BIO: Three-year starter who posted 26/8/4 as a senior, also intercepting two passes. Posted career-high tackling numbers of 39/10/6.5 as a junior.
POSITIVES: Athletic prospect with the potential to be used at several positions. Breaks down well, plays with leverage and immediately alters his angle of attack. Moves well laterally, making plays up and down the line of scrimmage, and displays a burst of closing speed. Shows good footwork, plays with balance and rarely off his feet. Rushes the edge with speed, yet also effective dropping off the line of scrimmage in space.
NEGATIVES: Not decisive or instinctive. Slow shedding blocks and stood up by opposing lineman. Marginally productive on the college level.
ANALYSIS: Displaying flashes throughout his collegiate career, LeFall has yet to pull all the pieces together. Seemingly has the ability to grow into a right defensive end for a conventional defense or even be used as a rush linebacker in a 34 alignment. Gives one the idea that football is not a top priority in his life.