Isn't the most natural of benders and has a tendency to get a bit doubled over in his drop. Looks smooth with his footwork and will keep his legs under him. However, allows his pad level to rise, possesses only average fluidity in the hips and tends to easily lose a step when asked to turn and run. Doesn't get back up to speed quickly because of his pad level and is forced to regain his balance in order to get back up to speed.
Will be forced to bail out of his drop when quickly asked to redirect and turn his entire back toward the play in order to try to regain his footing in coverage. Doesn't appear to have much of a second gear either. Lacks the ability to make up for a false step vertically in coverage and is easy to get behind.
Impression: Didn't make many plays vs. the better competition he faced all season, plays a bit high, doesn't run overly well and looks more like a free agent only to me."
Positive: Opportunistic defensive back at his best between the numbers. Quick flipping his hips in transition, takes proper angles to the action, and covers a good amount of area on the field. Fluid moving to the sidelines, fast up the field in run defense, and always puts himself in a position to make a play on the ball. Terrific hands and wraps up as a tackler.
Negative: Does not display great speed to the flanks and has just a marginal burst to the action. Consistently a half step behind receivers in coverage.
Analysis: LeGree has been a record-setting safety on the small school level and always makes plays when the ball is in his vicinity. He possesses just average size/speed numbers yet could be effective in a zone type system."
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