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Scouting Dylan Lonergan

Adepoju Adebawore – North Kansas City, MO

(Committed to Oklahoma)

Played out of the 3-point as a true DE and stood up as an edge rusher for North Kansas City. Perfect length and solid frame with good speed and acceleration. He leverages his body exceptionally well as a pass rush specialist and consistently beats tackles that rely on their strength and length to win in pass protection. Sets the edge well against the zone run. He struggles against linemen with more refined technique, needs to develop more pass rush tools, and would like to see him fill out his frame more. Best projects as a Jack/Edge rusher have a chance to play early as a pass rush specialist and have a very high ceiling.

Jason Moore – DeMatha Catholic, MD

Committed to Ohio State

I started in freshman year at DE in DeMatha’s 4-man front. Very good frame, functional strength, length, and change of direction. He shows elite play strength at the line of scrimmage, can blow up run plays even when taking on multiple blockers, and will win against pass protection when the tackles cannot leverage themselves against his frame and strength. He needs to develop his pass-rush technique and better bend around the edge to win against stronger tackles—an extremely high floor player with the potential to be a Hendricks award winner.

Lucas Simmons – Clearwater Academy International, FL

Committed to FSU

He is an international prospect that played his first season in the USA in 2021. Elite frame with good length and shows good functional strength. Size and strength allow him to dominate at the line of scrimmage on both run and pass plays, especially against smaller and weaker players. He is a very raw player who still is learning the game and needs to develop his technique, especially in pass protection. A high-ceiling player, coaching, and experience will be needed to ensure success.

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Dylan Lonergan – Brookwood, GA

Committed to Alabama

Pocket Passer-type QB with a good frame and average athleticism. Shows excellent accuracy in the short and intermediate levels, can squeeze the ball into tight pockets, and quickly goes through reads. Offers an exceptional understanding of the timing needed to execute most passing concepts. He shows poise in the pocket when it begins to break down and will extend plays with his legs. Does not show a willingness to throw the ball across his body, needs to work on throw power, and is too willing to scramble instead of going to the check-down when his first 2-3 reads aren’t there. Has a good floor, will benefit greatly from the Alabama coaching staff, and should develop into a solid starter for them by his senior year.

London Montgomery – Scranton Prep, PA

Committed to PSU

Workhorse back in Scranton’s run-heavy offense. Has average frame with outstanding speed and short area quickness. Shows excellent ability as a downhill runner to make defenders miss with an amazing stiff arm, spin move, and elusiveness to shake off defenders. I don’t see him utilized much in the passing game, likely due to his high school’s offensive gameplan, not necessarily a lack of skill. Needs to show a better vision to be a complete back, and the transition to a more pass-friendly college game may slow his development. Could find himself as a 2-down back given his skillset but should be a solid contributor in a crowded backfield for PSU in the coming years.

Madden Sanker – South Paulding, GA

Committed to Louisville

OL mostly plays tackle for his high school but projects to be a guard in college. Good frame, filled out for a high school player, with quick feet and good strength. He has an excellent ability to win as a pulling guard due to his quick feet and strong punch. Footwork helps him prevent speed rushers from getting around the corner, and he can defend against the rip well. As an inside guy, he may struggle to anchor against the bull rush, and I would like to see him develop his lower body strength and work on his bend to prevent loss of leverage. Solid skill set to start with and should be a solid contributor as a guard early on with the ability to develop into a good to very good guard.