko Turay, Nyheim Hines, and Matthew Adams.This new film room series will attempt to highlight certain prospects that may interest the Colts and go through their film to find their strengths and weaknesses. Today’s prospect is Texas defensive lineman Charles Omenihu. Omenihu is a player who has gradually risen throughout the process after a very good Senior Bowl and an impressive combine. The Colts had meetings with the pass rusher at both of those events.We will look through the film and see what Omenihu could potentially bring to the Colts if they end up drafting him. Clips in this piece will be from five games that I watched, three of which were on coach's film. The full list of games watched were USC (2017 and 2018), Oklahoma State (2018), Georgia (2018), and Oklahoma (2018).BackgroundSize:6’5” 280 pounds with 36 inch armsMeasurables: 40 Time: 4.92 / 10-yard split: 1.71 / Vertical Jump: 36.5 inches / Broad Jump: 115 inches / 3-Cone: 7.48 secondsCareer Stats:115 total tackles, 30 tackles for a loss, 16.5 sacks, 1 pass deflection, and 4 forced fumblesProjection: Round 2StrengthsHand UsageKnowing how to use your hands properly is huge for pass rushers. The top pass rushers in football, regardless if they are a speed rusher or power rusher, need go-to moves and set-ups in order to beat athletic offensive tackles. Omenihu always has a plan of attack and knows how to attack tackles. He understands how to knock offensive lineman off balance and how to adjust when his initial move is stopped.The first clip here shows off his impressive under move. He starts by clubbing the tackle’s hands (something that he said he does quite often when I spoke with him last week) and then shooting up field. As the tackle attempts to readjust [url=]Anthony Castonzo Jersey[/url] , he turns the corner while hooking his arm around the outside of the tackle’s waist to gain the outside. He is ultimately able to disengage from the block and the result is a sack and forced fumble on the play.In this next clip, Omenihu again shows off his length and hand usage. He starts by using his long arm to extend the tackle away from his frame and get up field. This keeps the tackle’s arms outside of his chest plate and sets up the under move again. He swipes under the tackle’s arms which allows him to disengage and move towards the quarterback. The result is a sack on the play.Last clip here again showcases his developed hands. In this clip, the tackle is Paul Adams, who is an NFL prospect himself.Omenihu swipes Adams' hands away at the point of attack, and is able to separate immediately. Omenihu is really developed in this area and it is obvious the amount of film work he puts in before every game. He has his go-to moves, but he does a great job of switching it up every game depending on which players he is facing.Burst/ Get-OffBurst and get-off are two of the most important areas to be dominant in for defensive ends. With great acceleration off of the line, Omenihu is able to burst through the line of scrimmage with ease and shoot up field. What makes it even more impressive is that he has the burst to go along with his 6’5” 280 pound frame.When lined up inside, his burst is evident. He shoots the gap between the guard and tackle and gets penetration before the tackle can even react. By the time the right tackle is able to even engage him, he is already two steps into the backfield and pursuing the quarterback. The result of the play is an incomplete pass and a pressur
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