I took the liberty of looking through the UDFA signings and pulled some scouting on them (mainly from the Morning News but I had to do a little digging on several). We know one or two of these guys will find their way onto the roster... they usually do. I'll post them in groups of 4/5 to make it a little more digestable.
Joel Lanning | LB | Iowa State
Scouting report: "Lanning comes to balance on the move, lowering his pads and bursting through his target as a tackler. He looked inexperienced in coverage in his one season at linebacker, but trusted his instincts to guide him, staying away from mental mistakes. Lanning has a great backstory that illustrates his team-first mentality. With his determination and natural football IQ, he has a chance of making it as a special teamer, linebacker or fullback."
Jake Campos | OL | Iowa State
Scouting report: "Although he has below average length, Campos moves light on his feet mid-shuffle to protect vs. edge speed. He tends to let his pads rise off the snap and plays straight-legged, weakening his base strength at the point of attack. His punch is weak and plays with questionable aggressiveness, choosing to be more of a get-in- the-way blocker. Overall, Campos has adequate set-up quickness, but his play strength and technique let him down, lacking the dogged mentality to compensate."
Marchie Murdock | WR | Iowa State
Scouting report: "Quickly releases off the line of scrimmage, immediately gets to top speed and works his hands to separate from defenders. Comes back to the ball out of breaks and uses his frame to shield away defenders. Consistent hands catcher who makes receptions away from his frame. Tracks the pass in the air, plays with terrific awareness and works to pick up yardage after the catch. Lacks next-level size and speed. Has a very slim body of work"
Jordan Chunn | RB | Troy
Scouting report: "He is a well-built workhorse back who shows the body fluidity to transition his momentum off his plant foot to cut-and-go. Despite his size, Chunn tends to concede too easily as a runner with too many solo tacklers getting him on the ground. His 10 career fumbles stick out like a sore thumb. He missed playing time as a senior due to a laceration on his right leg, which required 18 stiches, and durability is a question mark. Overall, Chunn is a 'what you see is what you get' runner, but has a chance to find a third-down role."
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