NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: Noah Sewell, Oregon

NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: LB Noah Sewell, Oregon. Brother of Detroit player Penei Sewell. Was a 5-star recruit in the class of 2020. In his first season as the team's all-time tackle leader and was named the Pac-12's top rookie. Repeatedly claimed the Butkus award for best linebacker of the season and other individual awards.

NFL Draft 2023 Scouting Report: Noah Sewell, Oregon

Height: 190 cm

Weight: 113 kg

40 time: 4.64 second

Noah Sewell Stats

56 tackles (5.5 with loss of yards), 1.5 sacks, interception

Scouting Report: Strenghts

  • Agile
  • technical handedness
  • quick, can often beat tougher blockers with his quickness
  • very athletic
  • can play all linebacker positions
  • good in zone defense

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Scouting Report: Weaknesses

  • Sometimes he is too aggressive
  • giving his opponent more room to attack, though he is athletic and strong
  • not always good at tackling
  • not good at feeling the game

Scouting Report: Summary

For three years, LB Noah Sewell has been one of Oregon's defensive leaders. He's big, athletic, and has experience playing a variety of positions, though he's been out more often at center linebacker. Sewell's problems include technical lapses at tackle and not being the best at reading his opponent's actions in the takeout game. He can play personal against tight ends, but he looks better in zone defense or as a blitzer. His productivity declined markedly in his final year at Oregon, and he will be a third-round pick in the draft.

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