2010 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Daryl Washington

February 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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Daryl Washington (TCU)
Height: 6-2 Weight: 226
40 Time: 4.57
Like safety Kyle Wilson of Boise State, Washington's greatest obstacle is the fact that he plays for TCU.
Some argue that his lack of elite competition has boosted his abilities, but regardless, the TCU middle linebacker will be a highly sought after commodity in April.
Washington was TCU's most consistent defensive player in '09, a big year for the defender after Jason Phillips was drafted the previous year.
He did not fail to impress. He ended his senior campaign with 99 tackles and three interceptions. 
More a dart of rare speed than strength, it's unclear how Washington will fare at the next level.
He has uncanny recognition skills at the line and has the lateral speed to go from sideline to sideline and disrupt the play. His long arms placate to his speed in stopping low, underneath throws from the quarterback.
He ...

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