Andrew Booth Jr.

CB

Clemson

Andrew Booth Jr.

HT:

6000

WT:

200

YR:

JR

NO:

OVR RK

OVR RK

29

POS RK

4

FINAL GRADE

Instant Impact

CEILING

6.9

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

FINAL REPORT

Andrew Booth Jr. is a versatile corner who projects to the outside in the NFL. He is an excellent man-to-man corner who can mix it up with physical receivers. Booth, a former WR, displays his excellent ball skills and athleticism when given the opportunity. He will aggressively break on the football, turning into a WR playing defense. He also has experience playing on the special team's coverage unit.

Booth Jr. is like glue in coverage, closer to the super, further from the less sticky Elmers, combining loose hips, good footwork, and route anticipation to outwit opposing receivers. He is a physical DB who can play press coverage, soft coverage, or zone. He can benefit by improving his zone coverage ability.

As a run defender, Booth Jr. is aggressive and a solid tackler. But his aggressive mentality and competitive nature have led to a loss of discipline and missed tackles at times. Overall, Booth Jr. has the tools to be a high level defensive back in the NFL.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

KEY WEAKNESSES

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Grade Scale

 

(Instant Impact Potential)

(9.0-7.0) High-End Starter

 

(High Upside Potential)

(6.9-6.7) Solid Starter Level

 

(Developmental Potential)

(6.6-6.5) Low-Level Starter

(6.4) Starter Level Potential

(6.3) Limited Opportunity/Displays Starter Level Traits When Given the Opportunity

 

(Role Player Potential)

(6.2) Situational Starter/System Dependent/Role Player

(6.1-6.0) High-Level Backup/Developmental Starter Traits

(5.9) Career Backup Level

(5.8) Potential Backup Level/Needs Development To Become a #2

(5.7) Depth Player/#3 Level Depth Player

 

(Practice Squad Potential)

(5.6-5.5) Depth Player/#4 Level Depth Player/Practice Squad

(5.0-5.4) Priority Free Agent