(High Upside Potential)
Near Elite Starter
PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT
Ringo's size and athleticism make him a good fit for a press-man coverage scheme, where he can use his length and physicality to disrupt routes at the line of scrimmage. He could also excel in a zone coverage scheme, where he can use his speed and agility to cover a lot of ground and make plays on the ball.
PASS GAME ANALYSIS
In pass defense, Ringo is a physical presence. He excels in press-man coverage, where he can deploy his strength to move a receiver off his route. Ringo combines speed, hip fluidity, and body control to latch onto a receiver. Ringo is physical at the catch point, using his length to displace the receiver from the football.
RUN GAME ANALYSIS
Ringo plays with the physicality of a downhill safety as a run defender. He has no issues getting his hands dirty in space vs. a physical runner. He uses his long arms to reel in and wrap up a runner in space. Ringo is a sure tackler in space.
At 6-2 205lbs, Ringo is another Georgia Bulldog with top-ten NFL Draft potential. Ringo is a lengthy press man corner at 6-2 205lbs; he plays aggressively. Ringo uses his strength and long arms to attack the catch point with good body control muscling the football away from the receiver. The former 10.43sec 100M track star can run with the fastest receivers on the field. In addition, he possesses the twitchiness and fluidity needed to play at a high level in the NFL. Ringo does not allow receivers to gain a step often; when they do, he has the explosiveness to close fast. Ringo must learn to use his aggression as needed at the NFL level. His physicality in the NFL might be deemed too aggressive and lead to penalties in coverage. He will need to improve eye discipline; he can get caught off guard by play action, pump fakes, and double moves by receivers.
KEY POSITIONAL FACTOR GRADES
Pos. Vers. (Near Elite)