The Inside the Pylon Film Room: Jalen Reeves-Maybin

Sometimes written scouting reports make it difficult to visualize what the evaluator is seeing or properly contextualize the point the evaluator is making. This is why Inside the Pylon has teamed up with Kyle Crabbs of NDT Scouting to provide visual scouting reports. Kyle and a guest take five plays and break them down together and we package it as video to help the viewer visualize exactly what the evaluators are seeing. 

In this episode of the ITP Film Room, Kyle teams up with Shane Alexander to discuss the University of Tennessee linebacker prospect Jalen Reeves-Maybin. Kyle and Shane watch plays from the Volunteers games against Oklahoma, Florida and Northwestern and highlight Reeves-Maybin’s traits, including his ability to play outside the hashes and in the box, plus his ability to burst into the backfield and get after the quarterback.

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One thought on “The Inside the Pylon Film Room: Jalen Reeves-Maybin

  1. Problem is he does not play to his help. On the first two plays he leaves the defense open for the play to bounce outside – does not keep contain and force the play to help. Better effort by the blockers and its a huge gain for the offense on both plays. While he displays solid burst with minimal false steps. He leaves a bunch to be desired from a team defensive perspective and knowing where his help is located.

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