2017 NFL Draft Analytics Profile: Elijah Lee

2017 NFL Draft Profiles  

Elijah Lee

Pursuit Linebacker

Team Kansas State
Age (On Draft Day) Unknown
Height 6-2
Weight 229
Arm Length Unknown
Hand Size Unknown
Age Percentile Unknown
MSA Rating Score 88.21
Production Percentile 87.91
Explosive Lower Body Strength Score 74.66
Speed Score 54.21
Flexibility Score 53.20
Bench 18

 

Prospect CHECKLIST

Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Age Percentile: 54 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl LBs Since the 1996 NFL Draft Class were in the 54 Percentile or Higher of age ranked from youngest to oldest  
Yes All-Pro and Pro Bowl MSA Rating Score: 84.22 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had an MSA Rating score of 84.22 or Higher  
Yes Starter MSA Rating Score: 50.10 or Higher 91.2% of Multiple 64 Start or more LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class had an MSA Rating score of 50.10 or higher  
No All-Pro Solo Tackle MS Production: 90 or Higher 100% of Multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class were in the 90 or Higher Percentile of Solo Tackle Market Share Production  
Yes Pro Bowl Solo Tackle MS Production: 77 or Higher 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class were in the 77 or Higher Percentile of Solo Tackle Market Share Production  
Yes All-Pro and Pro Bowl Height: 6-1 or Taller 100% of multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft Class were 6-1 or Taller  
Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Arm Length: 31’’ or Longer 100% of multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had 31’’ or longer Arm Length  
Unknown All-Pro and Pro Bowl Hand Size: 8 3/4’’ or Bigger 100% of Multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had 8 3/4’’ or Bigger  
No All-Pro Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 83.15 or higher 83% of multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had an explosive lower body strength score of 83.15 or higher  
Yes Pro Bowl Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 65 or higher 100% of multiple Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had an explosive lower body strength score of 65 or higher  
Yes Starter Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: 8.96 or higher 100% of 64 start or more LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had an explosive lower body strength score of 8.96 or higher  
No All-Pro Speed Score: 77.27 or higher 100% of multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had a speed score of 77.27 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Speed Score: 64.08 or higher 83% of multiple Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had a speed score of  
Yes Starter Speed Score: 6.45 or higher 100% of 64 start or more LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had a speed score of 6.45 or higher  
No All-Pro Flexibility Score: 77.27 or higher 100% of multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had a flexibility score of 77.27 or higher  
No Pro Bowl Flexibility Score: 61.21 or higher 100% of multiple Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had a flexibility score of 61.21 or higher  
Yes Starter Flexibility Score: 1.72 or higher 100% of 64 start or more LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had a flexibility score of 1.72 or higher  
No All-Pro Bench: 22 or more reps 100% of multiple All-Pro LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had 22 or more bench reps  
Yes Pro Bowl Bench:  17 or more reps 100% of multiple Pro Bowl LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had 17 or more bench reps  
Yes Starter Bench:  15 or more reps 100% of 64 start or more LBs since the 1996 NFL Draft class had 15 or more bench reps  

*MSA Rating: The average score of a prospect’s market share production, strength of schedule and age percentile scores

*Explosive Lower Body Strength Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s vertical, broad jump and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Speed Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s 40-yard dash and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

*Flexibility Score: A score formulated from a prospect’s short shuttle, 3-Cone and mass density measured against all his positional peers since 1998.

 

Metric Analysis: Elijah Lee has a solid long-term starter profile. Above average athleticism and production. He’s biggest issues are lacking elite or even near elite speed and flexibility for his size. His numbers would have been more impressive if he was 240 pounds, but he was 229. Thus I’d only value Lee as a backup to long-term starter only.

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