NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Report: Raymond Doh, DE, McDaniel College by: Matt Anzio
- Player: Raymond Doh
- Position: DE/ OLB
- School: McDaniel College
- Height: 6’3
- Weight: 235 Lbs
- Draft: 2019
- Projected round: UDFA
- Projected Forty: 4.72
- Hometown: Silver Spring Maryland
Stats & Highlights
2017: Played in 10 games last season
- Had 50 tackles, 5 sacks 5.0 TPG Avg, 14.5 TFL, 1 PBU, 1 BLK,
- 7 tackles, 2 sacks & 3.5 TFL vs Catholic
- 7 tackles & 1 TFL vs Franklin & Marshall
- 7 tackles, 1.5 sacks 2 TFL vs Gettysburg
- 9 tackles 2.5 TFL vs Juanita
- 7 tackles, 1 sack 2 TFL vs Dickinson
2016: 46 tackles, 5 sacks, 29 solo , 4.6 TPG Avg,
- Played in 10 games
- 7 tackles, 1 sack, 2 TFL, 1 FR 2 PBU vs Catholic
- 6 tackles, 1 sack, 1 TFL, FR vs Moravian
- 5 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 TFL & FF vs Juanita
- 4 tackles, 1 FR & 1 FF vs Susquehanna
Doh has spectacular ability to use his long arms, size, quick get off & tenacity will surprise many people.
Going into his senior year Ray has been a productive member of the McDaniel defense every year since he started. Has been moved around the line so far in his college career although i think he is a natural outside pass rusher and run stopper. Uses his great arm reach strength & hand placement to fly around big OT’s with ease.Arms like the Jaws of life or death if your the ball carrier. Uses said arms well, whether to get around OT’s in his tackling or knocking down passes. Great height at 6’3, very well proportioned with a big long frame lean, muscle fast hands with a outstanding first step.
Could see him adding 25- 30 pounds to play DE in a 43 at the next level but at 235- 240 he could play OLB in both a 43 or 34 team at a pro level. Looks like an edge rusher too me, if he gets up to about 260 could see him being a Von Miller type DE with similar traits & motor.
Because of his height & reach he tackles without using his head, which is ideal in today’s flag friendly Football world. Think he could get a bit high at times cold bend more use the leverage but that is something that can be taught easily, if he winds up playing LB as a pro. Also that works to his advantage in the NFL as teams always looking for a athletic tall LB to knock down passes kicks or hopefully QB’s. Has a fire burst off the line especially around the line using his quickness, strong long arms to get on the other side of the line rapidly or disrupt a QB or or dive tackle RB’s in the backfield.
2018 could draw some attention to this program who has a couple guys worth looking at including Doh who has proven to be a leader on the field by coming to work every Sat. Would Be really fun to see him do it on Sundays.
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