BIOGRAPHY: Awarded all-Conference and All-America honors as a senior after posting career-high numbers of 62/11.5/6.5. Did not start
a game as a junior and totaled 22/4.5/3. Has blocked three kicks in college. Began his college career at Minnesota.
POSITIVES: Pedescleaux is a physically talented prospect with an NFL body and the ability to get bigger and stronger as he physically
matures. He's a streaky player who seemingly turns it on and off at will, disappearing at times after he's made several game
changing plays. Pedescleaux offers the skill to be used at several positions on the defensive line, including a two-gap system.
If he dedicates himself to football and concentrates on the task at hand, he will be successful.
NEGATIVES: Easily held up at the point of attack by a single blocker. Possesses only a short area burst of speed. Does not consistently
play with a sense of urgency.
ANALYSIS: Tall, explosive athlete fluid moving about the field. Plays with leverage, displays good overall quickness in his game, and
gets off the snap with a terrific first step. Keeps his pads low to the ground, shows a burst of speed, and works his hands
throughout the action, displaying an array of moves to protect himself or get off blocks. Consistently gets up the field and
omnipresent in the opponent's backfield.