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Jason Peter
DT, Nebraska

Name
Jsy
College
HT
WT
Jason Peter
95
Nebraska
6050
274

40
BP
SS
LS
VJ
BJ
Grade
Rd.
4.9
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
7.3
1


Background

1997- Outland Trophy finalist...senior co-captain...two-time first-team All-Big 12 selection...first-team All-American...ranked 3rd on team in tackles, 3rd in sacks and 2nd in tackles for losses...5th nationally in total defense...one of three returning starters from a defense that ranked in the top ten in all four major defensive categories...during career, two national titles and three bowl victories...1996- Earned first-team All-Big 12 honors...started evey game at DT...played through much of 96 with a broken hand...recorded three tackles in the Orange Bowl...1995- Started side-by- side every game with his brother, Christian...honorable mention accolades from the Big Eight coaches...1994- Pllayed seven games and recorded 8 tackles...1993- Redshirted...

High School

Attended Middletown South for his first three years...graduated from Milford academy...Prep All-American.....

Stats

1997-22 UT...38 AT...60 TT...15/61 TFL...7/40 sacks...4 PBU...1 int...1996- 17 UT...41 AT...58 TT...10/41 TFL...4/28 sacks...3 PBU...3 int...1995- 10 UT...20 AT...30 TT...5/13 TFL...1 PBU...1 int...1994- 2 UT...6 AT...8 TT...1/3 TFL...2 PBU...Totals: 51 UT...105 AT...60 TT...15/61 TFL...7/40 sacks...4 PBU...5 int.

Summary

He is a big, physical specimen that combines strength and power with deceiving quickness....He is a very capable run stuffer, and is very strong and explosive at the point of attack, and has excellent inside pass rush skills...He also has excellent quickness to the hole, and good ability to slip blocks for a big man...He is actually more productive in a one gap, penetrating type defense...He has an excellent motor and a quick first step that allows him to beat the OL....He has good range for an inside player, and will chase down backside plays...He could add some pass rush moves to his game, but he does not have any glaring overall weaknesses....People tend to underestimate his AA, because he is so physical and tough at the POA, but this is a very tough guy to beat in one-on-one situations.

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