Kyle Crabbs has become a regular contributor to both BGS and the BGS Tailgate on ESPN 102.3 the Ticket when it comes to Mountaineers NFL draft status. We asked Kyle to give us a scouting report on WVU junior cornerback Daryl Worley.
Bio on Kyle: Kyle Crabbs, @NDTScouting, is a member of the Pro Football Writers Association (PFWA), the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and was recognized as a charter member of the Pro Football Draft Writers of America (PFDWA) in 2014. NDT Scouting content can be found at NDTScouting.com and www.DraftBreakdown.com. Kyle has been scouting the NFL Draft since 2010, before founding NDT Scouting in October of 2013. Kyle’s other notable ventures include credentialed media access to players and coaches at NCAA Power 5 games across the country (including stops in Morgantown for the Baylor and Texas contests), as well as the 2014 East/West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, FL. Kyle aslo has been a guest on Yahoo’s Sports X Radio show as well as the Ross Tucker Show on Sirius XM Radio.
Worley scouting report:
“First game I watched was the ’14 Alabama game. I noticed right away that the coaching staff allowed Worley, a true sophmore, to shadow (Oakland Raider’s 1st round pick) Amari Cooper all over the field. The ability to play on both sides of the defense is important, and impressive. He was physical a the line of scrimmage, though impatient at times – leading to lunging and losing balance. I have also been concerned at points throughout his career with what appears to be a lack of discipline in outside-contain assignments against the run. Worley cuts inside to avoid blockers, but does not finish the play. This is a weakness.”