BIOGRAPHY: Started eleven games last season, finishing second on the team, with 67 tackles, while also breaking up three passes. Missed
the 2007 season recovering from a torn ACL. Made major impact as a true freshman in 2004, posting 73 tackles.
POSITIVES: Reddick looks the part and plays to it on the field, yet knee injuries have sapped him of ability as well as playing time.
He could fit in as a zone safety, assuming NFL teams do not medically red flag him.
NEGATIVES: Does not show top sideline-to-sideline range and late arriving on the scene in coverage. Best in a straight line, and loses
momentum when he must change direction. Has suffered with knee injuries since his sophomore campaign of 2005.
ANALYSIS: Nice-sized safety best playing downhill. Takes good angles to the action, works hard to get involved and has an aggressive
streak. Fast up the field, gives effort in run defense, and wraps up tackling.