Randy Gregory is without a doubt one of the top prospects heading into the 2015 NFL Draft thanks to 19 total sacks during the last two seasons at Nebraska. An athletic freak, Gregory appears to have the versatility and physical ability to play multiple positions and make a huge impact in the pass rush and against the run at the highest level. Let’s take a closer look at his strengths and weaknesses to see just how big of an impact he could have:

Height: 6’5″

Weight: 235 lbs

College: Nebraska


  • Shows a tremendous ability to get off of blockers
  • Has violent hands and can get inside
  • Exceptional quickness off the snap and around the edge
  • Freak athlete for the position and can even drop back into coverage
  • Elite versatility will make him very appealing
  • Very disruptive standing or with his hand down
  • Plays with good leverage and pad level
  • Well rounded pass rushing moves make him hard to predict/block
  • Fantastic in pursuit
  • Just scratching the surface of his talent, has immense upside


  • He has room to grow, but he’s a bit lean still
  • Needs to get bigger/stronger
  • Main weakness is run support
  • He needs to more aware when dropping into coverage
  • Not a force setting the edge
  • Some minor off field and injury question marks
  • Admitted to failing drug test at combine

Draft Range: Top 5 Pick

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About The Author Keet Bailey

Keet is the Breaking Football NFL Draft project leader. A huge draft enthusiast, Keet has covered the NFL draft for over 15 years. An avid Cleveland Browns fan, Keet resides in Ohio.